How rescuers found a boy who was missing in the woods for 55 hours
“We got about 65 meters in,” Grier told CNN this week, “we came upon him in a heavily vegetated area. The thorns were as big as my thumb. I don’t know how he got in there.”
His aunt told authorities that Casey claimed to have made a friend while he was lost in the woods: a bear.
Commentary & Analysis
L. A. Marzulli
I read David Paulides book Missing 411. Paulides book discusses the troubling accounts of people who have gone missing in our National Parks, many of whom are never found.
I went through the book slowly often putting it down and thinking about what I had read before moving on to another account of people who went missing and were never found.
Paulides has stated publically that he will no longer go into a park without an armed escort.
The story above has all the elements of what Paulides has documented in his book. The 3-year-old is found in a thicket days after he went missing.
The child should have succumbed to hypothermia due to the extreme cold.
The child tells of a “bear” that befriended him.
I would posit that the child was “taken” and this bear was actually a sasquatch or a Bigfoot. Paulides book is filled with accounts that match up with this latest story.
In my opinion, Bigfoot is a Nephilim, an interdimensional entity that can move between dimensions. This may account for the fact that no carcass has ever been found of a dead bigfoot.
Paulides book is a must read for any of you who might want to find out more about this ongoing phenomenon.
One last parting comment. The Superbowl halftime show was un-musical, jejune, and just plain stupid.
Who wants to watch some guy who-needs-no-introduction “rapping” about who knows what? Half of this guy’s so-called lyrics were bleeped out. This is heralded as art?
Then there’s Big Boi, who appeared in a fur coat. Seriously?
Finally Maroon 5 frontman, Levine tears off his shirt to reveal a tatted body, complete with a butterfly on his stomach. Monarch anyone? Levine appeared hollowed-eyed, robotic, and his performance—if you can call it that—would make me a believer in the FLAT earth it was so flat and boring. Mediocrity reigns supreme…