By Anna Von Reitz
A long-time friend asked me to post this under heart-breaking conditions:
Someone, somewhere knows that happened to "Alex". Someone, somewhere knows what happened to her car.
Someone, somewhere needs to contact the local police in Kalispell, Montana.
Now, Flathead Lake, Montana, is a more likely scene for a bear attack than a kidnapping by human traffickers, but if statistics are to be believed, human traffickers deliberately pray upon small town girls and children, because they are less guarded.
Neither they nor their friends and family members are expecting such an attack, so are not as watchful or suspicious of strangers.
A girl like "Alex" is likely to be friendly and to stop if she saw someone apparently stranded along the road, because people in remote areas have to stand together against the forces of nature --- cold, starvation, wild animals, distance between towns--- are common threats in small communities throughout America.