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Also, while I know 9 miles is a bit beyond reason, I don't see why 3. I know it's not 3. When I was a kid I went hiking with my parents.
This was on the Oregon coast, and it was a proper hiking trail, so you'd think everything would be fine. I ran ahead because the trail was marked and I was too old to be stuck walking with my parents.
Then I got to what looked like the end of the trail, and I was so confused because I figured we'd eventually end up back where we started.
Suddenly there was this big empty field, so I started wandering around looking for the trail. I was lost for hours.
I finally found a trail marker with a note on it that was from my dad, and it said to stay put.
I did, and my dad found me when it was just starting to get dark. The wilderness is called the wilderness for a reason. It's just so easy for things to turn badly very quickly.
Glad your dad had the presence of mind to leave a note -- I bet many parents would not. Do you ever go into the "great outdoors" as an adult?
I suspect something like that would scar me for life. I love camping and hiking still; in fact, I'm going camping in a couple of weeks. I have many wonderful memories of spending time in the outdoors when I was a kid that overshadow that experience of being lost.
The memory is still very vivid to me, but I see it as a learning experience, and it certainly made me realize that the outdoors is not just a big, fun playground.
If my dad hadn't left that note, who knows what would have happened? I probably wouldn't have had the presence of mind to sit and wait for him.
I was pretty dumb. Also got lost as a kid in the woods when I was about 9. Me and my friend kept seeing "cool trees" and "cool rocks" just a few yards away, went exploring those things, thought we knew the way back because it wasn't far, but nothing ever looked the same when you turned around.
We walked until dusk, covering at least 4 miles, and ended up getting lucky and finding a road that led to someone's house, and the people in the house were kind and drove us home instead of killing us.
Like you, I'm not afraid of the woods, but I have to give the wilderness its due respect in some form of fear mixed with pessimism when I hear these types of stories.
I really don't think I would take a child who is younger than maybe 9, but old enough to walk by himself or herself, out into the forest, quite honestly.
I'm saying that as a fan of the outdoors who thinks that mature enough kids should be going out there more. I believe there's an age younger than which the benefits they could gain from such a trip don't really outweigh the risks of something happening.
But, that's just me. I'm curious about the story of the disheveled or unkempt man seen lurking after the witness thought he heard screaming.
If this was 9 miles away from the site of the disappearance I could understand authorities deciding it wasn't connected; but it seems to me the possibility that it might have been some other, unrelated assault seems valid enough to me to be worth a look.
But then, no other disappearances or assaults were reported, so One thing that threw me a bit about the summary - the "illegal ginseng hunter".
Ginseng is a root, is it not? Why would somebody be hunting it Attorney Tompkins. From this article. The dude describes himself as a 'ginseng hunter' because the trees are relatively rare and you have to know what they look like to find them, i.
Herb, plant and mushroom hunters are not at all in the same category as moonshiners. They're not freaky dudes like the people who run meth labs.
They're usually gentle hippie types or elderly people who like to explore nature and make a side profit on it. I'd say it's as rife with dangerous characters as an illegal bingo and dice club.
There's maybe was by now a whole reality TV series here in the US about the guys that do this, and of the one episode I saw, some of them were the fringe dwellers, the unsavory type who always seem to sully activities that would normally not be considered unsavory, like hunting roots or mushrooms, because they are desperate and always looking for any way to make some money.
While I agree that it's extremely unlikely, I wouldn't rule it out completely. I don't believe the timeline either.
I can believe that the parents started searching within 5 minutes of realizing he was gone, but I suspect he'd separated from the older kids much earlier than they said.
It could have been an attempt to keep themselves out of trouble, but kids are also just really awful at telling time. One thing I've learned in years of SAR is that lots of people swear they were just separated for a few minutes or that they just turned around and the subject was gone, but when there are unrelated witnesses around it often becomes obvious that they were actually separate for much longer.
I don't even think most of them are consciously lying. Our brains are just really good at playing tricks on us like that. Yeah, I'd doubt it's anything conscious.
When you're in the thick of it, it probably really does feel like you just turned your back for 2 minutes and they were gone. Law enforcement believes that Dennis wandered off and eventually passed in the woods.
That decision may have cost the Martin family a chance to finally lay their son to rest. You must be logged in to post a comment.
Skip to content. And play they did. His father ran down the trail for nearly two miles, until he was sure he could not have gotten any farther.
