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What's the worst job interview you've ever had?

Okay so here is the thing … I’m going to give names. Cause it was the absolute worst interview experience in my life and I’ve had a lot of interviews.Norton Healthcare in Louisville KY had a training position with their Epic software that doctors and nurses used for charts. The position was really very entry level and more so was defined as just presenting the established content. It required a high school education. It paid about $40,000 a year.I was an Instructional Designer / Software Training for HP Software who made about $88000 a year and I traveled globally delivering courses, some of which I actually wrote. I had a Masters degree in Education in Instructional Design and a BS in Information Technology. I trained on Information Governance software that was popular with government and military clients.Then HP split in half and laid off 50,000 people. I moved to my hometown of Louisville, KY and I applied for that job at my old employer, Norton Healthcare.I soared through the first two interviews. The person Id report too seemed to think it was a position below me but I knew that there was not anything comparable to do in Louisville to my last job, which didnt even exist any more so I was happy with what it was, plus Ive done this before … if the position isn’t big enough, then make it bigger over time.The third interview was now up and Id be meeting the director of training. I was told to deliver a training on a topic of my choice for 15 minutes. I took one of my lectures from HP and condensed it, removed a lot of the material but thought since this position is about presenting I need to highlight those skills not my content or exercises those Instructional Design pieces wouldn’t even be available tools in this job as this content was in stone.The director said flat out it was horrible. He said he had expected something much more developed and that there was no way he could see me working within his group. That he didn’t follow the training and had learned nothing. He said maybe I could possibly redo it but at this point that is questionable.I have to tell ya I was in shock. It seemed highly critical to the point that he had rehearshed his rejection before I opened my mouth. It was also irrelevant … the position didn’t even include the ability to do what he was trying to reject me over. I sent an email from the parking lot respectfully explaining how I would love a chance to better address his expectations and that the 15 minute time slot for a presenters position lead me to believe I needed to focus on the job’s description and duties. That his ability to learn the concept might have improved had I actually included the whole day of training rather than 15 minutes.I didn’t note that 15 minutes is not enough time to teach someone any technical concept.Frankly I felt either he was threatened by the fact I had a masters degree in ID and worked for a much more high profile training group … that I had actually written the textbook on some software courses were he had a BS in Communication and just became Director because he was there at the right time. So he needed to shot me down cause Id have out shined him.Or a personal vendetta…I swear he was brutal I walked out of there and told a friend on the phone I must have slept with his spouse ten years ago and he was mad I didn’t know him. He seemed that over the top.In the end I never got to redo the interview and I was fine with that. I didn’t send any more emails asking too cause I figured no matter what … they’re going to be worse to you than the interview once you work with them. Id been a hiring manager before, Id designed interview processes and I would never have imagined acting like that in an interview.But I didn’t dwell on it, I ended up in the end creating my own job delivering Technical SEO through my own company and for that I guess I owe him a thank you.

Will cyber security jobs ever die out in the future because of AI?

