Monday, November 25, 2013

Book Review: Missing 411: North America And Beyond

David Paulides

Very intriguing and comprehensive

This book, which describes cases of missing people not only here in the U.S. but worldwide, gives the reader a picture of unusual disappearances, some of children, some of adults, some even of infants who somehow go missing and are sometimes found alive but scratched up and sometimes missing clothing. Other times these individuals are found a time later dead, unfortunately, sometimes not found at all. The ones who are found wind up in places farther away from their residences or campsites, some found up the side of a mountain or hill where they should not be. One factor that seems to be common among these disappearances is inclement weather, rain or snow and sometimes sleet and freezing rain. Another factor is boulders, which seem to tie into these occurrences somehow, but there are people in I believe Alaska who live inside boulders and even use those boulders as their addresses. All in all, this book highlights some very unusual happenings worldwide and to me is recommended reading especially if the reader likes mystery and unusual happenings. I give this book a perfect 10 out of 10.

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