The Disappearance: four surfers are missing

"The Disappearance" of Jamie O'Brien, Anthony Walsh, Alex Gray and Cheyne Magnusson is being investigated by a team of six filmmakers.

What should have been the ultimate surf trip to the jungles of Indonesia quickly became an excursion into heart-stopping terror.

As the group of surfers discovers a secret perfect wave, strange images begin to appear on film. Are they sharks, alligators, or something else? Fear sets in. Accusations fly. By night, unseen evil stirs beyond their campfire’s light.

By day, large animal prints are discovered nearby. Members of the crew begin to disappear one by one. As the end of their journey approaches, they realize that what they are filming is not an epic trip but their own descent into unimaginable horror.

This is the footage found on the multiple hard drives and cameras recovered at the destroyed campsite. "The Disappearance" is still under investigation. Two survivors have been questioned repeatedly and continue to tell investigators strange stories of a sea creature.

Search and rescue has finally reached the remote jungle campsite, but contact has been lost. All attempts to establish contact with the search party have gone unsuccessful.

The United States Consulate is pushing hard to get answers and is threatening to levy actions if the US Navy is not allowed into the restricted area to investigate.

President Obama has expressed his concern for the delicate situation and has sent his prayers to the families of the victims. He asked for quiet as he missed a four-foot putt while on vacation at a Caribbean resort. Can you help solve "The Disappearance"?

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