Question : Will cyber security jobs ever die out in the future because of AI?TL;DR :No, and far from it. A historical portion of cybersecurity jobs is related to Antivirus, that are since their beginning in the 1980’s doing “Artificial Intelligence”.Artificial intelligence, as any technological evolution, transforms and penetrates new field of application. It create new specialized area where it was unused before and thus creates new needs of security.(Source : CyberStart High School Cyber Security Challenges and Games)A) A short story of the long history of Artificial IntelligenceDuring the past few years and during the few next ones, the term “Artificial Intelligence” gain in huge popularity, with the big support of marketing campaign.While it is very important to recognized the advancement in this research field as well as the maturation of technological application, it is also very important to understand that Artificial Intelligence is one of the oldest humanity dream.From the golems of jewish texts (Psalms 139:16; Talmud Sanhedrin 38b and 65b) and the greek mythology (Homer’s Iliad book 18) to the 18th century Age of enlightment’s Mechanical Turk, population of all civilizations advanced in both the automation of physical tasks and the automation of cognitive tasks.Mathematics since the earliest age are the roots of cognitive automation. Odometers, astronomical clocks or the marvellous Antikythera mechanism are machines in which people put a part of their cognitive reasonning to calculate and make accurate prediction.The big boost in the XXth century comes with Norbert Wiener’s cybernetic and the first artificial neural network by McCulloch and Pitts. People like John Von Neumann, that formalized the architecture followed byt most of modern computer, wrote books like “The Computer and the Brain” giving early idea that computer purpose was to mimic human brain. Turing and Champernowne even created in 1948 an algorithm, the Turochamp, to win at chess. The historical race to achieve an “artificial intelligence” creates computer, not the contrary.What change since? Why are we “rediscovering” Artificial Intelligence now? Because now we have data, huge pile of it thanks to the internet. And most important, we are better and better to process them. Remember the previous big hypes of “Big Data” and then “Cloud”? All of these was considered as modern prerequisites to build the next-gen “artifical intelligence”. Why? Because of the 1996 No Free Lunch Theorem and the 2001 Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data paper.The NFL theorem, demonstrated by David Wolpert, says that on a set of undertermined data, without apriori assumption, you can’t predict if a machine learning algorithm/model will be more suitable thanan other. So you have to make assumption on your data. So you have to look and understand at your data. And as to make accurate assumption you must have a representative dataset, this put an early prevalence of the data over algorithm. Something that was not obvious in the field at that time.The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data paper by Michele Banko and Eric Brill (Microsoft) shows that most of algorithms performed identically on very complex problem once they had a huge quantity of data. For small and medium dataset, algorithms does matter.These two papers change the vision we had on machine learning capabilities by putting the data before the algorithm. As companies want to optimize their margin and that developping complex algorithm is more costly that generating or gathering data, that’s why we had this Big Data/Cloud -> AI evolution.This section may have less to do with cybersecurity, but I think it was worse to notice these point to understand that it is really a hype. We have to acknowledge advancement both in academic research and technological application, but there have been in the past recent hype like this one and there will be in the future.Modern AI field is generally breakdown in severals discipline that can be presented as below :Expert system : automation of an expertise cognitive. Very specialized, very accurate for what is designed but very bad at learning new things (to update)Machine-learning : solve problem or improve performance based on data. This field gained big advancement recently, solved a lot of limitation by old-pa Expert System and fueled other field’s advancement.Natural Language Processing : improve the interaction between human and machine by the use of natural (“human”) language, in opposition to “machine oriented” ones that are programming language.Organization and planningRobotics : the “golem” dreams quest, with both a physical envelop in which we incorporate/inject cognition and knowledgeVision : imagery analysisThe field that are used is cybersecurity since the beginning is Expert System. The field that is used and in good maturation is nowadays machine-learning. The emergent field in cybersecurity is Natural Langage Processing (and not just for spam/scam detection).B) Cybersecurity Jobs AreaCybersecurity is a very very broad area, with a lot a specialities :(source : Cybersecurity Work Force Framework - US-CERT)While the most common jobs that come to mind are related with security