Someone Knows the Truth
All of us are familiar with the fact that people go missing every day, all over the world. But it is a little more unusual when groups of people go missing.
I am not talking about soldiers who may be in an area where there is fighting, the cause of their disappearances is far to obvious, except for the case cited below. I am talking about people that just vanish without a trace.
History is full of empty cities where there once were people living and they either left or something else happened to them. Neither am I talking about groups of people that may have disappeared, because of a terrible storm or catastrophe, such as the tsunami that hit southeast Asia.
This is one thing for sure, anyone that would want to eliminate a person or persons would have had a perfect opportunity, because everyone would have thought that the tidal wave did it. No, I am talking about mysterious disappearances of groups of people where there is no sure explanation.
One of the groups that is missing, is the group of cliff dwellers that lived in the American west about 1100 years ago. No one knows what happened to them, they seem to have left without a trace. But I think talking about more recent mass disappearances is more appropriate.
A story in one of the more sensational papers states that there was a school on
Even if they left, I don't think that they would be taking any buildings with them though. Back to the story, one of the students had left for personal reasons and when she returned, she found nothing. The authorities asked her if she knew of anything strange that was going on in the school. She replied that all she knew was that the professors and students were working on a time machine…
There are some people that claim, that it is still possible for people to disappear, even in
There is a story in Provda, the Russian newspaper, that talks of a group of 150 people that disappeared in under one minute. The event took place in 1915. It states that a battalion of soldiers disappeared when others were watching. Documents that were unclassified in 1967 state that there were depositions from 20 witnesses that state that they just vanished in front of everyone.
It was said that a black hole touched down on the Earth and sucked them up. Could a black hole have done this? No it couldn't. If a black hole touched down on the earth it would have caused tremendous damage. Maybe a freak cyclone touched down. Anyway, none of the soldiers were ever found, this includes their bodies. None were ever noted as being prisoners of war either.
What happened to the residents of Hoer-Verde in
In 1974 a family went camping in the
In 1930, there was an Eskimo fishing village on
What they discovered unnerved them all. First of all, the huts were still stocked with food, but all their dogs had been buried in a snow drift and had starved to death. Here is the real scary part, all the graves of their ancestors had been emptied. Not only were the live Eskimos missing, but so were the dead ones. Then while the mounties watched, a strange light flickered over their heads in the sky. It zipped around then disappeared. None of these Eskimos have ever been found.
There are also all those mass disappearances from ships and boats. How many times has a ship or boat been found where the table is set with food and nothing is missing except the crew, or in the case of a boat, the occupants?
When a ship disappears, that is one thing and we usually attribute that to either bad weather or hitting something, but when just the crew disappear and the ship is found in perfect shape, with nothing missing, you have to wonder what the heck is going on.
In 2006 a millionaire's yacht was found empty, floating off the Italian coast. The table was set and as is usual in these cases, for some unknown reason, a meal was on the table and had been half eaten. Police tried to find out what happened to the crew. The most famous empty ship was the Mary Celeste. She was a 103 foot long brigantine that weighed in at 282 tons. The ship had a lot of bad luck. Her captain died on her maiden voyage and calamity followed her everywhere. In 1872 the ship was sighted by another ship. The captain noticed that the Mary Celeste was drifting. He ordered a boat and rowed over to her.
There wasn't a soul on the ship, yet her cargo was completely intact. There were over 1700 barrels of alcohol on the ship and this would have provided a tidy sum to pirates. Throughout the years, reports came in that said the bodies of the crew were found, but they were never confirmed.
Kemo D. (a.k.a. no.7)