Paula Welden’s Mysterious Disappearance: Unveiling the Truth

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A college student named Paula Jean Weldon disappeared in 1946, leading to various theories, including alien abduction.

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  • Paula Jean Weldon, an 18-year-old sophomore at Bennington College, went missing on December 1, 1946.
  • She told her roommate she was going for a long walk but never returned.
  • The search for Paula focused mainly on Vermont's Long Trail.
  • A Massachusetts waitress claimed to have served an agitated young woman who matched Paula's description.
  • Paula's father disappeared for 36 hours after learning about this lead, making him a prime suspect in her disappearance.
  • Rumors started circulating that Paula's home life was not as perfect as her parents had claimed.
  • Paula had not returned home for Thanksgiving and may have been upset about a disagreement with her father.
  • Paula's father suggested that a boy Paula liked should be a suspect in her disappearance.
  • Over the next decade, a local man bragged twice about knowing the location where Paula's body was buried, but never provided any evidence.
  • The case grew colder as there was no evidence of a crime, no body, and no forensic clues.
  • Theories surrounding the disappearance included the Bennington Triangle theory, proposed by author Joseph Citro, which suggested the involvement of outer space visitors who took Paula to their world.
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Are you aware of the disappearance of Paula Jean Weldon?

So, Paula Jean Weldon, 18, was a sophomore at Bennington College on December 1, 1946, the day she told her roommate Elizabeth Parker she was going for a long walk but failed to return. A search focused primarily on Vermont’s Long Trail, where local witnesses reported having seen her. These include claims by a Massachusetts waitress that she had served an agitated young woman matching Paula’s description.

Upon learning of this particular lead, Paula’s father disappeared for 36 hours, supposedly in pursuit of the lead, but it was nevertheless a strange move that led to his becoming a prime suspect in Paula’s disappearance. Soon, stories began circulating that Paula’s home life was not nearly as idyllic as her parents had told the police. Apparently, Paula had not returned home for Thanksgiving the week prior and she may have been distraught about a disagreement with her father.

For his part, Paula’s father posited a theory that Paula was distraught about a boy she liked and that perhaps the boy should have been a suspect. Over the next decade, a local Bennington man twice bragged to friends that he knew where Paula’s body was buried. However, he was unable to lead the police to anybody, let alone Paula’s, and with no evidence of a crime, no body, and no forensic clues, the case grew colder and the theories grew stranger, including those linked to the paranormal.

New England author and occult researcher Joseph Citro came up with the Bennington Triangle theory, which explained the disappearance as linked to a special energy that attracts outer space visitors who would have taken Paula with them back to their world.

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This article is a summary of the YouTube video ‘Where Is Paula Weldon ? | Disappearance of Paula Jean Welden #truecrime’ by THOUGHTCTRL