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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    People should be packing guns when they're out in wild country for lots of reasons and this is one of them.


    Kyle Burgess was on a run about 2 miles up Slate Canyon on Saturday evening and saw four small animals scampering around on the trail ahead, he didn’t realize what they were at first.Thinking they were bobcats (it wouldn’t be the first time he’d seen those), Burgess pulled out his phone and started recording.

    Seconds later, when their mother came into view, it dawned on him that he was in big trouble.They were mountain lion cubs. And their mother was going to protect them at all costs.The instant the full-grown mountain lion mother charged him, Burgess’s adrenaline fired up. He let out a stream of profanities while he backed away.

    The cougar dove into the trees along the side of the trail, as if to flank him.She reappeared on the trail. Her eyes locked on him, and she followed him as he retreated backward.What came next was the longest six minutes of Burgess’ life.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    David Paulides has some interesting cases he talks about in this video. The first one is about people camping, feeling sick and going out of sight of the people they're with. He has four more about people going missing in the same area in Arizona over a lot of years.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Steve Isdahl has a video up about a father and son who disappeared in the area where he lives. These stories always leave me wondering "what the hell"? "Where'd they go"?




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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    im noticing on dixie criptid, that alot of the juicy parts, like shooting the bastards is blocked. the vid just stops at a certain point,

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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Quote Originally Posted by JDRock View Post
    im noticing on dixie criptid, that alot of the juicy parts, like shooting the bastards is blocked. the vid just stops at a certain point,
    I haven't noticed anything like that when I'm listening to them. Lots of interruptions on David Paulides videos for advertisements though.
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    This is another David Paulides video about people disappearing on the same day in one county in Idaho many years apart. The stories of their disappearances are interesting but there's no good answers it seems to what happened to them.

    I've listened to a couple of stories of people who've had some strange things happen to them that hardly anyone will believe. It may explain though what's happening when people disappear never to be seen again. Those stories point out that the government is involved and they're covering it up because they are involved.




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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Quote Originally Posted by Tumbleweed View Post
    People should be packing guns when they're out in wild country for lots of reasons and this is one of them.






    Why did it take him over five minutes to figure out he had ready projectiles at his feet?? That's the very first thing I would have done, start hurling rocks.
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    Quote Originally Posted by midnight rambler View Post
    Why did it take him over five minutes to figure out he had ready projectiles at his feet?? That's the very first thing I would have done, start hurling rocks.
    I've been wondering that too but it was probably best to just keep backing away and making himself look large. If he'd stopped and bent over to pick up a rock that might have been enough to make that cat charge. If he'd thrown a rock and hit that cat it might have been enough to make it attack him too.

    I've played that game with cattle that get on the fight, they will some times threaten and follow you, bluff charge or full on attack you. Every time it's different. I pack a gun all the time because you never know what you'll run into and it's best to be armed so you can take care of business if you need to.
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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    This is a follow up video to David Paulides video above of the 4 missing people in Idaho. This time he talks about more people missing in the area in about a 35 mile radius. Some strange stuff.



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    Re: Vanishing in the wilderness

    I really want to camp in that cluster!

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