We apologize for our lateness in reporting this, but we have received word of a Kickstarter fund that was launched last month to bring a film adaptation of some of the cases to theaters and homes in 2016. Titled Missing 411: The Movie, it is David's hope that this will force the government's hand on these cases so that families who've been suffering can have the closure they need. The campaign has already surpassed its goal, but there is still time to support the project with five more days left on the clock to reach a $150,000 stretch goal which will prove paramount to the film. Watch the trailer below, and we'll complete our discussion after viewing.
Some months ago we introduced you to a series of videos from investigator David Paulides, a retired police officer who now focuses his efforts on chronicling missing persons cases in National Parks (and beyond) via his organization, the Can-Am Missing Project. These are cases which are believed to have been deliberately swept under the rug by governmental agencies concerned with keeping the image of parks unblemished, and do not follow a normal pattern of evidence even by cold case standards. He authored four books on the subject called Missing 411, a series which has seen phenomenal success in independent sales (they are NOT officially available on Amazon), and the evidence these books compile is nothing short of staggering.
We encourage our readers to pray and intercede over the families of the missing, and that the culprit behind these various disappearances is exposed. Visit Missing-411.com for more information, or visit CanAmMissing.com to purchase David's books.
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