Missing 411 by David Paulides

hlat

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Wrote up the details of this story for Sott. It doesn't match totally with 411 cases, but pretty strange nonetheless.

It captures a strange element of some of the Missing 411 cases where the victims suddenly run out of sight into areas they're not supposed to go, sometimes in view of witnesses. Have you emailed Paulides about this case?
 

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Read the article on SOTT, this is bizarre, the eye witness account of the young man riding naked on his bicycle, past her window and then no longer visible, struck me as strange, also, I don't know about anybody else, but it strikes me that a male riding naked on a bike, would be extremely painful, for any distance, it is though, he, to my mind was transported, through another dimensional window. And how on earth did he mange to lose his clothes and the back pack along the way.

To my mind a Paulides incident of note.

Tragic for the family, if this information has been disclosed to the family, how could they wrap their heads around this. A bright, young, intelligent, caring young man lost forever.
 

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Tragic for the family, if this information has been disclosed to the family, how could they wrap their heads around this. A bright, young, intelligent, caring young man lost forever.

Yeah, that's one of things that touched me most about the situation, Noah is 'in a better place', but his mother has spent the last year desperately trying to uncover 'what really happened' to her son, mostly in the form of criticizing the police investigation and trying to dig up things that they did not investigate properly. She has subtly and not-so-subtly implied that it was a sectarian attack on her son, but she herself struggles to find any evidence for that claim. She has garnered a lot of support from the community, with marches etc.

But the police keep coming back to the fact that, for them, this is not a criminal case, no one else was involved, and it is a matter for the coroner, which in itself may pose a problem in terms of disclosure because the coroner's investigation is supposed to explain how Noah was, in effect, the architect of his own death. That's not an easy task to do given the details of the case, and if there is in fact evidence that he wasn't the architect of his own death, but at the same time, 'no one else was involved'.
 

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eah, that's one of things that touched me most about the situation, Noah is 'in a better place', but his mother has spent the last year desperately trying to uncover 'what really happened' to her son,

In an other way it's a double tragedy, the mother, will be forever, lost in grief, searching for answers. How did my son die?. And nobody can give answers.
 

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In an other way it's a double tragedy, the mother, will be forever, lost in grief, searching for answers. How did my son die?. And nobody can give answers.

And think of all the family members of the missing 411 people. What do you do if the explanation for why your child or family member died doesn't make any sense but you don't have any other way to understand it? Terrible.
 

Ryan

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Wrote up the details of this story for Sott. It doesn't match totally with 411 cases, but pretty strange nonetheless.

Excellent article, Joe. Thanks for this. It seems that the critical question regarding this murder investigation is, "Who sent that Instagram message to Noah Donohoe?"

It seems like that was the "vector" that kicked all the subsequent high strangeness off.
 

Ryan

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I don't know about anybody else, but it strikes me that a male riding naked on a bike, would be extremely painful, for any distance
Well, I don't think so. It's possible to "tuck things out of the way". 😄 That's probably not particularly relevant for this case anyway - your comment about a "dimensional window" could be quite close to the mark, especially if it was one that was perhaps "artificially" created.
In an other way it's a double tragedy, the mother, will be forever, lost in grief, searching for answers.
At the very least, they can catch up and chat about it on 5th. Question is, how much awareness would Noah have had about what actually happened to him?
 

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What do you do if the explanation for why your child or family member died doesn't make any sense but you don't have any other way to understand it? Terrible.

Yes, terrible. How can any family suffering such a sudden loss even fathom high-strangeness notions within their minds, when the basic a, b, c, d's do not point to anything tangible that they can grasp - what do they do with it? As you said, they have no "other way to understand it?"

Although there may be missing pieces to the evidence that would change things in this case, it also reflects on matters such as Elisa Lam (or Dyatlov Pass.) However in our reality, a reality that sees many of our global population captured within a covid-Fairytale as if there is rock solid proof, with something like this, though, the police must soft pedal the evidence, the coroner will couch it in certain acceptable and limiting ways. An inquiry, if called, will have deflecting terms of reference, and the press will avoid the uncomfortable - to completely keep things on a 3d track.

The article you wrote, and thank you, captured the chronology - based on evidence that has been released to know. As for this case for the family, and as said above, I hope they can be presented with evidence that bridges the date stamps with something they can grasp and receive closure with. So many never receive closure at all, though - like Mr. & Mrs. Lam, because how can people ever understand what can't easily be understood as an alternative, it is just too horrifying to consider.

