He Went Missing 13 Years Ago, But His Family Thinks He’s Still Alive In North Korea

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In 2004, Brigham Young University tyro David Sneddon was visiting China when he disappeared. He hasn’t been seen since.

The 24-year-old was final seen hiking by Tiger Leaping Gorge in a country’s Yunnan Province. Since then, he’s been reputed passed by Chinese officials, who contend he expected fell or drowned, though his family doesn’t buy that reason since his physique was never recovered. What they trust unequivocally happened to him is most stranger, generally deliberation that they’re assured he’s still alive.

Before he went missing, Sneddon served a goal in South Korea for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Before he went missing, Sneddon served a goal in South Korea for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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Because he was means to pronounce in smooth Korean, his family thinks he was targeted and abducted in China by North Korean officials.

Because he was means to pronounce in smooth Korean, his family thinks he was targeted and abducted in China by North Korean officials.

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They also trust he was taken to learn English during a North Korean capital, presumably even to Kim Jong Un.

They also trust he was taken to learn English during a North Korean capital, presumably even to Kim Jong Un.

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