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Beyond Belief: Missing 411: Part 2 with David Paulides (October 2015)

Season 4, Episode 52
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David Paulides reveals evidence of high-level cover-up operations surrounding mysterious disappearances of people in national parks. From Green Berets to CIA and FBI, it seems that government-based organizations have taken an unusual interest in these vanishings. In each case he describes, the evidence offers no explicable reason why the person went missing. This interview with George Noory was originally webcast October 21, 2015.

Dave Paulides spent over twenty years in law enforcement and senior executive positions in the technology sector. He holds two degrees from the University of San Francisco and is the author of the Missing 411 books. This book series has been vetted by some of the best Search and Rescue professionals, investigative journalists, radio and television hosts and print journalists from North America.

George Noory
David Paulides


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philmcnamara40, posted on January 17, 2016

what if what took him or is taking them are some of the inner earth beings we are learning about?

zacropia22, posted on January 5, 2016

I believe David and Corey's Cosmic Disclosure has some interesting (although terrifying) information concerning missing people and inner earth that should be investigated....
Inner Earth (January 2016)Cosmic Disclosure
Season 3, Episode 1
, 35 minutes
The vast reaches of unexplored space hold many wonders waiting to be discovered. Yet right below our feet, several advanced civilizations have built vast empires stretching out through immense subterranean expanses. Some are ...


lynn19, posted on November 20, 2015

I returned after listening several days ago to post from a magazine I have in the mail just today about search and rescue dogs in the Adirondack Mountains. In the piece was the story of two of these disappearances over 40 yrs. ago with the source listed as the New York State Missing Persons bureau. In July, 1971, Douglas Legg, just 8 yrs. old but fit enough to have climbed Mt. Marcy (the highest of New York's peaks), disappeared from a trail within sight of his family's estate on the Santonini Preserve at the edge of the 6 million acres of the Adirondack State Park. No trace was ever found even though 600 volunteers searched for 6 weeks using helicopters, S&R 'air-scenting dogs' and even psychics. In April, 1976, 19 yr. old Steven Thomas, 6' tall, 190 lbs, left his backpack with his 5 other hiking partners & continued on with the 2 mile hike up Mt. Marcy at about 3:30 p.m. to never be seen again. Not only the terrain was tough, but the black flies were horrendous for the first weeks of the search. 3 months later 5 dogs were called in, but not a single trace could be found by them. One searcher said the terrain & vegetation there makes it a miracle anyone is ever found once they go off the trail. Steven's brother kept searching every summer and may be continuing to this day. I wonder just how many other incidents like this exist in these millions of acres? I've lived here myself for 40 years in blissful ignorance. Both of these disappearances seem to meet the criteria for an abduction scenario.

Shyann1, posted on October 26, 2015

I wonder if these people will walk out from a giant ufo years later,...
Just like the movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind. hhmm

Ingamanagement, posted on October 22, 2015

I think that the National Parks can put up some very high def lifestream cameras around the park especially focusing on areas where there have been disappearances. The cameras can also be a great tool for people who want to see weather conditions in the park and would also be of great live view entertainment value.

Freespirit77, posted on October 21, 2015

A very interesting topic George, but I must say that I'm surprised and somewhat frustrated that you are beating around the bush here (pun intended) in terms of the most likely - if not the only possible - causes of those disappearances. You are on GAIAM TV after all, which is much more open minded than perhaps Coast to keep focusing on all the logical explanations which of course don't hold water here, instead of saying what it is: The ONLY possible explanations in THOSE quoted cases are (1) alien obduction and (2) inter-dimensional portals that suddelnly opened on those people and sucked them in. These two scenarios have LONG been known as absolutely happening all over the world, so there is nothing "new" here. I would find this interview much more interesting if you openly discussed with David those phenomena and his research in this field, rather then doing everything to avoid even mentioning them, beating around the bush.

threebirdsdream, posted on October 24, 2015

I agree completely.

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on October 22, 2015

You can find the first part of this interview here:


michaelamariejoan, posted on October 21, 2015

they actually discussed those possibilities in the first interview

vartna, posted on October 21, 2015

George: I've spent a large portion of my life since 1948 wandering through the forests of Nova Scotia; trekking the Sierra Mountains; the Rocky Mountains, maintaining part of the Green Mountain trail; and working as a bush pilot in the Yukon....which is to say I've spent a lot of time in the real wilderness of North America. During my younger years -- 1945 through my 50th year in 1986 -- I've never found any reason to be fearful about walking alone ( I usually travel alone) in the wilderness. Since the late 80's, however, things have started happening that previously were scattered instances not well-known because the internet had not yet changed the size of the world to its present state.

For the past four or five years, however, I have spent many hours of each day digging down into the "road less traveled" of the adamant truth seeker. As a result, it would immediately pop into my mind that many of the child disappearances from the Park System are due to interferences on the part of the Sasquatch people whose presence is quite well documented, though not well photographed. In reading Jack Lapseritis' book on his experiences with the Sasquatch ("Psychic Sasquatch") and another first person book I can't recall off-hand, one quickly realizes why they are not accepted as being real. Quite naturally, they don't want to be recognized. In David recounting the case of a missing child when at the same time screams were heard in the wilderness, one would immediately recognize the characteristic, blood-curdling scream of the Sasquatch warning human to keep their distance. As to why they would kidnap a human child, I would have to know a lot more of the Sasquatch agenda before coming to a conclusion. Keep in mind that they can make themselves invisible in an instant, and can change dimensions equally as rapidly -- probably faster than a child could realize what was happening and muster up the courage to yell for help.