In terms of hypothetically thinking upon this case as a hyperdimensional crime, as it is very strange indeed based on what evidence was presented (just as so many case David has featured also show), it is as if there is this notion of zero time - the victim existing in two places simultaneously (however that can be conceived). If looking at events from our 3d reality perspective of the here and now when things were observed, it is as if slices of time - 5:53 p.m., 6:00 p.m. and 6:02 p.m. (observations) were capturing rapid changes of what was immediately happening to the victim elsewhere - just don't know how to really frame it in a hyperdimentional sense, and how could one really (although see below).

With many of David's cases, they generally do not have a series of tight time stamped direct observation, such as this case in a limited time frame; the victim is here and then not, and sometimes found much later, or far away, or not at all, and often under repeating environmental/geological conditions. Again, hypothetically speaking, if each missing/victim had tight observations made during their disappearances, would they be seen in a similar way; with a backpack, and then none. Fully clothed, and then no boots - other missing clothes, suddenly miles away, and so on and so forth? The outcomes are usually that the missing are never found, and sometimes a body turns up in odd and distant ways, or they are found alive a long way away without reason.

The C's put it this way (3 versions) - and there are other factors:

You are not normally removed as a physical third density being from one locator to another. What happens is very simple. The time frame is normally frozen, and we use the term "frozen" for lack of a better term. What this means is that your perception of time in your physical locator, third density body, ceases to pass during this period of time that is called "zero time" variously by members of your human race. What happens is that the soul imprint occupying or of that particular host body is removed forcibly, transported to another locator, and remolecularized as a separate physical entity body for purpose of examination, implantation, and other. Then, it is demolecularized - the soul imprint is used for the purpose of duplication process - it is then demolecularized and the soul imprint is replaced in the original body at the original locator. That is the process that takes place.

On occasion, the fourth density beings doing the abduction can actually make a mistake in the time referencing points of the third density illusion. This may create the effect of the appearance of an alternate or duplicate experience, when, in actuality there has only been one experience. This was what happened in your case. As you perceived the passage of two "ships" for lack of a better term, when in actuality, there was only one. That is because the time frame reference illusion was not completely matched from beginning of event to the end of the event in zero time. Normally, however, that is not a problem.

On rare occasions, the host, or the subject of the abduction can actually find themselves replaced in the time frame illusion in what could appear to be several hours, day, weeks, or even, sadly, years prior to the beginning of the event, which, of course, could cause side effects such as total insanity and other such things. Fortunately that did not occur in your case, but there was some fracturing of the time frame reference illusion. This is why you thought you saw two ships when in actuality you only saw one.
Added is:
Now, it is most important that you understand that this is not a physical, third density experience in its entirety. There is the soul imprint that all first density, second density, third density, and fourth density beings possess, as you already know; that is extracted. From that soul imprint a duplicate copy or cloning, if you will, which appears on fourth density, can then be made and studied and the soul imprint is then replaced into the original body at whatever density it was taken. This is normally how the process is done.

Most often, if the third density being is removed in total physicality, there is no return of that being to third density. They are permanently removed to fourth density. Most often that is what takes place although on rare occasions there can be return. However, there is no need for this as complete duplication for all purposes of examination, alteration of sensate, and implanting; need not be done on third density; can be done completely in the fourth density duplication process. Do you understand?
As Keel had discussed of these cosmic tricksters (criminals at our level), there seems little reality that people could ever entertain the slightest shift of thinking into other possibilities - into the idea of hyperdimensional realms.
 

Ageeva

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As this missing person in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming , Cian McLaughlin, was born in Dublin and has dual US/Ireland citizenship the story has been followed by the media here. It may be still early to put it into this category but after an intensive search and 38 days later it's beginning to look eerily familiar. "Officials say this case is unusual as it is rare for someone to be missing for so long."
 

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"Officials say this case is unusual as it is rare for someone to be missing for so long."
38 days is a long time. The article further states:

He said his nephew knew the trail he was hiking well as it was “his favourite”. He described him as a “talented musician”, “friendly spirit” and someone who worked to travel.

Concerns were first raised when he did not turn up to work on June 10. He was reported missing two days later.

The main breakthrough so far has been the discovery of his car near the Lupine Meadows trailhead. A witness who saw him on the trail said he was making his way toward Taggart Lake, and investigators narrowed their searches, but no new information has come to light.
 

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Children Who Almost Vanished & Their Stories | Part 1 | Missing Person Cases

Children Who Almost Vanished & Their Stories | Part 2 | Missing Person Cases
Premiered Jul 18, 2021
► Join Steve Stockton in this special episode of National Park Mysteries as Steve discusses the strange cases of children who almost vanished and their stories of survival!

