NamUs has become such a major resource for missing and unidentified people on the internet, and I use a lot of its information on the Charley Project. I got curious as to just how many cases list NamUs as a source, and did a bit of looking into this. For the record, according to my keyword search, the answer is approximately 2,670. That’s around 28% of the 9,500-odd cases listed on Charley. And to think that back when it first came out I was unimpressed and didn’t think I’d use it. Just goes to show that once in awhile you have to eat your words.