10 Mysterious US Locations Where People Inexplicably Vanish

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Bordering North Carolina and Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a delight to the eyes. And the fact that they lie along the southern part of the Appalachian Mountain makes them even stunning. For that reason, it comes as no surprise that Great Smoky Mountains Natural Park has a lot of visitors.

However, some tourists are more interested in finding out what’s all the mystery regarding them. There were three strange disappearances in this area, and none of them was actually solved. The first one was the case of a 6-year-old boy who went missing back in 1969. The last one occurred in 1981 when an elderly woman simply vanished.

So, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park still has a sinister reputation, as all locals there are perfectly familiar with the mountains’ power. Those stories basically describe the common phrase “You can’t deal with Mother Nature…”

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  1. Betty Mydland

    When I lived in Reno back in 71/72 our pool hall group had their victory party here. I was in a 2 piece bathing suite from 8am to 6pm. I was so burnt I couldn’t walk for two weeks. Almost went into pneumonia. We water skied all day and little did I know that I was also 3 months pregnant. That was sooooo long ago,


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