In 1997 alone, the United States had 980,712 people reported missing.
That is 2,687 people reported missing every day, or 112 people reported missing every hour, or 2 people going missing every minute in the United States.
While the number of missing persons in the United States fluctuates, in 2018, the number was at its lowest since 1990 with 612,846 cases. Which is still 1,679 people going missing every day, or 70 people reported missing every hour, in the United States.
This is according to the NCIC (National Crime Information Center).
They break down the numbers of people missing each year to multiple different categories with one of them being by ages, which consists of two age categories. Under the age of 21 missing and those over the age 21 missing.
In 2018 the number of missing persons under the age of 21 was much higher than those 21 and over. 451,753 under the age of 21 went missing, and only 160,982 over the age of 21 going missing. To break it down further, almost 75% of the people reported missing in 2018 were under the age of 21.
It is horrifying to know that hundreds of thousands of children are reported missing in the United States every year. However, those statistics on missing persons in the US cannot hold a candle when it comes to a global scale.
An estimated 8 million children are said to go missing each year, worldwide.
Most developing countries including Africa, Asia, and Latin America don’t count missing children. In fact, in many of these places, there are no specific laws for these missing children. They neither have established protocol or central missing-child registries, making them more difficult to find.
The International Center for Missing and Exploited Children created the Global Missing Children’s Network in 1998. It is a multilingual database that features photographs and information about missing children from around the world.
The U.S. Department of State said that there are no statistics that track the number of Americans that go missing in a foreign country. This makes it harder to keep track of missing cases abroad. However, the UK does have the statistics. In 2008, 481 Britons were said to have disappeared abroad, up from 401 the previous year, and 336 in 2006. There were 30 people officially documented to have disappeared on cruise ships in the years 2002–2007.
First Recorded Missing?
One of the first missing children ever recorded in America was Virginia Dare. She was the first baby born in the New World on Roanoke Island in 1587. After she was born, her grandfather left for England to get more resources; however, when he returned three years later, he was unable to find Virginia or any of the other settlers. He did have a clue, though: the word Croatan was carved into one of the settlement posts that were left behind.
In November of 2014 Kenny Veach, a 47 year-old experienced hiker ventured off into the Nevada desert in search of a strange cave he had spotted during a previous hike near the Nellis Air Force Base. According to a comment he left on a YouTube video (see below for the comment), the cave was odd and had a strange entrance that resembled the letter M. As he approached, he claimed to have felt a strong vibration engulf his entire body. The closer he got the more the vibration intensified. Whatever was inside the cave made him fear for his life. Kenny left and returned days later with proper gear and a gun for safety. That was the last time anyone saw him alive.
Is the Queen of England Kidnapping Kids?
The order to arrest Queen Elizabeth was issued in 2013 by six judges of the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels.
After nearly a year of litigation, Queen Elizabeth and her husband, Prince Phillip, were found guilty in the disappearance of ten native children from the Catholic-run Kamloops residential school in British Columbia. Grieving parents haven’t seen their children since they left for a picnic with the Royal couple on Oct. 10 1964.
On May 10th, the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State was asking concerned citizens to demand Cunningham’s immediate release. The ITCCS successfully prosecuted Queen Elizabeth’s kidnapping, along with 50,000 cases of other missing children.
Regiment soldier Cunningham had innocently questioned a senior officer about Queen Elizabeth’s arrest warrant, only to be committed to a mental care unit in Stafford England.
He was injected with an atypical anti-psychotic drug olanzapine under orders of Captain Murrell and Doctors Khan and Sema. The soldier was committed for six months to the St. George Hospital Psychiatric Unit with a “diagnosis” of suffering from an acute psychotic episode.
“Queen Elizabeth had direct involvement in the kidnapping and death of aboriginal children” it was reported on the ITCCS website. “Royal Family members also appeared to regularly participate in Ninth Circle Satanic Cult rituals at the Mohawk Indian School in Brantford, Ontario, Canada.”
In April, a second international trial began in Brussels on global elite members of the Ninth Circle Satanic Cult.
A court document had been filed indicating that in Jan. 2012 UK Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby acted under the direction of Queen Elizabeth to destroy forensic remains of a Ninth Circle Satanic Cult child homicide. Two eyewitnesses have testified that as children they were present during this same murder of a native child.
The satanic rite evidently occurred in a sub basement catacomb under the west wing of the Canadian Branton Ontario Mohawk Indian residential school. The two eyewitnesses alleged that they saw a young girl being bound to an altar.
The five or six year-old child was gagged, repeatedly raped, killed, disemboweled and dismembered. Her blood was consumed by nine red-robed figures that included a member of the British Royal Family.
Unfortunately Cunningham was not alone in his victimization after exposing these Ninth Circle Satanic Cult activities. Several incarcerations and even a death appeared to surround exposures of Queen Elizabeth’s kidnapping case.
Former Kamloops School resident William Combes died after a 2010 radio interview where he discussed witnessing Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip leave the school with his ten friends and fellow Kamloops residents.
Directly after the interview the healthy Combes was ordered to report for tests at the Vancouver St. Paul’s Catholic hospital. There he was given an injection that put him into a coma. Within hours and without consent of his family members, Combes was permanently pulled off life support.
British citizen David Compan was another victim of whistle blowing against Queen Elizabeth. In 2013 he was twice arrested, as was his wife. Compan’s “crime” was daring to post Queen Elizabeth’s arrest warrant on a Catholic Church.
Compan was never charged, but accosted, drugged and incarcerated in the London Park Royal Mental Health Center. After several days of protests irate citizens secured the couple’s release. Compan discussed the incarceration in this video.
Last October in Kitchener Ontario Canada Steve Finney was trying to expose this same Ninth Circle Satanic Cult case on 50,000 missing native children that included Queen Elizabeth’s kidnapping charges-conviction. Finney was arrested without cause and held in prison for three days. Protests around the globe organized by the ITCCS appeared effective in Finney’s release.
“Like my friends Combes, Compan and Finney, Cunningham is being cruelly drugged and imprisoned against his will because he simply mentioned the existence of a citizens arrest warrant against Queen Elizabeth” stated Kevin Annett of the ITCCS.
“As a British soldier and citizen, Cunningham has now become a Prisoner of Conscience at the hands of the British Crown in an effort to hide proven crimes of the Royal Family.”
Annett himself has felt the wrath of Queen Elizabeth. In 2013 when Annett was in London attending a rally for the 50,000 missing children, he was detained, held in jail overnight, then deported – all done without being charged.
In March the ITCCS began a second prosecution on global elite members of the Ninth Circle Satanic Cult. Five international judges and 27 jury members were scheduled to hear the testimony of at least 16 adult survivors who have come forward to expose their witness to child kidnapping and murder.
The first prosecution in the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels concerned 50,000 missing native Canadian children and included Queen Elizabeth’s kidnapping case.
The court’s Feb 2013 guilty verdict by six international judges on 40 global elites appeared to influence the resignation that same week, of Pope Joseph Ratizinger.