I did a video back in February about a little boy who mysteriously disappeared from Grandma’s house in North Carolina (which bordered a forested area.)
He survived 3 nights of sub-zero temperatures, freezing rain and heavy winds.
Search crews and volunteers combed the area until weather forced them to stop. Then a woman walking her dog hears a baby’s voice in the woods alongside her walk path. Alerts the police, they find the toddler in a brier patch that was only accessible wading through water.
Lost toddlers typically don’t go swimming by themselves in freezing cold water then hang out in brier patches. And if they did, you wouldn’t think they would survive.
What’s really weird is the little boy credited a bear for rescuing him and keeping him safe, warm and fed. And instantly the public and the press fell in love and never once questioned the idea of an “Angelic Bear,” who , instead of acting like a bear, saved this poor, little boy’s life.
Next … in Kentucky again, in a house bordering the woods (again,) a little blonde boy mysteriously just vanished from his home. And was found by a rescue crew three days later (again,) on a steep slope, barely clinging to brush.
The boy here was given credit for being a “Tough, Kentucky mountain boy” and saving his own life.
And now for a third time … in Kentucky (AGAIN,) a little autistic girl mysteriously disappeared from her home, which was near the woods (AGAIN.) And then miraculously, after two or three days (AGAIN,) just showed up.
There was no angelic bear to credit this time. But the family’s pit bull had also vanished and then turned back up when the little girl did. So credit was given to the dog for caring for the special needs toddler, for days.
Then, miraculously she walks up to a neighbors home. With no story of where she had been, why she left or how she survived.
First, of course we’re all thrilled the children survived. It’s amazing! But there’s a definite pattern here public officials aren’t discussing. What’s really going on here?
And do you see in similarities between the toddlers? They practically look like siblings.
So what we’ve got here is a situation where little blonde children, living next to the woods in an areas of the US relatively close to one another. Then mysteriously disappear for two or three days, miraculously surviving and defying the odds. Only after search crews fail to find them, amazingly they turn back up with stories, or situations too bizarre to be believed.
So the question is … what out there could possibly get into locked homes or watched yards and just vanish with a child, going totally unseen? Then after two or three days of caring for toddler, return it home. Or at least close enough to home that the child would surely be saved. And in fact was saved every time.
It’s important to point out that in two of the cases the child was found in areas that had already been searched.
What’s really scary is, I”m sure most of you know these three cases are nothing new. I”m talking of course about the “4-1-1” series of books dealing mysterious and even more bizarre cases of disappearances from people from all ages, disappearing from National or State parks or homes near wooded ares.
Some are found, just like these three. Turning back up in areas already combed by search crews. Where others are never seen or heard from every again. And no bones or remains are every found. As if the earth just opened up and swallowed them.
What’s even more bizarre is that often times rescued children in these stories tell of big, shaggy dogs or bears that saved them, cared for them and fed them berries or whatever was available.
Shaggy dogs and bears. And sometimes “gorillas” here in the US were involved. What do you think about that?
It’s important to note that anyone who’s ever survived any of these bizarre stories, strangely is never able to recall or recount exactly what happened. And are often times found in a very confused state, in shock almost. With coats, socks, shoes and various parts of clothing missing.
***Special thanks to Penny W here at ThinkerThunker.com for bringing the last of these amazing stories to my attention. If you have a video, photo or newsworthy story please post it in our “latest activity” forum.”
Interesting to note that in the 4-1-1 Missing book series, abductees are often either autistic, as the recently found little girl is. Or have some other abnormality. Something about these abnormalities makes the subject of the abduction more interesting. You could only speculate as to why. Maybe they sense the weakness and feel sympathy for the abductee? And perhaps want to study it and observe it some, out of curiosity. It’s bizarre to think about. But even more bizarre to know these abductions do happen. So If you live near a wooded area, and have a small one, or someone in the family with some affliction or abnormality, take precautions. And if you’re hiking in a wooded area, don’t go alone, and never be apart or take your eyes off of each other, if at all possible. Because a good many of these abductions happen in seconds ….