incident handling, penetretion testing (“ethical hacking”), digital forensics, supersion, … you also have a wide range of jobs that are gravitating around it, such as head hunter, cyberinsurrance actuary, public relation, … Cybersecurity people need boss that can manage them, think strategically, organize the work and plan the realization, …With digitalization of companies, the global work force is always pushed toward more contact with electronics machines. Computer technologies and networking (a.k.a. “cyber”) is a transversal field that can incorporate in most of other job area. It create new “cyber” zone that you need to prodect. Industrial System, Automotive, healthcare. You can be good at reversing windows x64 malware but not knowing how to deal with ICS threats. You can be good at firewalling but not knowing how to implement a machine-learning algorithms for traffic classification.The “cyberization” of modern societies is creating a huge demand in hybrid job profil where you have both to know cybersecurity and the application field, such as automotive, UAV, finance or agriculture.C) The case of the antivirus industryFirst antivirus companies such as GDATA, Dr Salomon, Norton or McAfee are born in the 1980’s. Internet connexion and personnal computer were a niche in comparaison to today. What they create was basically expert systems that automate the detection (scanner) and the disinfection (remover) of computer virus, two tasks that were previously devoted at 100% to human specialized analyst. From the start, antivirus were incorporating “AI”.With the exponential development of home Internet connexion at the end of the 1990’s, malware were no more constraint to propagate on physical device such as CDROM or floppy disk. But as a two-edge sword, it was also way more easy to update the antivirus database.The continual race between malware author and antivirus analyst force both sides too sharp their evasion or detection techniques. While in early 1990’s their was a bunch of new virus a week, there are know thausend of hundred of new samples a day. An expert system can’t learn that fast, so antivirus had to evolve. Thanks to the Moore’s law and the lower and lower cost on data storage, computer were able to support more consuming detection algorithms and malware behavioural detection emerge in the 2000 as a complementary mechanism of defence, instead of the only static signature detection. The use of classification trees became a must-have.At the end of the 2000’s decade, antivirus leverage cloud computing to both process huge quantity of malware-sets and also to create “community-based” detection, where each antivirus agent installed on a computer could send over the network unknown pieces of softwares. They were compared with the reputation of this code, their popularity among the user base was assess, and this large scale gathering process allow to respond more quickly and propagate more quickly detection over new malware family.With the “Big Data”/”Cloud” capabilities, it was also way more pertinent to leverage machine-learning algorithms. A typical use case was to use the execution logs of programs gathered by the behavioural engine, to create feature vector used to train machine-learning model and neural network.During the 2010 until today, the huge advancement of the deep learning research and technological fields allow to counter rare threats. You may have heard of these “cyberespionnage” cases were advanced cybercrime groups or intelligence agencies were crafted custom malwares for each operation, targeting only a hundred of people in the world. If you followed me until here then you see that we have data quantity issue (“class imbalance”). How to train accuratly a model with just a handfull of malicious samples, if not only one? These is were algoritms used by computer vision algorithms entered in the space, allowing to create automatically detection rules with low recall and good precision from a single one sample.Antivirus is just one of the activities that constitute cybersecurity. But I take it as an example to show you that they constantly turn themself toward more automation, more “Artificial Intelligence” but yet achieve to be a 40 years old industry that is still hiring people.For the vast majority of “commodity” malware, antivirus analyst don’t have to know how to reverse it anymore (ok, it is caricatural) but they have to know how to train or even create machine-learning models. The tasks change, the job stay.E) ConclusionCybersecurity jobs will not die because of AI.Digitalization of societies makes more and more companies and people reliying on computer devices and computer networks, creating a huge need in classical cybersecurity as well as new techniques specifics to these non-computer fields.And to go even farer, AI itself will need its guardian! You will have to be sure that your models and algorithms implementation don’t have vulnerabilities. You will have to perform intrusion testing of these systems. You will have to be able to protect them against malicious generative adversarial networks (GAN).Like any technology advancement, it change things. Some will die, some will be new.

What are some examples of "the last known photo of"?

