Unexplained Disappearances

Bizarre Missing People Stories That Baffled the Authorities
Narrated by: Chris Abernathy
Length: 1 hr and 41 mins
4.2 out of 5 stars (23 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Bizarre missing people stories that baffled the authorities....

At a distance, a farmer and a policeman saw lightning strike the rocks of the Stonehenge of Salisbury; at the same time, they heard the terrifying screams of several people. When they checked, no one was there.

When Bobby Jamison's phone was inspected, a picture of his six-year-old daughter was seen: she had her arms folded, as if not wanting to be touched, her face was scrunched up, and she wasn't looking at the camera. Could the photographer be the Jamison family's abductor?

Captain Benjamin Briggs sailed together with his wife and daughter when they vanished on the Mary Celeste; could he have led his family and crew elsewhere because he sensed some sort of danger?

Richard Colvin Cox, then a cadet at West Point when vanished, had two unidentified visitors. He also shouted a very inexplicable statement one time when he was startled awake. Are these things connected to his disappearance?

Does the Bennington Triangle "eat" people? It seemed so...based on the way people disappeared in the area....

Here's a preview of what's in this book....

  • Unexplained Disappearances: The Deadly Excursion
  • Unexplained Disappearances: No One Left Behind
  • Unexplained Disappearances: The Bennington Mystery
  • Unexplained Disappearances: Richard and His Visitors
  • Unexplained Disappearances: Stonehenge Gathering
  • Much, much more!

©2017 Joseph Exton (P)2017 Joseph Exton

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mediocre overall

aside from the poor audio quality and the almost robotic narration, the stories of word portrayed we're true but boring an have been speculated to death I was just looking for a little more sustenance for almost the $8 I paid for this boring crap

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Nice book

This was a nice book, split up into the seveal disappearances sections. It was enjoyable and the narrator was great.

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wonderful

excellent book to hear I have heard it twice now give it a try it's good

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Intriguing stories

Loved it, makes we want to do more research on a few stories. Perhaps find pictures of the missing people.

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Great

I listened to this book on Audible and think the book and the narrator Chris Abernathy was great. I would recommend this book.

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Interesting

Kept my attention. Run time is short - less than 2 hours, but I enjoyed it. It had me Googling some of the names to find out more about these missing people. Narrator is excellent.