On December 1, 1949, a WWII veteran, named James E. Tetford, from Vermont, disappeared from a moving bus containing 14 other passengers. Tetford was on his way home to Bennington from a trip to St. Albans, Vermont. The bus driver and 14 witnesses testified that they had last seen him sleeping in his seat and that the bus did not make any stops, but when they reached their destination Mr. Tetford was gone. All of his belongings were still on the luggage rack and a bus timetable lay open on his empty seat.
Where this gets stranger:
Over 2100 children are reported missing every single day in the United States. That equates to a child reported missing every 41 seconds! Most are found but a percentage of them are never found. Where this takes an even darker turn: Within the ranks of those recovered is a grey area where children are found but […]
Alaska has a rate of missing persons almost twice the national average. More than 16,000 people have disappeared in Alaska since 1988. Many of the missing people disappear without any evidence, and with no bodies (alive or dead) found. We are literally talking about people disappearing without a trace. Alaska holds the record for the highest […]
In 2007, Michael Dick was a concerned father traveling the UK with his family to track down his daughter, 31-year-old Lisa. He lost contact with her over ten years earlier. The Suffolk Free Press agreed to help him by putting word of his search in their newspaper. The Press took a photo of him and […]
So while reviewing news clips for missing children, one man noticed something very strange with disaster victims in shelters from the recent storms. There are a number of other strange events with missing children towards the end of the video. I normally would enter the information into the post but this has to be seen […]