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TikTok Conspiracy Theorist Says People Are Going Missing Because Of 'Cannibal Caves'

Claire Reid

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TikTok Conspiracy Theorist Says People Are Going Missing Because Of 'Cannibal Caves'

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@danthedingbat21

A TikTok conspiracy theorist reckons people going missing in the US are falling foul to a secret labyrinth of tunnels full of cannibals. Anyone have cannibal tunnels on the 2021 news bingo card?

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TIkToker Dan, or @danthedingbat21, stitched a video from a fellow TikTok user who spoke about the high number of people who disappear in US country parks never to be seen again.

But Dan reckons that if you look at maps of the US cave system, you'll see there's a high number of disappearances around them - something she believes could be due to cannibals.

Fair enough.

In the clip, she explains: "If you look up where people go missing in national parks, it directly correlates to the cave system in the US.

"I know you have all seen videos where they talk about cannibals being in the woods and there just being feral people out in the woods.

"I kind of think there are communities of those people and they take people when they can."

She also reckons that when people hear Bigfoot or Sasquatch 'sounds' it's actually the cannibals letting each other know they're around.

Dan goes on: "I think the Sasquatch sounds that you hear in missing 411 and those Sasquatch videos where it sounds like something's howling but they're not sure what, I think that's their way of communicating to each other, letting each other know who's where.

Credit: TikTok/@danthedingbat21
Credit: TikTok/@danthedingbat21

"We've never seen a Sasquatch before, we've never seen Bigfoot before but we've found the clothes of missing people 100 yards away from where they were originally taken."

Dan then linked it back to the horror flick The Descent, which tells the story of a group of women who find themselves lost and trapped inside a cave system while battling weird creatures that the roam the tunnels.

And her outlandish idea is fairly freaking out fellow TikTokers with one person commenting: "Wait, really - feral people exist?"

Another added: "Wait but for real, I would be way more afraid of an unexpected human in the woods than a Sasquatch."

Topics: Weird, TikTok

Claire Reid
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