Update:

Details:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Baltimore Field Office is seeking the public’s assistance with identifying a woman whose body was found at Catoctin Mountain Park in Thurmont, Maryland, on Saturday, June 12, 2021. Law Enforcement Agencies responded to the National Park Saturday afternoon after a portion of the woman’s body was discovered by hikers in the surrounding area of the Park.

The cause of death is still pending an autopsy. Based on the condition of the body, it is unclear how long it was there.

The woman had long, dark hair with braids. She was wearing a black track suit, wrist guard, and red Nike shoes. She was also found with a Puma handbag and a set of keys containing an El Salvador keychain.

The National Park Service is supporting the FBI during this investigation.

Submit a Tip:

If you have any information leading to the identification of Jane Doe or a disappearance of a missing person in the last six months, please call the FBI’s toll-free tip line at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You may also contact your local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or you can submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.
Field Office: Baltimore

Snip:
I had just spent three days hiking on and off the Appalachian Trail with my 12-year-old son, and I was pulled in. We live in an age of constant machine surveillance and tracking. Yet somehow Mostly Harmless had escaped the digital dragnet. He had traveled without a phone or an ID. He carried cash and couldn’t be tracked by credit card receipts. His fingerprints weren’t in any database and his image didn’t turn up any results when run through facial recognition software. The authorities in Collier County, Florida, where his body was found, were stumped, but they were certain he had died of natural causes. He must have been smart. He appeared to have been kind. He was handsome in a general, familiar kind of way. It was easy to map a gentle story onto his past.
 
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c.a.

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Admittedly this choice of this attempted hike, was at best challenging. Not for the novice.

July 19 2021
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK (CBS SF) – Rangers at Yosemite National Park are asking for the public’s help in the search for Fred Zalokar, an accomplished marathon runner who went missing on a hike over the weekend.

According to National Park Service officials, the 61-year-old Zalokar was hiking from Happy Isles in Yosemite Valley to the summit of Mount Clark on Saturday, using an off-trail route from Bunnell Point. Zalokar did not return back to Yosemite Valley as planned and his whereabouts are unknown.

Zalokar is described as standing 6′ tall, weighing 150 pounds, with gray hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a yellow shirt, khaki shorts, calf sleeves, a brown “Eastern Sierra” cap and sunglasses.

Fred Zalokar was last seen hiking in Yosemite National Park on July 17, 2021. (National Park Service)
Fred Zalokar was last seen hiking in Yosemite National Park on July 17, 2021. (National Park Service)

Officials said Zalokar was also carrying a Red Mammut bullet pack described as old and faded, along with a black LED headlamp. He may also be carrying a jacket, but the type and color are not known.

Zalokar was also carrying a family band two-way radio and may be using bank 1 / channel 1.

According to his personal website, Zalokar is an accomplished marathoner, climber and runner who has lived in the Reno area since 1984.


The search for Zalokar comes amid numerous lightning strikes in the Sierra and around Yosemite National Park Monday afternoon.

Anyone with information about Zalokar’s whereabouts is asked to contact park dispatch at 209-379-1992 or by emailing yose_desk_officer@nps.gov.

Officials particularly want to hear from anyone who may have hiked off trail between Merced Lake Trail and Illilouette Merced Pass Trail over the weekend or were in the area of Mount Clark or Mount Starr King.


 

c.a.

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Update.

A champion distance runner was found dead in Yosemite National Park after failing to return from a weekend hike, the National Park Service said. The body of Fred Zalokar, 61, of Reno, Nevada, was found and recovered on Tuesday near the summit of Mount Clark, a statement said.

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Fred Zalokar National Park Service

According to the park, Zalokar was day hiking on July 17, from Happy Isles to the summit of 11,522-foot Mount Clark using an off-trail route from Bunnell Point. He had planned to return to Yosemite Valley.

"This incident remains under investigation. No additional information is available. Our condolences to his family and friends," the park statement said.

Zalokar was an accomplished endurance athlete. After winning his age group at the Tokyo Marathon in 2017, Zalokar is believed to be the first runner ever to win his age group at all six World Marathon Majors races—Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago, and New York City, Runner's World reported.
 

Ursus Minor

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The Park Service did not immediately say how Mr. Zalokar, 61, had died, but a longtime friend, Sean Crom, said in an interview on Thursday that Mr. Zalokar had fallen. An autopsy is not scheduled until next week, according to a representative for the Mariposa County sheriff and coroner.

NY Times

I'm not quite sure how Zalokar's friend might have determined that if not by having had a look at his remains.
 
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