Whole Village Vanished
In 1995 alone, 4 million Americans vanished,
according to the Tracers Company. Missing reports from around the world added
another 2 million souls. That was a total of 6 million people missing in 1995.
Most of these people appeared to be "solidly respectable citizens"
with clear consciences.
In the winter of 1930 an incident took place in
Canada. A trapper named Arnaud Laurent and his son observed a strange light
crossing the northern sky. It appeared to be heading toward the area of
Lake Anjikuni. The trappers described the object as cylinder shaped or bullet
Another trapper by the name of Joe Labelle had
come into the village of the Lake Anjikuni people, and discovered the community
to be unusually silent without a person moving in the streets. There was no
sound of sled dogs to be heard. The shanties were covered with snow and not a
chimney showed smoke.
Labelle found the village's kayaks tied up on the
shore of the lake. In the shanties he found meals left hanging over fires, old
and moldy and seemingly abandoned as they were being cooked. The men's rifles
were still in place standing by the doors. Labelle then became frightened
because he knew that the men would never leave without their weapons.
He reported this discovery to the RCMP (Royal
Canadian Mounted Police), who investigated what Labelle had seen. The police
discovered that the town's dogs had died of hunger, chained beneath a tree and
covered by a snowdrift. What was even more disturbing was finding that the town
graveyard had been emptied. Despite the frozen ground, the graves had been
opened and the dead removed.
What happened to these people? Is anyone still
searching for them? Will they ever be found?
Whitley Strieber, in his book Majestic,
states: "A check with the records department indicated that the matter
remains unsolved, and despite a search of the whole of Canada and inquiries
throughout the world, not a single trace of the missing twelve hundred men,
women and children were ever found."
The 4 million people who vanished in 1995 is
greater than the total population of South Carolina.