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Missing 411: The Devil's in the Details

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This is the fourth book in the blockbuster “Missing 411” series that describes unusual incidents of people that have disappeared in National Parks and forests of the world. It is a significant step forward in the understanding of the missing phenomena that adds several new elements never before identified. This book describes additional victims, new locations and circumsta ...more
Paperback, 422 pages
Published 2014 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing
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Lea
May 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing


I will probably regret burning through this series so quickly -- hopefully David Paulides is hard at work on the next Missing 411 book.

This book contains a couple of more well-known disappearances, such as that of Keith Reinhard, who went missing in Colorado in 1988. Mr. Reinhard moved to Silver Plume, Colorado, after taking a sabbatical from his job as a sportswriter for the Chicago Daily Herald. He was primarily interested in working on a novel, as well as running a small antiques shop, but af
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Shelly
Nov 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is another book of unusual missing persons cases by David Paulides. The information is intriguing, but I do believe some of the cases can be explained by mundane abduction or murder. While I have enjoyed and am fascinated by all of the "Missing 411" books, I will say that typographical errors cause some of the entries to be difficult to understand and some time lines difficult to follow. I would be interested in reading a follow-up book that details some of the theories as to what/who is ca ...more
Katherine Addison
Oct 21, 2017 rated it it was ok
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So. Of course I'm fascinated by David Paulides' Missing 411 series (which I found through the documentary that came out this year). Fascinated and yet brutally skeptical.

Missing persons is a horrifying and baffling phenomenon, and while I appreciate the sheer quantity of data Paulides has collected in this and the 5 other Missing 411 books, I do not appreciate his sensationalist, faux-scientific, and disingenuously "neutral" approach to the material. Paulides is a former Bigfoot researc
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Camille
Sep 01, 2015 rated it it was ok
An interesting read - but it certainly doesn't provide any evidence of some strange phenomenon in our National Parks. Rather it is an author trying to twist the facts to support his preconceived ideas. I posted my review on my blog, so I won't recreate it here.

https://wineandhistory.wordpress.com/...
Quinn
Dec 09, 2015 rated it really liked it
Scarier than the average horror novel, IMO.
Art
Dec 23, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is the fourth book in the Missing 411 series. Paulides pulls together missing person cases from all around the globe. Most of these individuals disappear in rural areas, often near national parks. Some disappear and nothing is ever found. A few are located. However, most are unable to say what happened to them. Some are just too young to be able to articulate what happened, others have vague recollections. Many are found deceased, often missing clothing and footwear. An odd find considering ...more
Brenda Weaver
Apr 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
order from http://www.canammissing.com/

(also on Amazon, but price-gouging very bad there on these books)

A person is there one moment, but gone the next. Untrackable by any means we currently have. Later found dead, or sometimes in a groggy state, unable to reveal what happened to them. It's pretty hard to ignore what this nonfictional book has to say; having once been made aware of these true missing-person accounts by lawman-turned-investigative-journalist David Paulides, you want to see the w
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Susan
Jul 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
If you like this genre, it's a 5-star read. I found some of it scary. Earlier versions of Missing 411 (there are 4) have less detail and are less subtle about suggesting the paranormal, but this version has longer, more detailed stories and is not pointing as obviously to "alien abduction" and other absurd notions as explanations. Still, some of the stories are pretty spooky when you consider the vast unlikelihood that the victims could be in the place or condition they're actually found in, whe ...more
Deyth Banger
Jun 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: chance-deserve
"June 22, 2017 – Finished Reading
June 22, 2017 –
70.0% "The stories are going to shock you..."
June 22, 2017 –
50.0% "The movie speaks for itself"
June 22, 2017 –
50.0% "A lot of cases of disappearances have been reported..."
June 22, 2017 –
50.0% "The question is "How did it happen?"

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They gone and they were never found 1 year... then 2...3....4...5....6.... 7... and how did it happen that?"
June 22, 2017 –
50.0% "It's based on true events, stories and that's what's awesome for this whole novel."
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Cathryn
Nov 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: real, spooky
This is some scary truth here,a catalog of mysteries, walking in the woods is not the same since,highly recommended
Kimberly Briere
Jul 21, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Awesome Book, just like the others in the Series, Missing 411 (Eastern) (Western) United States! Always hike/climb and camp with others. Do not go in the Woods Alone!!
Taddow
Feb 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
David Paulides continues to bring us more cases of strange disappearances from the USA and around the world using the same presentation format that he used in his previous books. In addition to the individual entries, he includes a section at the end where he presents complied tables from all his books to date documenting details, such as distances the missing covered before they were found, whether a missing person was an "intellectual" and other strange coincidences of note.

If you enjoy Pauli
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Michael Delaware
Apr 02, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: missing-people
David Paulides is to be commended for the tedious research he has done with his Missing 411 books. In this new edition, he provides even more cases from North America and all over the world. This book will make you rethink your paradigm about people who disappear in the wilds. This book will make you grow eyes in the back of your head when you enter the woods, and be a thousand times more attentive about keeping track of the people in your group.

The author has opened a door to an issue that des
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Jeremy Maddux
Sep 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
READ THIS NOW!!! It offers crucial pieces to the puzzle of random disappearances. People disappear every year around the world and it is accepted as just mysterious disappearances. Something unnatural is going on. Just the facts here.
galacticctzn
Aug 01, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ufos
fascinating,,highly recomended. :)

http://wheredidtheroadgo.com/show-arc...
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Writer, researcher, and investigative journalist.

Paulides is mostly known for his writing on disappearances in national parks and Big Foot / Sasquatch.