Missing 411 by David Paulides

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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.
Also, if I recall well, Paulides reported on some cases where the person before disappearing calls their friends or family in panic or not making sense.
 

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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.
Just checked that lead...and: 🤔

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There are some brief details discussed in this article by El Día on Tom Marsh - translated to English. There are a few odd points (IMO):


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This Thursday morning, GOPE Coquimbo personnel found the lifeless body of British astronomer Thomas Marsh (61), who had been missing since Friday, September 16, two days after arriving in Chile in the middle of a work trip to the La Silla observatory, located at the northern limit of the Coquimbo Region.

The news was confirmed by Carabineros de Chile after 12:30 p.m., putting an end to 56 days of an extensive and arduous search, which has captured the attention of national and international public opinion, and which in its final stretch included the presence of the scientist's wife and two of his sons in the field, who arrived in the country a few days ago.

The discovery was made 5 kilometers away from the observatory, in the same grounds of La Silla, which is administered by the European observatory ESO, which collaborated with the tracking in the complex ground where the astronomical observation center is located. The point is within the "site of interest" delimited by the investigation of the Regional Prosecutor's Office of Coquimbo, based on the evidences found in the cloths during the eight weeks in which the works were extended.

It should be noted that, according to preliminary presumptions in the investigation, led by the regional prosecutor Adrián Vega, Tom Marsh would have left his hotel room at the observatory in the morning and, on his way to the telescope, he could have taken one of the trails on the side of La Silla hill, where he would have gotten lost.

From the point where his first belongings were found in the open air, the search progressed along paths of difficult access, finding other items that the astronomer dropped on his walk, such as clothes and a bottle of water, according to the background of the investigation. These objects were sent for laboratory analysis, where it was confirmed that they corresponded to the scientist.

At the last point where evidence was found, 3.5 kilometers from the observatory, specific areas and a possible route in the direction of Punta Colorada were established, and the area was combed to find new clues and the missing person.

In principle, Prosecutor Vega had extended the work until October 30, requesting new resources, including border personnel from the Army and specialized units from the Chilean Fire Department. However, due to the lack of results and with new resources requested by the prosecutor, a new extension of the search was announced, until the first half of November, in the hope of covering all the ground that remained to be covered and finding the whereabouts of the Warwick scholar.

RESCUE AND HYPOTHESIS

Once the news was confirmed, hours passed before the first information on the discovery could be obtained. El Día sources indicated, after 5:00 p.m., that the rescue work continued, since the body was in a place of difficult access, requiring elements such as ropes to remove it.

The work was arduous and late at night, the authorities held a press conference from the camp at the site, to give preliminary information after the external examinations, which must now be contrasted with expert reports and in-depth analyses, in order to determine what happened with certainty.

Although the cause of death and possible involvement of third parties will have to be ratified by the examinations of the Forensic Medical Service (SML), the main hypothesis of the Prosecutor's Office and the PDI is that Tom Marsh suffered an accident in the middle of his hike along the trails and hills of La Silla.

"It is a very steep area, in which in order to go down the hills you have to go through very rocky sectors and, effectively, anyone can twist their ankle and fall. That is one of the working hypotheses, which must be confirmed by forensic examinations," said Vega.

To explain the difficulty of the terrain and the possibility of an accident after a loss, El Día spoke with people involved in the search, who commented that it is not a straight line road, but that there are slopes and unevenness to be overcome. In addition, due to the extension and characteristics of the terrain, it is easy to lose one's bearings if one loses a reference point, such as the observatory. In fact, sources indicate that in the middle of the work, a team of high mountain rescuers walked for more than six hours one night and were unable to return to the camp.

This context, then, allows us to have a better reference of the point where Tom Marsh was found, 5 kilometers from the observatory. It should be recalled that evidence of his passage had been found between 1.5 and 3.5 kilometers and, as pointed out by the regional prosecutor yesterday at press point, "all the surroundings of La Silla had been tracked up to 5 and 8 kilometers around and that work was being redone, because due to the characteristics of the terrain, it was likely that he could have not been seen from some angle, because it was a rocky sector and you have to be at a precise angle to be able to observe."


INVESTIGATIONS: DATE AND CAUSE OF DEATH

The prosecutor Adrián Vega, highlighted the fact of "being able to give peace of mind to the family" with this finding, after months of uncertainty about the whereabouts of the Briton. "The investigation continues with all the rigorous examinations to define all the contours of the case," he said.

Although the prosecutor did not venture to estimate a date of death, which will have to be determined with certainty, as in every death, the analysis of experts allow us to have an estimated period, which in this case, according to sources of our media, would be 55 days. The search lasted 56 days, so Marsh's death would have been early after his disappearance.

To determine this and other important data, such as the cause of death, the prosecutor decided to send the body to the Forensic Medical Service of the Metropolitan Region, where it is expected to advance more quickly in the relevant examinations, in parallel to the investigation being carried out by the Homicide Squad of the PDI La Serena.

In the city of Santiago, Vega explained, it will be faster and more opportune to have access to all the possibilities of specialists, examinations and more specific laboratory analyses, which commonly delay the investigations in the regions.

