Top 10 National Parks with the Most Hidden Secrets of Easter Island 1 year ago   18:34

Rusty West
Join me as I count down 10 National Parks with the most disappearances. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "faire use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing."

Sources from:

travel.nationalgeographic.com
wikipedia.org
charleyproject.org
www.canammissing.com/missing_411
www.nps.gov
other various sources

by Rusty West
February 2016

Comments 95 Comments

Erik N
In the case of Acadia National park I'm sure many of those disappearances can be explained by people going into unsafe areas and being swept out to sea. As a Maine resident and having visited the park several times, I can attest to seeing many people taking tremendous risks by getting to close to the dangerously slippery and umsafe areas near many of the park's ocean features. It seems every year or so there's another story of a tourist who got to close to features, such as Thunder Hole, for a picture and was swept into the water. The area often experiences sevear rip-tides, which would draw a victim out to sea, or severe wave action which can and has trapped bodies in the rocks along the shore. Not saying this explains all, but a possible explanation from someone who knows the area and the risks taken by the unsuspecting...
Selene
I love you're voice 👍
Stan 59
Rusty these are very interesting and you present them excellently, but I like to look at the cold figures. According to this report, there have been in total approximately 32,800,000 visitors to America's 10 most dangerous national parks. There have been 10 videos so far documenting the disappearances of approximately 13 people per video. Some of these people's remains have been found, which means that they did not disappear in reality. It is stated that the amount of missing people is under reported; make the assumption that 100 times this amount of people have disappeared the figure arrived at then is 13,000. So 13,000/32,800,000 gives 0.000396% people going missing. Is this really such a significant figure? Just a thought.
IAN PAYNE
http://offbeatoregon.com/1309e-skeletons-of-crater-lake.html
IAN PAYNE
https://wabi.tv/2016/04/19/medical-examiner-confirms-identification-of-acadia-remains/ [sad - may he RIP] !!!!!
IAN PAYNE
Beautiful Parks !!!!
Doug Harker
HOW CAN ANY ASS HOLE GIVE THIS INFO A THUMB DOWN ALL 12 OF YOU WILL ROT IN HELL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!........!!!!!
Mark Di Paolo
I really feel like adventuring into one of these park's! I would Really like to see whatever with my own eyes!
heidi Holiday
Pack heat and you will greatly increase your chances of returning home.
Jennifer Brewer
I have to wonder how many of the disappearances of very young children are in fact parents getting rid of a child they don't want.....
adoredpariah
Great video series, thanks for sharing all this information. I liked this one in particular because it gives a more regionally specific history. The other videos are great, but it is hard to follow along when the stories jump between different parks so quickly.

It would be very interesting to see the information compiled further, and statistically compared to see if the theory that a rise in tourism numbers makes up for the numbers of missing people. I suspect that the more deaths that go unexplained and left a mystery by authorities the more of a draw such areas become for people intending to commit murder.
ana cruz
your voice is nice, it and the background music make me sleepy. keep up the good videos!
Shayne T. Pendrick
As an update on one of the cases, Justin Kremer was found safe. Found a news story about it. Thank God for that brother. http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/tempe/breaking/2015/08/02/missing-tempe-man-found-safe--grand-canyon/31032945/
Darby Crash
native Americans vengeance
a.srivastava
can you let me know what is the name of the background music?
a.srivastava
music?
Chainsaw Rosenberg
every year for vacation my sis and her 6 kids go to yellow stone . my sis just kinda laughs my warning off I have her listen to the stuff you and that one guy on art bells show hope nothing will happen to her and my nieces and nephew thanks for doing these also you have a Trippy voice . good luck to all and stay safe and healthy😃.
Jendromeda
Hi Rusty I hope you are well.  Could you tell me if Henriette Murr was ever found.  I believe she went missing at Acadia National.  I saw her story on your video but can't find anything about her story other than your video.
Scott Foot
hooked on this stuff thanks man
Børre Husebye
It is scary and eerie that people disapears in the Nationalparks. What realy happends to them is mysterious. nature hide its secrets.
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Hidden Secrets of Easter Island Top 10 National Parks with the Most 1 year ago   50:29

Modem archaeological scientists and engineers try and recreate and decipher the mystery of Easter Island's Moai statues by experimenting with archaic engineering methods and mysterious practices. Curved from stone, the human figures have over-sized heads, often resting on massive rock platforms called ahus, partially buried underground. 1,000 statues exist on the island, 30 feet tall, weighing a colossal 75 tons, scattered about the barren landscape in the mountains and close to the ocean. Society and tradition was tribal and primitive, with black magic priests and chieftains writing strange hieroglyphic languages known as rongorongo. Not unlike Europe's Stonehenge, this civilization constructed and moved these monolithic sculptures without present-day tools and equipment.