Mysterious Disappearance

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    Thank you, I did not know this story I am not American, but I understand that others at the forum know this story
     
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    I just want to keep everybody out of the woods and have them all to my self.
     
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    Strange, spooky stuff! Thanks for posting these, Dalia.
     
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    Is this where we start talking about Sasquatch?
     
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    While that is certainly odd, a good detective will start looking at the supposed witness (witnesses?).

    Example, if a housewife disappears in the forest and the husband says, "I don't know. One minute she was there and the next she disappeared into thin air", would anyone here really just say "Wow! It's a mystery!"?

    From your link:
    "1852 discovery[edit]
    On 15 April 1852, during the demolition of a house on the Hamburg road in Perleberg three hundred paces from the White Swan, a skeleton was discovered under the threshold of the stable. The back of the skull showed a fracture as though from the blow of a heavy instrument. All of the upper teeth were perfect, but one of the lower molars showed signs of having been removed by a dentist. The owner of the house, a mason named Kiesewetter, had purchased the house in 1834 from Christian Mertens, who had been a serving man at the White Swan during the period when Bathurst disappeared.

    Bathurst's sister, Mrs Thistlethwaite, travelled to Perleberg but could not conclusively say whether the skull belonged to her brother or not.

    Recent investigation[edit]
    A detailed investigation conducted by writer Mike Dash first published in Fortean Times in 1990 concluded that the allegedly mysterious details of the Bathurst disappearance had been greatly exaggerated over the years, and that Bathurst was almost certainly murdered."
     
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    i watched a ton of youtube videos on disappearances from national forest...i told my husband i would never go into another national forest....he reminded me...we live in one....i dont go outside any more
     
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    Thanks to you, it was murder that Bathurst was certainly almost murdered.
    I create a thread on relation to this story.

    Skeletons Found In Castle
     
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