"In any case, they were going to have to be carried out and we prefer to do it in situ, so that it will be more precise and the family will soon be able to carry out all the necessary procedures", he added.

FAMILY IN SILENCE

Thursday marked 12 days since Felicity Marsh, Thomas' wife, and two of their children arrived at the La Silla site to follow the details of the search first hand. Until then, they had been following the case in direct contact with the regional prosecutor, but from England.

Days before arriving, they published what has been their only statement, apart from the tweets that both Felicity and her daughter Tabitha had published to spread the news of the disappearance of the scientist. In the opportunity, they thanked for the show of support and gave heartfelt words to Marsh, waiting for news.

They had planned to travel back to Santiago in the early hours of Friday morning, when they received the news from the prosecutor Adrián Vega.

At the time of going to press, they had not made any new statements on their social networks and it is not known what steps they will take next.

Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)


In this article (again translated) it said: "Finally, the Prosecutor pointed out that Tom Marsh was found wearing trekking clothes and shoes."

El Día has not added anything else really - it may take awhile for the forensics.
 

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I recently read Paulides' second book, Tribal Bigfoot, which is the follow-up to the Hoopa Project (haven't read that one) both of which were investigations into the Bigfoot phenomena, in particular major hot spots in and around the area of the Hoopa Native Reserve and surrounding areas in Northern California. The famous Patterson-Gimlin footage is from the same area in Bluff Creek and Paulides travelled all along the area. It's a fascinating book that follows the same methodology and style of his later Missing 411 series, just the facts and information with a few theories, and he really gained the trust and acceptance of the people who live in these small and remote communities who have seen and experienced a lot more than what they are normally willing to talk about, let alone with their neighbours for fear of being labelled a quack. But because of Paulides professionalism and sincerity in investigating, people opened up to him about it and he brought along a professional sketch artist to that fills the book with accurate depictions of what they actually saw, up close and personal.
For those who wish to learn more about Bigfoot David Paulides has recently published his Bigfoot 101 class series. I just watched Class 1 and there are six more. Class 7 was only published a few days ago. I don't know whether there will be more classes.

In the following video he reads a few newspaper articles dating back to a few centuries ago!
 

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For those who wish to learn more about Bigfoot David Paulides has recently published his Bigfoot 101 class series. I just watched Class 1 and there are six more. Class 7 was only published a few days ago. I don't know whether there will be more classes.

In the following video he reads a few newspaper articles dating back to a few centuries ago!

Great, thanks for sharing! Will certainly listen to it soon. Also looking forward to see the new third documentary.
 

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For those who wish to learn more about Bigfoot David Paulides has recently published his Bigfoot 101 class series. I just watched Class 1 and there are six more. Class 7 was only published a few days ago. I don't know whether there will be more classes.

In the following video he reads a few newspaper articles dating back to a few centuries ago!

Great, thanks for sharing! Will certainly listen to it soon. Also looking forward to see the new third documentary.

Started to watch it. Absolutely fascinating! Opens a lot of questions.
 

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Just checked that lead...and: 🤔

View attachment 67544This page also includes a list of his publications .
His interest in binary star systems was what caught my eye when reading about his disappearance. Brought to mind that run of suspicious deaths a few years ago among young holistic physicians that had been researching a particular aspect of immune function, if memory serves.
 

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His interest in binary star systems was what caught my eye when reading about his disappearance. Brought to mind that run of suspicious deaths a few years ago among young holistic physicians that had been researching a particular aspect of immune function, if memory serves.
Did the count later go up to 200 holistic doctors that were killed (under highly strange circumstances) ? I remember well, how bizarre many cases were - making absolutely no sense.
 
Those who watched Missing 411 The Hunted probably remember Sierra Sounds that Ron Morehead recorded. I found an interesting analysis of those sounds. The guy's general conclusion is that there's an actual language heard on the recording and whatever made those sounds span 5 octaves in one sound while going beyond the scale audible to humans. That's... creepy to say the least.
 

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For those who wish to learn more about Bigfoot David Paulides has recently published his Bigfoot 101 class series. I just watched Class 1 and there are six more. Class 7 was only published a few days ago. I don't know whether there will be more classes.

In the following video he reads a few newspaper articles dating back to a few centuries ago!

Almost finished part 5 of this 101 series and I can say that is highly informative and very educational. Great stuff!
 

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Wow! Looks like Paulides has been working on a new documentary titled "Missing 411 - The UFO Connection", coming out on November 15th 2022.

Missing 411: The U.F.O. Connection


The best part of the latest Paulides production is the trailer! That is the highest production quality, the best produced part of the 1h33minutes "movie" thing. If you watch the trailer, you have experienced it! But that supremely amazing, mystical 'Keep you on the edge of your seat' "IT-quality" never materializes in the actual "movie documentary".

