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Few perennial mysteries intrigue us more than people who vanish. Throughout history, there have been countless examples of cases involving individuals who went missing under unusual circumstances, many of which were never found. But are there truly any cases that point to extraordinary phenomena that could have been related to people’s disappearances?
In this installment of The Micah Hanks Program, following a review of recent UFO-related news, we take a critical look at several modern disappearances and the purported high strangeness that is often associated with such incidents, along with what U.S. crime statistics say. Finally, we address the question of whether unidentified aerial phenomena has actually ever been linked to cases where individuals have vanished under odd circumstances.
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Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode:
- NEWS: Chilling ‘Oppenheimer’ Trailer Released, Promises Absolute Carnage
- Henry Kissinger on a potential artificial intelligence arms race
- UFO search: Retired Navy senior chief ‘not going to jail’ to report what he saw in Afghanistan | Fox News
- How science — and politics — are bringing an end to UFOlogy
- THE MISSING: This Baffling Disappearance In Wyoming Still Remains Unsolved 20 Years Later
- Wyoming family searches for son missing for three years
- Dennis Lloyd Martin: 50 Years Ago, This Boy Vanished in the GSMNP
- International Comission on Missing Persons: Who are The Missing? Missing Persons
- How Prevalent is Violence in Missing Persons Cases? | National Institute of Justice
- 2022 NCIC Missing Person and Unidentified Person Statistics — FBI
- Missing Persons | ASU Center for Problem-Oriented Policing
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