“Something strange is going on because we should be able to determine
the cause of death in almost every instance, but we can't.”
- Coroners in interviews with investigator David Paulides
July 28, 2017 Denver, Colorado - According to the FBI, in the year 2016 there were 647,435 missing people in the United States in all races — and split almost evenly in males and females - with slightly more males. [Males = 325, 129. Missing females = 322,263.] In the category of 17 or younger, nearly 60% were white and 40% were black. But keep in mind that many are teenage runaways that return to run away again and are counted over and over in the annual missing people statistics.
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