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Summary

We often see flyers of missing people - many of them are children who perhaps enjoyed too much of their escapade that they were separated from their parents. Others were probably adults suffering from a mental condition that rendered them incapable of returning home. Other missing people cases, however, are far more intriguing and creepy...

For example, would you imagine a group of passengers abandoning a ship even though it was still capable of operating? If pirates killed them, then why would they bother bringing the bodies? Another case was about three friends who went missing after talking to a man with blond hair. They boarded a boat, according to some witnesses, but what transpired in the boat is still a mystery...

Other cases such as a lost plane, a missing woman with bipolar disorder, and a police cover up of the disappearance of a teenage boy can also be found in this book. So...if you want to share creepy real-life tales with friends during a bonfire session, then get ready for some disturbingly weird stories....

©2016 Roger P. Mills (P)2016 Roger P. Mills

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  • Lexi MacGregor
  • 02-04-18

I've heard all of these before

Not very well written, a bit boring and monotone. my advice is to try another book that's been better researched unless you haven't heard of many missing persons cases before.

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  • happyjo
  • 18-12-17

Where did they go?

This book has short stories that get you to thinking about the different possibilities about missing persons cases. I especially liked that the author warned the reader about being too trusting of other people.

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  • Julie
  • 03-11-17

Spooky disappearances

This is quite a short audiobook divided into small sections on several missing persons cases that have never been solved. My 3 favorites were probably the missing lighthouse keepers, the Sodder kids who came up missing at Christmas , and the Springfield Three.

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  • Admiralu
  • 27-02-17

Lesser Known Eerie Disappearances

This was a great book about lesser known missing persons stories. This book has an audiobook version, so I would up listening to it. The stories were eerie and creepy with great research. A number of theories were presented on some since, in those cases, the very people you expected to help didn't. I won't spoil the surprises, but these tales will definitely linger. I do appreciate that the author has audiobook versions of his books, as they enhance the tales. A spooky short read that is enjoyable. Narration was good, not great.

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  • Kindle CustomerRvnwlf
  • 25-01-17

Interesting

Nothing outstandingly unusual here...mysterious disappearances of the ubiquitous kind...always happening and maybe always will...no new revelations here as to this aspect of our everyday reality.