The Missing 411 Drinking Game

Missing 411-Western United States & Canada: Unexplained Disappearances of North Americans that have never been solved - David Paulides

Take a shot every time the author describes something as unusual/odd/strange. Take another if the author proceeds to provide a completely rational explanation for the event. Take a third if he proceeds to ignore his own reasoning and double-down on the "it's too peculiar to understand completely!!!" angle. 

 

Take a shot every time the author is baffled by people going missing or becoming lost in stormy weather. 

 

Take a shot every time the author connects two or more cases together due to superficial similarities.

 

Take two shots every time the author implies a specific random fact about a case is Very Important Evidence for his theories, but never explains how, why, or even what said theory is.

 

Take two shots every time the importance of berries are discussed.

 

Take a shot every time the author uses Google Maps in lieu of actually visiting the places he describes. Take a second shot if he uses Google Maps to argue how the last known movements of a missing person seem "illogical."

 

Take a shot every time the author complains that children "don't walk uphill" when lost. 

 

Take a shot every time the author insinuates stalker / serial killer involvement in cases with no supporting evidence.

 

Sudden (Liver) Death Round: Take three shots every time the author goes into a out-of-nowhere rant about the National Parks Service and accuses them of corruption or misconduct.