Lars MittankLars Mittank was a German backpacker traveling in Bulgaria in July, 2014. While there, he supposedly took part in an altercation that resulted in a busted eardrum. He received medical attention, but family and friends were worried when they received cryptic texts from him saying he was being followed by four men.Lars MittankAt a local airport, he wanted to see a doctor to make sure it was safe for him to fly. This still is from security camera footage, which captured Lars sprinting out without his luggage, and then hopping a fence and going into the woods. He has not been seen since.Marco SiffrediIn 2001, Frenchman Marco Siffredi made history when he became the first man to snowboard down Mount Everest via the Norton Couloir, a gorge running down the mountain’s northern face. Amazing as that is, Siffredi wasn’t pleased – he wanted to snowboard down the Hornbein Couloir to the west of the summit, but there wasn’t enough snow.Marco SiffrediUndeterred, he returned the following year. After more than 12 hours of climbing, Siffredi reached the summit but was exhausted and possibly disoriented from altitude sickness. This photo was snapped just before he took off down the mountain, and was never seen again.Hannah GrahamThis photograph is of Hannah Graham, a college student who was last seen walking down a hallway before going missing. Hannah went out partying one night; no one knew where she was until she texted some friends that she was lost and on her way to a party.Hannah GrahamWitnesses also claimed to have seen her at a diner and possibly being forced into an older man’s car. Despite a thorough search, neither hide nor hair of her was found… until five weeks after her disappearance, when her remains were located. The aforementioned older man, who’d only met her that night, was convicted of taking her life.Elisa LamForewarning – this one’s terrifying. The young woman peering out of the elevator is 21-year-old Elisa Lam, a Canadian college student who was staying at the Cecil Hotel during a visit to Los Angeles.Elisa LamThe full footage shows Elisa entering and exiting the elevator repeatedly, and behaving erratically and fearfully, as if someone – or something – is after her. A model student, she went missing the same day this footage was taken, and found only three weeks later – inside one of the hotel’s water tanks. How she got inside the tank, or replaced its heavy lid, is anyone’s guess. Her passing remains unsolved.Geraldine LargayThe woman pictured here looks so happy, and it’s heartbreaking to realize this is the last photo ever taken of her. She’s Geraldine Largay, who decided to hike along the Appalachian trail alone, and it was taken the morning she disappeared, in July, 2013.Geraldine LargayShe would remain missing for two years. Finally, her remains were discovered by an Animal Planet film crew shooting a documentary on a completely unrelated subject. Her journal was also found, showing she’d survived 26 days in the wilderness, and knew that she was about to perish. Tragically, she was only about 30 minutes away from civilization.Madeleine McCannThis photo of a happy family relates to the “most heavily reported missing-person case in modern history.” How so? It’s the last known photo of 3-year-old Madeleine McCann (the girl on the right) briefly before her mysterious and much-publicized disappearance in May, 2007.Madeleine McCannIn a scenario that’s probably every parent’s worst nightmare, she was snatched from her bed in the middle of the night when the family was vacationing in Portugal. Authorities both there and in the U.K. pursued multiple leads and suspects, including looking into her parents, but no suspects were ever charged and she was never found.Hari SimranKnowing the backstory behind this selfie makes it heartbreaking. The man who took it, American yoga instructor Haru Simran, sent it to his wife during a shared vacation in Mexico, along with the caption “Looking down on you.”Hari SimranWanting to go for a hike alone, he took it on a cliff overlooking their hotel. The photo would be his last. He later texted his wife again, saying he had walked too far, and disappeared. His body was found four days later after a large-scale rescue operation, and it was reported he likely fell from a high cliff.Lisa AuLisa Au’s disappearance has been dubbed “Hawaii’s most mysterious unsolved mystery.” In 1982, Lisa, a 19-year-old hairdresser, left her boyfriend’s sister’s apartment after having dinner with them. It was the last time she would be seen… alive.Lisa AuHours later, her car was found on a highway, with the window rolled down despite the downpour. Ten days