The movie Poltergeist has some telling things in it.
The over all plot is a little White girl disappearing and supernatural elements (THE TV PEOPLE, as a young child might call a tv producer that raped them) being blamed, because she couldn't possibly have been kidnapped.
The parents don't even go to the police to tell them their daughter is missing (because the police couldn't possibly understand that ghosts took her?).
The beginning has a sequence when the mother rationalizes the girl's strange behavior by explaining how she sleep walked into the back of a man's car as a kid and woke up there without knowing how she got there, but the man was innocent. (A convenient explanation for someone found with a drugged kid waking up in a rape van.)
People's thought processes are often defined by previous exposure to similar situations or stories, it's called priming.
The movie primes parents of missing children to consider possible that ghosts took their kid, rationalize strange child behavior, and not contact the police.
How easy would it be to drug the parents with a bad trip hallucinogen so they would be convinced their child was taken by ghosts or rig a little magic show in their house so they come to that conclusion?
These things, to me, look sophisticated and motivated by wanting to obscure child trafficking, rape, abduction, and drugging.
The 12-year-old ingenue, who finished filming “Poltergeist III” last June in which she starred as the angelic Carol Ann Freeling for the third time, died late Monday afternoon.
A spokeswoman for Children’s Hospital of San Diego identified the cause of death as intestinal stenosis--a severe bowel obstruction that the girl evidently had from birth.
This sometimes happens to child rape victims due to damage to the intestines by the penis of their rapists while very young. The injury causes scar tissue that can form a ring and shrink over time, obstructing the bowels.
Try to be rational goy! Your kid is just copying what they saw in the movie when they say "TV people" did those things. Your house is haunted and ghosts took your kid. Your child was sleep walking into someone's car, don't jump to conclusions. You need to get an exorcist, not the police.