Missing 411 by David Paulides

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The new documentary gets released on the 11th November in the USA and can be bought on Vimeo on the 13th December.

Thanks, @Gwan. The trailer is very interesting. It has taken David a long time to reach this conclusion as a possibility that is more credible every day. I just keep looking to see more of the details of the "official" explanations. I think we have one of the most comprehensive views on this topic but I guess I may be a bit biased.
 

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The new documentary gets released on the 11th November in the USA and can be bought on Vimeo on the 13th December.

In this new YT session (Nov 6, 2022), David leads off with the UFO Connection DVD, availability Nov 15th, shipped Dec 15.

David introduces classes - links on the YT site, which includes Bigfoot 101.

There is a bit on his son and others who take their life - men especially who do not reach out (the mental health crises in the U.S. is discussed).

Multiple letters are introduced (David mentions a close family members who seems to be gaslighting him to others - how family relationships are broken).

This recent missing backpacker is very briefly mentioned - being alone "bad news," David's underlining statement (so a new case to watch for developments):


Comments on Elon Musk (Twitter).

And then David introduces the stories of:

(starting 37: min.)
Vernon Bitner, 18 most, Dec 1927, Newville, PA
John Coover, 8 yrs, Oct 1943
Steve Stokeley 19 yrs, Aug 1972, Mt Jefferson, OR

 

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David posted links to watch the first 2 movies for free.

2nd movie Missing 411 The Hunted.

1st movie Missing 411.

The links are from David's text description at his youtube page. Release date of 3rd movie now 12/12.

Originally the 3rd movie was listed with a 11/15 release date.
 

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Paulides comments on the disappearance of the British professor at La Silla observatory in Chile. I'd heard that his body was found about 3km away from the observatory, and the fact that he wasn't seen for almost two months is bizarre enough (it's a desolate semi-desertic area with nowhere to hide). The fact that he was found with some clothes removed is intriguing but there are apparently no public results from the autopsy.
Paulides' comments start at about the 37min mark here:
 

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Paulides comments on the disappearance of the British professor at La Silla observatory in Chile.

Yes, some missing pieces of his death that only on scene details and the autopsy would reveal.

Binary star research (expert) was interesting.

Thomas Marsh, R.I.P.


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When David Paulides claims that "no remote viewer can find a missing person" he is probably factually right.
That doesn't mean that RVers are generally inept, though.

It's just that their abilities seem to end at our realm's border. Once a person is taken and transferred there is no way finding them.
That's what sniffer dogs have to experience when they abruptly lose the scent...
 

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I think that remote vievers in some cases (not in all) can see where they are, but you can't find it, because it is not in our realm.
Maybe some things that they see are so strange, they can't translate it to anything because here is nothng like this in existence, so it is impossible to draw souch things or discribe it.
 

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When David Paulides claims that "no remote viewer can find a missing person" he is probably factually right.
That doesn't mean that RVers are generally inept, though.

It's just that their abilities seem to end at our realm's border. Once a person is taken and transferred there is no way finding them.
That's what sniffer dogs have to experience when they abruptly lose the scent...

Caught Davide's segment you posted, was the remote viewer part discussed there? Did not find it, however agree with you on the difficulties (bold) - reminded me of the remote viewers associated with Dyatlov Pass - there is a specific SOTT article on it, however this link is not it.

I think that remote vievers in some cases (not in all) can see where they are, but you can't find it, because it is not in our realm.
Maybe some things that they see are so strange, they can't translate it to anything because here is nothng like this in existence, so it is impossible to draw souch things or discribe it.

Yes, the Dyatlov Pass viewers could see things, however darkly strange as recalled.

As for David's discussion here (seems to be from April), much time was spent, at least a good 15 min., reading from Yahoo News on the Hunter Bidden laptop case which also mentioned the story of Patrick Ho. This is what he read from:


To end, he spoke of articles on Fentanyl, on Title 42, and Covid - southern boarder, vaccinations and immigrants not being tested for covid (from Montana he mentions the flow of Albertans into Kalispell (about 70 miles away) during covid who had to be tested.) He then brings up natural immunity and ends the show. No missing cases, per se.
 

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Watched, very good film.

The one case (well all were really), up in the Montana Sweetgrass 'Crazies,' was really strange, items and remains turning up even 2 years later. Spooky.

Concerning this case again, which is still early:

The Body Of A Missing British Astronomer, Thomas Marsh, Has Been Found In Chile Near A Space Telescope - Wonderful Engineering


Forgot to connect where his body was found, in some form of a rock or boulder field, which is one of David's Missing 411 data points.

Carabineros, Chile’s national police, reported finding the body shortly before noon Thursday among a pile of rocks near La Silla.
 

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Paulides comments on the disappearance of the British professor at La Silla observatory in Chile. I'd heard that his body was found about 3km away from the observatory, and the fact that he wasn't seen for almost two months is bizarre enough (it's a desolate semi-desertic area with nowhere to hide). The fact that he was found with some clothes removed is intriguing but there are apparently no public results from the autopsy.
Paulides' comments start at about the 37min mark here:

Watched that one last night, and immediately wondered if, given his specialty in binary start systems, he has stumbled on evidence of a twin sun and it being somewhere pretty close. I also connected that idea (just for fun) to his phd student reportedly (by Chilean media) telling police that Marsh had told the student something "super strange" and then "rebuked the student for insufficient commitment to the profession" just before his disappearance. Very cryptic.

Maybe a good question for the next session.
 
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mkrnhr

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There have been many rumors about the British professor that do not make sense. At some point the suspicion was that the student killed him, that he was kidnapped, that he voluntarily disappeared to live off the grid or assume a new identity, etc.. Now what's "the common wisdom" is that he just wondered and fell. Even if he lost his mind, wondered somewhere and got lost, fell, got attacked by some animals (there are wild donkeys there (called "astronomos" by the staff there because they hang out close to telescopes), wild horses, foxes of two types, pumas, condors, guanacos (related to llamas), and vizcachas (similar to rabbits)), the fact that he wasn't spotted within a few hours given the geography is astonishing. Either the carabineros and the military are very very very incompetent to a paranormal degree, or something of a high strangeness happend. After all, the region is known to be a little bizarre, and at times a little freaky.
 

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Yes that story made even less sense after the body was found, and I would second a question to the C's if possible.

The bizarre behavior that he supposedly displayed prior to walking away, actually reminded me of that Elisa Lam video where she behaved in truly bizarre ways before leaving the elevator for some reason. So I would think there's more to this story than it's being revealed.
 
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