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Ive read a lot of his books. Like the one in south Georgia this young guy in his twenties is working on a road crew last in line but within sight of everybody. One moment he is there then the next he is gone. They search for him and find where he was beside a fence and it looked like some pocket change was right there on the ground almost like he was turned upside down. The fence was bordering a swampy area and they searched it didn't find anything except one of his boots months later way deep in the swamp away from the road. When he went missing it was Summer and everybody pretty much said there was no way anybody would go in that area because it was full of snakes and swampy as ****. 

 

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On 7/28/2018 at 9:23 PM, putnam6 said:

Ive read a lot of his books. Like the one in south Georgia this young guy in his twenties is working on a road crew last in line but within sight of everybody. One moment he is there then the next he is gone. They search for him and find where he was beside a fence and it looked like some pocket change was right there on the ground almost like he was turned upside down. The fence was bordering a swampy area and they searched it didn't find anything except one of his boots months later way deep in the swamp away from the road. When he went missing it was Summer and everybody pretty much said there was no way anybody would go in that area because it was full of snakes and swampy as ****. 

 

First off let me apologize for having abandoned the discussion I started for so long. Just didn't realize it still had life. As to your post, I think I saw a tv paranormal show which included this incident.

Very creepy because it's right here in Georgia, and also because this guy wasn't even in a national park, he was just somebody doing a job with a work crew on a random south Georgia back road. In other words, you go out by yourself, or even with a few other people, you could get snatched up by something and you won't be seen again ~ at least alive.

There was another missing person incident even closer to home. A young man I believe in is 20's went missing from the Kennesaw National Battlefield Park. They never found any trace of him. I think that happened just in the last 5 or years.

These disappearances are ongoing by the thousands and nobody in any official capacity either in the National Park Service or The Bureau of the Interior will say anything about it or admit it's happening. Considering the shear scale of the disappearances, the fact it's being ignored or swept under the rug is almost as creepy as the disappearances themselves

 

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Im gonna walk the entire Appalachian trail solo starting in march. Hopefully they don't add me to this list lol

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