Part 1: “Missing 411,” 2017 Missing People Update with David Paulides

“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

In 2011, retired police officer David Paulides launched the Can(ada)Am(erica) Missing Project, which catalogs cases of people who mysteriously disappear — or are found — across North America. David has released six books in his popular Missing 411 series, and now in 2017, a documentary film, Missing 411: The Movie, co-directed by his son, Ben Paulides. See Websites below.
In 2011, retired police officer David Paulides launched the Can(ada)Am(erica) Missing Project, which catalogs cases of people who mysteriously disappear — or are found — across North America. David has released six books in his popular Missing 411 series, and now in 2017, a documentary film, Missing 411: The Movie, co-directed by his son, Ben Paulides. See Websites below.

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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