Not recommended to watch, I think, as its disappointing.. I could have watched a six part TV series, each of the same length 1h33min as the movie, as this. It feels unfinished. Incomplete. Not well directed. Not much point to it. Paulides admits they had a lot of problems with this show. People going in and out of the project, because of the Con-19 Scamdemic. He had to pick up the pieces many times and it feels just like that. Pile of glass shards swept together on the floor. :(

The only thing of note I liked is the female officer stating every UFO related investigation is taken to some secret location and data never heard again. Its like the human sheeple are managed, to say the least. There is the Disney-Land Reality© CAF we are forced to live in - and there is the Secret Society CIA Reality we are forever Barred From.

There is a part, where Paulides / or sb - makes a statement that "The human mind is not constructed to manage this situation" I think well describes "The Human Condition", which is not to discover great things & go to the stars [Hollywood ridiculous notion], but to remain at Cattle level managed as cattle.

On numerous occasions in these materials, documentary movies, books, channelings - we are confronted with the fact of other humanoid species being much more intelligent, being much more telepathic [so that they don't move their lips, when they talk to you] - much more advanced, more more clever, having much more material and science means at their disposal.. that I think we are the throw-away trash of the species line. DNA-blocked, stupid, low-intelligence, limited in every way - because there is a special purpose is allocated for us: Cattle. Cattle don't need to be intelligent, cattle don't need to go to the stars to discover anything, because They didn't intend us to fly - like barnyard chicken with cut wings.

There is a reason, why we are kept on this planet completely powerless, non-telepathic, low-IQ, unable to hold much in our tepid minds: very limited range of knowledge - mostly Useless Anti-Knowledge propaganda-Lies degrees from Universities that remain almost totally unusable. Very limited learning possibilities. Because it was meant so, I think! Even our learning abilities are severely cropped. No real chance to discover anything of real significance in these bodies. We definitely won't build major star-faring civilizations.

Just remember what the C's said. These bodies are a dead end. Caesar having said: "Humanity is Lost." I think, he said it, because these stupid, hopeless, lost Cattle-Human Species jumping Up & Down on the surface on this planet, running around like idiot Ignoramuses were never meant to achieve anything.

The Human Purpose

I think, we were only ever meant to have enough limited intelligence so we can get our

Base Feelings Excited in a Closed Planetary Farm Environment

wars - famine - local disputes - gang warfare - psycho killers on the loose - school shootings - terror attacks - Holodomors throughout history - Low-Tech Army Warfare With Sticks - extreme sufferings

so we can provide FOOD for the higher-advanced species - who are managing this chicken farm planet

I can't wait, until the time - it comes, what the C's said:

"The End."

At least in 4thD, we'll have some chance. Here on 3D Earth? Nope!
 
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Caught this headline and thought that it reminded me of some of the deaths in Paulides' book, Missing 411: A Sobering Coincidence. College-age male, clearly intelligent (PhD student), leaves party but ends up walking away from his home and then is found dead in the water. No explanation given nor is a cause of death known. These are all profile points from victims in Paulides' book.

Body of Northwestern PhD student Peter Salvino pulled from Chicago harbor
The body of a missing Northwestern University PhD student was pulled from a Chicago harbor Tuesday, two days after he was last seen leaving a party, officials said.

Chicago Police Department divers recovered the body of 25-year-old Peter Salvino from Diversey Harbor at around 6 p.m. Tuesday. The grim find was made in the 2400 block of North Cannon Drive, near where Salvino’s phone last pinged early Sunday morning.

The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office later confirmed his identity. No cause of death has been released as of Wednesday.

Cops said the graduate student was last seen alive leaving a party late Saturday in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. Police said he FaceTimed with a friend at 11:59 p.m. Saturday and said he was walking to his apartment and was about a half-mile away.

The friend called him again about 15 minutes later to confirm he arrived home, but Salvino said he was still walking.

Salvino’s cell phone pinged near Diversey Harbor at 12:31 a.m. Sunday and about six minutes later Salvino’s friend called him again to see if he had gotten back, but the call went unanswered.

Scotty Gruszka, Salvino’s brother-in-law, told ABC 7 Chicago that on the FaceTime call with the friend Salvino said he was cold.

Gruszka added that instead of heading toward his apartment, his brother-in-law was actually walking away from home.

Several friends texted Salvino between then and 9:30 a.m. but all messages went unanswered and calls to his phone went straight to voicemail, police said.

Salvino was a doctoral candidate in Northwestern’s interdepartmental neuroscience program.
Also worth noting that the Upper Great Lakes area has seen many disappearances which Paulides catalogued. This case is not within the "Great Lakes Triangle" but it's not far either.
 

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The best part of the latest Paulides production is the trailer! That is the highest production quality, the best produced part of the 1h33minutes "movie" thing. If you watch the trailer, you have experienced it! But that supremely amazing, mystical 'Keep you on the edge of your seat' "IT-quality" never materializes in the actual "movie documentary".
oh that's a shame, I think I will still watch it... bit it's a shame it seems like such a let down. The first two I found rather intriguing and overall well made, so I had, and still do, high hopes for it.
 

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oh that's a shame, I think I will still watch it... bit it's a shame it seems like such a let down. The first two I found rather intriguing and overall well made, so I had, and still do, high hopes for it.

Well, I watched it and found it great with a lot of stuff in it to think about. So I don’t share lilies bad impression of the movie.
 
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