later, her badly decayed remains were found at a completely different location. Disturbingly, witnesses reported seeing a car with flashing blue lights tailing Lisa’s car. Could a cop, or somebody posing as one, had been involved? We don’t know, as the case was never solved.Lauren SpiererWe live in the age of constant surveillance, which has changed our lives in some imperceptible ways. Take Lauren Spierer, for instance. When this 20-year-old Indiana University student vanished in June, 2011, her last night was documented almost in its entirety by security cameras, which is where this still is taken from.Lauren SpiererShe was last seen leaving a friend’s apartment at 4:30am, walking on the road barefoot. Many theories were floated – including ones related to substance abuse – but nothing was ever proven and she remains missing to this day.Lisanne Froon and Kris KremersThis perfect selfie shows Dutch tourists Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers, all smiles as they were hiking through a jungle paradise in panama in April, 2014. The two were supposed to be accompanied by a guide, but went into the dense woods a day earlier and simply vanished.Lisanne Froon and Kris KremersWeeks later, some of their belonging were recovered, including their cell phones and camera. The phones showed they tried calling emergency services for 11 days, while the camera had a series of 90 photos taken in near complete darkness. Eventually, some of their skeletal remains were found, but to this day no one knows what happened.Rolf BaeThis photo shows Norwegian adventurers Rolf Bae and Cecilie Skog sharing a kiss, just before they’d make the ascent to the summit of K2, the second-highest mountain in the world. They were no amateurs – Cecilie was the first woman to stand at both poles AND the tallest peaks of every continent.Rolf BaeThey loved nothing more than climbing together, but that passion would claim Rolf’s life. On their way down K2, Rolf ventured out under an ice cliff. The cliff collapsed, and took Rolf into the void with it. Cecilie then had to continue the descent without her husband.Brian ShafferIn detective fiction, there’s a sub-genre called “locked-room mystery,” where it seems impossible for a criminal to have committed the crime in question without being detected. In real life, that’s exactly what (maybe) happened to Brian Shaffer.Brian ShafferIn March, 2006, this 27-year-old med student from Ohio State University celebrated the first day of spring break by going on a bar crawl with friends. Their last stop was The Ugly Tuna Saloon in Columbus, Ohio. Security camera footage caught Brian as he was taking the escalator up to the bar. There is, however, no evidence of him leaving, and no trace of him was ever found.An unknown hikerThis photo shows a stunning natural scene. It was taken opposite the famous granite dome known as Half Dome, on the eastern end of Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park, California.An unknown hikerThe photo was the very last one snapped by an unnamed man, who’d been missing for a month after hiking in the park. The photo came from his phone, which was found in his backpack at the top of a cliff. Tragically, the man’s remains were located at the bottom of that cliff, and it’s assumed he lost his footing and fell to his doom.Dan WallickAir Force Lt. Col. Dan Wallick was no stranger to adversity, as he served four years in the Defense Department’s Strategic Command. His true passion, however, was hiking, which he loved doing through the mountains of Colorado.Dan WallickHe was supposed to meet up with a couple of his friends to continue the hike, but Wallick – an Iraq and Afghanistan War veteran – never made it. He had been lost for four days, when his remains were finally found at the bottom of a treacherous cliff from which he must have fallen. This is the 41-year-old Bronze Star winner’s last known photo.Gary BoxThis photo represents selfless heroism and the ultimate sacrifice. The firefighter is 35-year-old Gary Box, and he’s running towards the World Trade Center Towers on September 11, 2001. He would never return, and his remains have not been found to this day, leaving his family completely without closure.Gary BoxThen, nine years later, they finally got it, in the form of a photograph taken by a complete stranger. It showed a firefighter running through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel toward the Towers, while cars were stuck in traffic. It was taken by a Danish businessman, also stuck in the tunnel, who happened to snap Gary’s last photo.Jennifer KesseWe’re going to break from this article’s norm, but only