Do these images look similar? The top is a map of Missing 411 cases. The bottom is a map of America’s cave systems. Caves seem to play an interesting roll in some of these disappearances. The Mammoth Cave system in particular had caught my interest. Reddit link
The distributions of nearly 45,000 caves and 924 obligate cave species and subspecies (stygobites and troglobites) in the 48 contiguous states of the United States were mapped by county. Both maps show a highly clumped distribution. Approximately one-half of the variance in the number of species in a county is explained by variance in the number of caves per county. While several maps of karst and pseudo-karst areas of the 48 contiguous states are available, most notably that of Davies et al. (1986) and its variants (Culver 1999), we know of no similar map of cave locations. We have a special interest in the distribution of caves since we have compiled a list of the obligate cave-dwelling species by county for each of the 3100 counties in the 48 contiguous states (available at www.karstwaters.org). In particular, we were interested in the explanatory power the distribution of caves has in accounting for the distribution of obligate cave-dwelling species. Therefore, we have assembled data on the number of caves by county, based on information in the National Speleological Society cave files and from records of state cave surveys. The list includes not only solution caves, but lava tubes, sea caves, etc. The purpose of this brief communication is to present dot maps of the distribution of caves by county and the distribution of obligate cave species by county, and briefly to compare the two. A more complete analysis of the spatial distribution of cave species will appear elsewhere at a later date. The maps presented below were generated using the Geographic Information System software package, MapView . Each cave (or species) in a county is represented by a dot so that, for example, a county with 10 caves has 10 dots. The position of the dot within the county is assigned at random by MapView . While this produces some loss of accuracy, it also ensures that no precise location information can be determined from the maps. For some counties, the number of caves is so great that the dots completely fill the county, and individual dots are indistinguishable and superimposed.
That's a nice set of teeth you have in your picture, really. Who is your dentist?
This thread is very pertinent. It has been reported that underground creatures have been abducting humans for eons. The Vedic literature provides good examples. They especially go after women and the eggs from menstruation. (Surface girls are the best!)
The protagonist Arjuna of The Bhagavat Gita, for example, was abducted by a Naga princess, no less, whose abode was beneath a body of water; some lake in the Himalayas. (Nagas live under bodies of water)
Oftentimes, they abduct with political motives and brainwash the abductee and then set him/her loose on the surface of the Earth. The abduction of Duryodhana is a good example.
David Paulides has himself clearly indicated that he believes there are big foot - cavern - stone formation correlations. It would seem there are also some other advanced technology connections, however, that David Paulides and others are missing or not exploring. I find it unfortunate that, what I think you're getting at, is that they don't seem to understand the magnitude of cavern world society, ecosystem and technology levels, etc. Clearly this is human hunting/culling efforts on a smaller scale, but if we are to believe other things that are in much of the media and especially more enlightened media, there is an enormous human consumption (in various "industries") market beneath the surface.