Legions of the disappeared

My friend Sean Munger, who runs Charley’s Twitter feed, has published another blog entry — one in a series of four so far — profiling some of the Charley Project’s more puzzling and frustrating cases.

This time he wrote about:

Wojciech Fudali (22, missing from Rhode Island since 2008, I’ve blogged about him before);
Myoung “Mike” Noah (60, missing from California since 2007);
Asha Degree (9, missing from North Carolina since 2000);
Benjamin Cannon (20, missing from Nebraska since 1995);
Anna Christian Waters (5, missing from California since 1973); and
Ruth Baumgardner (22, missing from Ohio since 1937).

He’s got some intriguing info on Mike Noah that I don’t have on Charley. I wonder where he found it.

8 thoughts on “Legions of the disappeared

  1. seanmunger October 14, 2012 / 8:03 pm

    Thanks so much for posting a link! I got the info on Mike Noah from a news article that was run shortly after his disappearance. I want to say it was linked from the Project Jason page on him, but I’m not quite sure.

  2. Kim October 14, 2012 / 11:55 pm

    Asha’s and Anna’s disappearances are the strangest. Both sadly fascinating.

    • Emma l October 16, 2012 / 7:06 am

      I was thinking about Asha the other day but I couldnt remember her name. Most baffling to me is the part where they say motorists saw her out walking alone by a highway at 3am. Why the hell didnt anyone stop? Very odd.

      • Meaghan October 16, 2012 / 7:21 am

        It may have been that by the time they saw her, it was too late to stop. It may not have been that easy to pull over either.

      • Kim October 16, 2012 / 8:14 pm

        According to a motorist that stopped, she ran off into the woods when she saw him. It was a rural secluded area. Ashleigh Banfield did a story on Asha 2 years ago. Very odd what happened not to mention her belongings found 25 miles away. There was an abandoned shed near the road where she was seen. I wonder if she ran into maybe a transient there and that is where she was mt with harm. Very baffling. I would have called police the minute I saw her by the road.

    • Meaghan October 15, 2012 / 2:36 pm

      If you’re suggesting someone Sean should write about, comment on his blog instead of mine.

  3. morgan October 16, 2012 / 11:02 pm

    the Rainbow Family and Rainbow gatherings are awful people and awful places where many people die of drinking themselves to death or getting beat to death. people always think of rainbow gatherings as just a bunch of happy hippies sitting around on acid playing guitar, but it’s not that. it’s a bunch of awful, emotionless, alcoholic THIEVES. take it from someone who has been to gatherings – rainbow gatherings are still around, and people still die every year. it would not surprise me if they just left Benjamin somewhere in the woods with alcohol poisoning. it happened to my friends.

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