because this is like something out of a horror movie. Florida resident Jennifer Kesse was 24 when she disappeared in January, 2006. Jennifer went to work and then left at the normal end of the workday – it would be the last time she’s ever seen.Jennifer KesseOn the way home, she spoke to her parents, then her boyfriend. The following morning, she – and her car – vanished. The creepiest part? At around noon, someone was caught on camera parking her car near an apartment complex and walking away. Unbelievably, their face was obscured by the railing, and they were never identified.Kenny VeachKenny Veach’s November, 2014, disappearance, which is straight out of The X-Files, can be traced back to an offhanded YouTube comment. Kenny commented that he was a long-distance hiker and mentioned an encounter with a capital M-shaped cave that unnerved him.Kenny VeachHe said the aforementioned cave in the Nevada mountains gave him a strange feeling that spooked him so much that he left without recording its location. Then, a month later, he commented again on the same video, saying he was going to try and find it. This is the last anyone’s ever heard of him. Whether he found the cave or not, he simply vanished.Natalee HollowayThe young woman in the middle of this photo is Natalee Holloway, an 18-year-old college student who disappeared in May, 2005, during a high school graduation trip to the Caribbean island of Aruba. She was last seen outside a restaurant/nightclub, in the company of three men – Joran van der Sloot and two others.Natalee HollowayNo charges were ever filed against them. Despite unprecedented search-and-rescue efforts, neither Holloway nor her remains were ever found. On May 30, 2010 – five years to the day since Holloway’s disappearance – van der Sloot took the life of another woman in Peru, and was convicted this time.David JohnstonThis photograph caught a man just before a historic, and catastrophic, occurrence – one which he was the first to witness. What do we mean? Well, this is United States Geological Survey volcanologist David Johnston, 13 hours before his passing as a result of the May, 1980, eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington state.David JohnstonIt was the most disastrous volcanic eruption to occur in the continental U.S. since 1915, and Johnston had a front row seat. “Vancouver! Vancouver! This is it!” he transmitted, before a blast sent him flying. His remains were never found.Tara GrinsteadThis is one of the last known photographs taken of beauty queen and high school history teacher Tara Grinstead. Then 30, Tara had been missing since October, 2005. One night before her disappearance, she visited a beauty pageant and attended a barbecue.Tara GrinsteadThe following week, when she failed to show up for work, co-workers called the police. At her home, there were no signs of forced entry or a struggle. In 2017, 11 years later, a tip led to an arrest. The culprit was a former student of hers, who broke into her house and attacked her, later disposing of the body.Natalia Molina ValenzuelaIn the age of social media, the last photos of people may come from the people themselves. This photo is a case in point. It was posted to social media on September 2, 2016, by a Colombian woman named Natalia Molina Valenzuela, who was a crew member on the Norwegian Pearl cruise ship.Natalia Molina ValenzuelaA mere six days later, when the ship was sailing through Funter Bay off the coast of Alaska, Molina jumped overboard. The U.S. Coast Guard searched for her for 42 hours, covering 340 square miles, but there was no sign of her. She was 24.George Mallory and Sandy IrvineIf this one seems like it was taken on a hostile alien planet – it’s because it sort of was. It was taken June, 1924, at base camp of the world’s highest mountain – Mount Everest. English mountaineers George Mallory and Andrew “Sandy” Irvine were part of a 1924 British expedition that tried to achieve the first ascent to the mountain’s summit.George Mallory and Sandy IrvineThe first two attempts were unsuccessful, and on the third Mallory and Irvine vanished. It was never conclusively proven whether they’d actually reached the top. Seventy-five years after disappearing, Mallory’s remains were found, showing signs of a fatal fall.Maura MurrayThis is University of Massachusetts Amherst nursing student Maura Murray, who disappeared on February 9, 2004 – five days after Facebook launched. The 21-year-old told professors she’d be taking a week off due to a death in the family – which turned out to be a lie.Maura MurrayShe then packed a bag, withdrew some money, and bought adult beverages. The black-and-white