Once again another birthday has rolled around for the Charley Project: having worked for months to set it up, I launched the site seven years ago today. It remains the largest missing persons site online, in terms of number of cases (though I think NamUs will eventually catch up and knock Charley to second place) and the most detailed one. It gets about 4,000 to 6,000 unique visits a day. (5,244 average this month, so far.)
Here’s to all the missing people out there, and their families who wait and wonder. I’m going to keep on keeping on with Charley for as long as I am able.