As for the presence of the military and/or the FBI; it shouldn't be too much of a leap to realize that government intelligence agencies want to know if there's anything "out of this world" going on for more than a few reasons -- one having to do with the 35 levels of top secret above the President's which cover the Secret Space programs and all kinds of other gov't secret agendas. Quite naturally, secret means silence -- sometimes at the peril of your life, if not just your job.

All of which brings me to what I would call David's biggest failing so far. Not once did I ever hear you or David mention the words Remote Viewing! Now really, how much real study have you two guys done into what's going on behind the scenes, above the scenes....and below the standard sheeple line? Remote Viewing has undergone millions of dollars of research in taxpayer dollars for the past 30 years at least. It is well documented as being equally as effective as a good psychic, but even more consistently accurate or the military wouldn't have their own highly secret programs in regular daily use in today's convoluted world where so many soldiers' lives are at stake.

If I were in David's shoes, I would have acquainted myself with the best of the best ex-military remote viewers and asked several to participate in remote viewing those cases which prove to be the most puzzling. They could be asked to remote view for free for family humanitarian purposes, or funds could be raised from private families for their specific case.

I had written an email to David the other day suggesting two of the best who could be used as references to find out who the top notch remote viewers are. I can't imagine making a documentary film about missing persons without having one or two remote viewing sessions on each case documented.

Who is missing something here? Is it me? Hasn't anybody spent some time with Courtney Brown and his Farsight Institute? I certainly will not buy any book by David Paulides -- despite his heartfelt concern -- until he has quite an abundant and detailed collection of remote viewer consensus.

Kit Cain

bringdownthethunder, posted on October 23, 2015

I thought of this almost immediately as I am certain you did too. One of the most amazing interviews I have ever seen is with George and a man called Major Ed Dames. He claims that his remote viewing is 100% accurate and for good reason. You don't show up to work as a surgeon with a slim chance of success when peoples lives are at stake. Same thing for these advanced remote viewers. And if I recall correctly, Ed claims that he now uses his remote viewing potential TO discover missing children. (of which most he claims are dead) I am very confused also why they do not go down this avenue.

sherry.miller4, posted on October 21, 2015

There is so much more information that should have been shared , Time line was way to short . Need a longer show on this subject

jasonjduke, posted on October 21, 2015

I laugh when I watch horrors movies, but I don't laugh when I watch David and George. The only conclusions I can come to is that it is a dimensional out-of-phase phenomenon triggered by the properties of water. Jenny Randall's "Time Storms" gives strong evidence of survivors concerning very similar incidents, except they lived, but it doesn't help too much since an out-of-phase dimensional phenomenon could just about be anything under the sun - of which there is nothing new. Maybe to us watching...

But not to those who know, such as those who commit suicide or those who make random phone calls or those who wear green berets. I am sure David knows, but how much of a schizo wack job would he look like if he matter-the-factly said, "Oh, well, its easy George, we are dealing with a multi-faceted inter-dimensional phenomena that includes out-of-phase times and spaces where other entities of various different forms of consciousness live and occasionally cross over into our reality. The only catch George, is that modern science is unable to adequately prove traditional native folklore, or maybe I should say that modern science is unable to adequately announce the science behind how such phenomena may occur - as modern science may indeed already know. So, honestly, until our collective and publically understood science catches up to the empirical folklore of thousands of years I'll just end up looking like one of them crazy new-agers talking about things we can't see and hear and feel, except by our intuitions and gut-feelings. So in the end George, this is going to take an awakening in public consciousness to things that are out-of-the box, the school box, the employment box, the sand box of life we unconsciously life day by day. Well, I guess its not that easy..."

dragonwchimes, posted on October 21, 2015

Thank-you George for this amazing second interview with Dave Paulides. Please bring him back soon! I was taken aback when I went on Amazon and saw how much his book goes for, $230 CAN !! Too bad, because I wanted to get maybe a kindle copy, but he doesn't sell it in that version. I know that Amazon will hike the price of controversial books up which is sad.....the truth has to get out.

jasonjduke, posted on October 21, 2015

They don't sell their books on amazon, those are sellers who buy and sell them and raise the price in the process.
There is a sucker born every minute, luckily you didn't sucker for the scam, but you did think that amazon should carry everything and anything...

JMSMITH1, posted on October 21, 2015

You can get his books new for $25 from his website.

threebirdsdream, posted on October 21, 2015

I would love for David Paulides to have a conversation with Disclosure insider Corey Goode. Though Mr. Paulides never directly states that ETs could be responsible for some of the National Park disappearances it is CERTAINLY implied. If our government has lied to us for decades about contact with alien lifeforms then it would be no stretch of the imagination to think these disappearances have been covered up as well. Especially in light of the last story he and George discussed on this program. I mean Green Berets??? You don't call those dudes in on a whim...and WHO called them in? Very interesting show. Thank you for the warnings!

SuzannaB@Gaia, posted on October 21, 2015

Thanks for your comments on this interview! Don't miss Part 1 of George Noory's conversation with David Paulides here:


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