photo seen here is from the ATM’s camera. Murray got into her car and headed out of town, only to crash it on a snowbank. Police arrived on the scene 10 minutes later, but Maura was already gone – and hasn’t been seen since.Amy Wroe BechtelThis is one of the last publicly available photographs of 24-year-old Amy Wroe Bechtel, who went for a jog and never returned. Considering she vanished in July, 1997, there are shockingly few clues as to what might’ve happened.Amy Wroe BechtelHer car was discovered parked on the side of the road in Shoshone National Forest, but provided no clues. An intensive 10-day search-and-rescue operation found virtually nothing else. At one point, Amy’s husband Steve (seen next to her) was suspected, but he had an alibi. A $25,000 reward went unclaimed for so long that the family converted it into two college scholarships in Amy’s name.Sherry Lynn MarlerThere’s no mistaking this photo – it’s from the 1980s. It’s also one of the last ones ever taken of 12-year-old Sherry Marler before her unsettling disappearance in June, 1984. She and her stepfather were in a bank, and he gave her a dollar to buy herself a soda.Sherry Lynn MarlerShe was last seen exiting the bank, and crossing the road to the gas station across from it. When her stepdad returned to his truck 15 minutes later, she was gone. By the end of 1984, there’d been three possible sightings of Sherry – all unconfirmed, all placing her with a strange man, all saying she looked completely out of it. She has not been found to this day.Rebecca CoriamThere’s unsettling, and then there’s Rebecca Coriam. The 24-year-old was living her dream working on the Disney Wonder cruise ship when she disappeared in March, 2011. Had she gone overboard, as the cruise company claimed, had she taken her own life, or was there something more sinister at play?Rebecca CoriamCCTV captured her last images, at 4:45am the day she vanished. She paced the deck wearing baggy men’s clothes and tugging at her hair, looking distraught. The only trace of her remaining was a pair of flip-flops found near a swimming pool. But if she was truly gone, why had her bank accounts been accessed months later?Mary BadaraccoIt seems like everyone knows what happened to Mary Badaracco – it’s just that nothing can be conclusively proven. What do we know? She was last heard from on August 19, 1984. Her personal effects were completely gone as well, but her car was parked outside her home, with the driver’s side windshield smashed inwards.Mary BadaraccoHer car keys and her wedding ring, meanwhile, were on the kitchen counter. Her husband, who allegedly had been unfaithful and possibly abusive, told police he paid her a large sum of money to go away, and admitted smashing the car’s windshield. Her daughters don’t believe Mary, a new grandmother, would do that, though.Paula Jean WeldenIf she were alive today, Paula Jean Welden would be 91 years old. When she vanished in 1946, however, she was only 18. A sophomore in Vermont’s Bennington College, she got off work and wanted to hike the state’s famous Long Trail.Paula Jean WeldenSince no one wanted to tag along, she went alone. A group of other hikers met her on the trail, and she asked them some questions about it. They’d be the last to see her. Paula Jean wasn’t alone, though. Between 1920 and 1950, as many as ten people disappeared in that region, with some attributing the disappearances to either Bigfoot or UFOs.Grace MillaneSometimes, paradise can turn into something quite different. This was the case for 22-year-old British backpacker Grace Millane, who disappeared in New Zealand while hiking there just a day before her birthday. Through CCTV footage, local police had been able to pinpoint Grace’s last sighting – the Sky City entertainment complex in Auckland, on the evening of December 1, 2018.Grace MillaneTragically, her remains were discovered in a rural area a week later – a rarity for the tranquil island that led to a public outpouring of grief and comments even from the prime minister. A man is currently on trial for allegedly ending her life, but has entered a not-guilty plea.Mollie TibbettsDon’t let the face this young woman is making fool you – 20-year-old University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts was vivacious, sporty, and loved life and working with children. The still image is taken from a short, impromptu video recorded by her friend and co-worker Jarrett Rose that showed Mollie simply goofing off on July 17, 2018.Mollie TibbettsThe following day, she went for a jog near her home in the small town of Brooklyn, Iowa, and was never seen alive again. More than a