By Cherry Hinkle
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<Edited by Robert D. Morningstar>
Five years ago I wrote this article (in 2012) – it is still as important as ever – nothing change except in that last five years 5 million people disappeared – think it is impossible?
Read on ……….
The amount of people that disappear in the U.S.A. – every day – is flabbergasting!! What is the world is going on? Reports of missing persons in the last 25 years have increased six-fold! In 1980 the statistics were 150,000 each year – this year we were astonished to discover the missing rolls jumped up to 900,000! But the numbers also indicate that law enforcement treats the cases more seriously now, including those of marginalized citizens.
If we assume the adults left in their own power, that still leaves more than 58,000 children that were not victims of family dispute, but were kidnapped by strangers. Here is a small mention of the statistics of a sampling missing of the missing children:
According to National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the U. S. Department of Justice the number of children that go missing every year is staggering.
How many children are reported missing each year?
Be prepared to be shocked:
The U.S. Department of Justice claims that 797,500 children (younger than 18) were reported missing in a one-year period of time studied, resulting in an average of 2,185 children being reported missing each day.
203,900 children were the victims of family abductions.
58,200 children were the victims of non-family abductions.
If we assume the largest amount of the 58,200 missing children are kidnapped by people with twisted perverted sexual needs, there the remaining children are nowhere to be found.
Were they taken to Dulce Base, or a similar underground facility?
Since there are no real statistics on Dulce Base (it is classified material) let’s just guess that out of the 58,200 missing children let pretend it is 365 children that are Dulce Base victims – we are talking about of one child each day of the year.
If we start our count the year Tom Castello left Dulce Base, and count down the 33 years since Tom left – we are talking about of 12,045 – that is a small city of missing children. Let’s assume too that one adult was kidnapped every day and taken to Dulce Base too, another 365 adults – then we are talking about 24,090 kidnapped people. That is one child and one adult – but Tom claimed the amount of men, women and children that enter Dulce Base were the average of 13 people every day, all year round. So now we are talking about of 4745 people a year, and the amount of people missing for the last 33 years since Tom left Dulce Base is a whopping 156,585 – and that is Dulce Base alone – and I am aware of 7 underground bases in the USA.
I’m sure there are a lot of more than just the few I found. Two other very large bases are Telos City in California, and Arizona rival Dulce Base is size. If we guess the other bases also kidnap the same amount every year – the missing number jumps up to 1,096,095 missing people since 1979.
Who are these missing family members?
Why were they chosen for their one-way ticket to Dulce Base? What is in their DNA important enough to kidnap them and take them to Dulce Base? Just about everyone knows someone with a missing family member – that doesn’t mean they were certainly taken to Dulce Base – but if they are not at Dulce, where are they?
Do you think it is not something that will never happen to YOUR family? You think you are ‘too careful?’ Think again – it can happen in ANY family. Maybe not every missing person is a child, but adults go missing, grown men and women can disappear with no clues. Maybe they left for their own reasons, but maybe not, perhaps they were ‘taken.’
Every year over a million people disappear – that is the size of a city like Dallas Texas, or Las Vegas, Nevada – now imagine to wake up and find out the entire population of Dallas suddenly disappeared! It is shocking to realize the missing people in the USA every year is enough to populate a large city!
This happens to ordinary people, people just like you and me …
It can happen in your family too.
It happened in my family, and I have searched for my missing daughter for 17 years. I still hope to find my daughter Sabrina, I believe she left for her own reasons, and someday she will contact someone in the family and let us know she is happy and alive. I can’t stand to think of any alternative, because I lost my 34 year old son Marc in 1999, the next year, Sabrina disappeared – she is still missing.
Who will go missing this year?
April 29th, 2017
Official MP/UP FBI Statistics
NCIC Missing Person and Unidentified Person Statistics for 2013 – 2015