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10 Mysterious US Locations Where People Inexplicably Vanish

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Yosemite National Park

We can all agree that Yosemite National Park is one of the most beautiful national parks in the U.S., if not in the world. Yosemite is well known for its majestic beauty and wide array of unique wildlife, including grizzly bears. But there’s another thing that makes Yosemite National Park so special… namely the numerous disappearances.

No one knows what happened to the 45 people who went missing, but people mention stories about spirited children. What can we say… Yosemite National Park is definitely a hauntingly beautiful location. And maybe you’ll come across something very strange on your next trip to the Yosemite National Park.

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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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