After several hours, they sought help from National Park Service rangers. The area where Martin disappeared is marked by steep slopes and ravines.
Wild animals such as copperhead snakes , bears , feral hogs , and bobcats inhabit the area. A downpour broke out shortly after Martin's disappearance, dropping 3 inches 7.
Search efforts, including a separate search by the National Guard and Special Forces   found no trace. Heavy rains during the first day's search hampered efforts,  and heavy mist the next day.
The tracks indicated that one foot was barefoot, while the other was in an Oxford the type of shoe Martin was wearing or a tennis shoe.
Retired park ranger and author Dwight McCarter believes that the prints likely belonged to Martin, as the tracks were not part of a group and none of the Boy Scouts were searching while barefoot.
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General Articles A selection of our articles on relevant topics. DP built up a lot of his basic story around Dennis Martin, so if it's untrue it would be a pretty big blow to literally every single book and interview he's done.
It is. He knew that the NPS didn't have an accurate database of missing people in the 's. He knew that there were and still are people living in the parks who have issues.
Not much but they were and still are there. Ah, I understand now. Your source all along was the author of a book that will be competing for sales with Dave Paulides.
It is good to hear that Mr. Bouchard is willing to back up HIS claims. Is he giving you a little kickback for stirring the pot? You say D.
Kind of talking out of both sides of your mouth aren't you. Show me the proof that I'm getting a kickback buddy? Sounds to me that you like to open your mouth without thinking what you're going to say first.
Do yourself a big favor pal Good try trying to twist the facts in Dave's favor. If ever something happens to you Now that you opened your mouth He's on Linkedin.
Ask him. I'll be here for you to post his reply. You are hilarious! You are doing the "prove me wrong" thing again and losing your mind.
And all I had to post was a couple sentences. At least you were able to start this post with a little bit of decency. Looks like you are about to go off the rails again :.
Talk about kickback. Well Scully Why didn't he raise the money for the list on missing persons that NPS has and which they offered for him?
Your English is awful, dude. It is painful to try and wade through your posts. Where did you get that info? From another customer review On Amazon?
And I see you've resorted to the insults again. Well played! Don't you know? Ask your good friend Dave Paulides.
Being that you follow him so much,,,you should know Many times. Your English is awful, dude". The people from India are more smarter than you Ask Trump Where in the English vocabulary is there a word "Dude".
Isn't that where brothers and sister have intercourse with each other and produce people like you? You just said "more smarter"!
I literally can't keep exchanging with you. You can't seem to put an intelligent, well thought out response to anything posted. They are all copy and paste with insults mixed in.
You and animalattacks1 both post like you don't know the English language. I think you two are the same person. The word "dude" is English slang.
It should mean "dipshit" in your case, but it actually just means "man, guy, etc. Dipshit is more slang, you can look that up too : And that incest crack got you reported.
Nice job. Here's another one, Do you think that DP knows what's going on? He knows what's really going on in regards to missing people.
If everyone takes a minute, look how he's suddenly changed from the National Parks Service to now just public areas. Notice how he's going off the NPS circuit?
On Coast to Coast radio, I don't know how mant times he's told everyone about the story why they denied him the FOIA on obtaining all of the lists of missing people in the parks.
Oh, he'll also ruin the credibility of the Park Service. He also tells people he received a phone call from the NPS telling him he can't have the list.
I'm wondering if it was a lawyer for Uncle Sam telling him to cut the shit with his fake stories and made up events OR If I was in his shoes Well for example you said he lied about interviewing the father by saying he never met everyone else but the father and that the father never tild his wife.
That dosent really disprove he interviewed the father. When Michael Bouchard went to see Dennis Martin's wife, his one living son the second youngest was killed in a vehicle a couple of years ago and his daughter never met David Paulides.
Martin, he would have been invited into the home. Paulides claims that Dennis Martin Sr, stayed on the porch because his "wife wanted to forget about it.
I've gotten over Dennis's death, I accept it. By the way, the daughter lives with her mother as a full time living assistant now.
Dennis Martin Sr. This is all just hearsay. Just like everyone told you on the last thread you posted on here, just a few days ago, on the exact same topic.
That one failed miserably, so you had to make another post? The real question here is, why does Paulides ruffle your panties so much? You need to ask yourself what it is you are trying to gain with all this pedantic drama.
Paulides ruffle my panties? I would suggest you ask Mr. Bouchard PrincessSnowflake You can reach him on Linkedin.