Hey TC! Welcome to the forum — I’m glad to see I’m not alone!
I can absolutely see your points relating to alternative dimensions. I’m not nearly as much of a skeptic, but even I’m having a hard time with the existence of other dimensions.
But while I think we can still be friends, I have to disagree with your about David Paulides and his work. I think David is on to something — whatever that something is.
For example, this just happened a few miles from where I live…
A woman from Plano, Texas was walking in a nature preserve on Friday (typical scenario for Missing 411). She was talking to a family member when her phone suddenly cut out (also a common scenario for Missing 411). Searchers searched the area of the nature reserve (200+ acres) and found nothing. The search was called off on Saturday when a body was found in Lake Ray Hubbard (water connection also common). Lake Ray Hubbard is 20 miles away from the nature preserve (curious distance between disappearance and discovery also common).
Is all of this explainable? Sure. But in these articles, the disappearance is described as “unexplainable” and that “there were no signs of foul play.”
Maybe they determine what happened . Maybe she was kidnapped, drugged, raped — or whatever. But this sort of thing happens a lot, with many of the same shared traits. And the worst part is that many of these cases go unsolved, or they’re pushed under the rug (as with our national parks, where they don’t keep records of missing persons).
But if you’ve been listening to podcasts regarding Missing 411 and David Paulides, you know all of this already.
I CAN’T WAIT until the Missing 411 film FINALLY comes out. I need the guys to pick it apart! And good news! Looks like that should be soon!