month later, a man was arrested by police and led them to her remains. He’s currently standing trial.Audrey HerronIn August, 2002, it wasn’t just a woman who disappeared, but her car did as well. Audrey May Herron, a 31-year-old mother of three, finished her shift as a nurse in a healthcare facility in Catskill, New York. She then got into her car and started her drive home – about 12-15 miles.Audrey HerronShe has not been seen again in the 17 years that have passed since, and neither has her car, both completely vanishing off the face of the Earth. Audrey had received a substantial pay raise the day she disappeared, and was said to be completely devoted to her kids, making a voluntary disappearance unlikely.Kristen ModafferiConsidering her disappearance was so bizarre, it’s somehow fitting that the last known photo of Kristen Modafferi – snapped at a museum – was taken with her back to us, obscuring her face as her fate has been since she vanished in June, 1997.Kristen ModafferiNot long after her eighteenth birthday, Kristen finished her shift at a San Francisco coffee shop and told co-workers she might go to a beach party. Forty-five minutes after her shift ended, she was seen with a blonde woman who has never been identified. Kristen was last seen withdrawing money from an ATM, and then she simply vanished into thin air. She remains missing today.LaRece Simone HawkinsCarefree, smiling… and missing since May, 2018. LaRece Hawkins was an aspiring actress, and at 24 she was starting to get traction in the L.A. theater scene. She seemed to have all the reasons to be optimistic about her future. This photo, taken from her Instagram account, is the last she’d ever post.LaRece Simone HawkinsChillingly, she captioned it, “Going places and Doing BIG things! You may not know me now, but one day you’ll want to!” LaRece was last seen aboard the Escape, a Norwegian cruise ship. She went missing while it was 80 nautical miles from Atlantic City, New Jersey, and was never heard from again.Patricia KriegerMost of the time, people who disappear under suspicious circumstances are alone. For 65-year-old Patti Krieger, it was the exact opposite. In October, 2010, she was hiking the Sauk Mountain Trail in Washington along with six other people, including her fiance, and her 100-pound Rottweiler, Bear.Patricia KriegerThat hike is where this photo was taken. Patti and Bear separated from their group and went down the wrong trail. The others called out to her, but being hard of hearing, she kept going. So did they, assuming they’d link back to her later. They never did. Three weeks later, Bear was found on the mountain, alone. Patti has never been found.Matt WeaverIn the age of social media, it may well be that the last photo a person leaves may be digital – and not include themselves at all. Such was the case for Matt Weaver, a 21-year-old who went hiking in California’s Topanga Lookout Trail and never returned. This photo is the last he’d post to social media.Matt WeaverHours later, he texted a lady friend incoherently, telling her, “I just (want) to talk while I have the chance.” She texted him back, but received no reply. An investigative report revealed Weaver knew he would be confronted with potentially dangerous criminal activity – that may have cost him his life.Diana ZachariasFrom the outset, it seemed like Diana Zacharias’ dream of visiting the Grand Canyon was doomed. This 22-year-old Northwestern State University of Louisiana student hitched a ride to the airport with her dad in April, 2016, only to learn her plane broke down.Diana ZachariasHe drove her to another airport, and she made another flight – and wouldn’t be seen alive again. She set this selfie as her Facebook profile picture the day she went missing. When her mom texted to ask if she’s on her way to the airport to go home, Diana replied, “No, I am not going.” Four months later, her remains were found.Amy Lynn BradleyAmy Lynn Bradley disappeared from a large cruise ship named Rhapsody of the Seas in March, 1998. She was traveling with her family on a weeklong cruise, and this photo is the last one ever taken of her, alongside her brother, just one day prior.Amy Lynn BradleyThe 23-year-old was last seen by her dad in the early morning, but he found she was missing later in the day. The ship was on its way to Curacao at the time, and a thorough search upon arrival turned up nothing. Despite numerous potential sightings through the years, Amy remains missing – and may have fallen victim to human trafficking.Source : Chilling last photos of people before they went missing | Geeky Camel

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