Missing 411 has been a topic that regularly comes up on the OBDM podcast. When the initial idea of people vanishing, sometimes within yards of the family member is first brought up, one struggles to make sense of the situation. Over the years the Missing 411 subject has gained much more attention but only more questions are provoked, with few answers gained. UFOs, Bigfoot, inter-dimensional portal, feral humans and a gang of serials killers are but a few of the proposed answers to the mastery of people who go missing.
In this segment I go over the most recent movie “Missing 411 - The Hunted” and play some clips that I found interesting. I have my own theories about what is going on with these cases that will be explored in a future audio segment. I think while listening to this clip it’s important to keep the Missing 411 profile points in mind. The profile points below turn a normal missing person case into a Missing 411 case.
Missing 411 Profile Points
Canines Can't Find Scent - 99% of the time they can't find the scent or aren't interested
Weather - Tends to impact search & recuse efforts
Victims found in Area Previously Search - Fog, Blizzard just seem to appear when the search begins
Missing Clothes or Shoes - often times victims are found without shoes or pieces of clothing
Time of Disappearance - Late afternoon or early evening
Disability or Illness
Missing are Often Found Near Creeks, Rivers, Ponds, Lakes and Steams
Boulders and Granite are in the area
Swamp and Bogs
Point of Separation (not a normal profile point) - Single or lone hikers are more aware of their surroundings than groups of hikers
Equipment Malfunctions - Compass, GPS
For additional information please check out David Paulides’ site: MissingCanAm.com
Video Segment Link: https://youtu.be/lSdb_fOsi7U