I have stumbled across a new collection of MP cases, put together by the National Park Service. This list is by no means exhaustive, I’m sure, but it’s a start, and I see several names I don’t recognize, as well as nuggets of information I didn’t have for cases already on Charley.

For example, it turns out that Trenny Lynn Gibson‘s real name is Teresa. Who knew? Even the NCMEC lists her as Trenny.

Anyway: woo! I hope they keep it current.

4 thoughts on “Sweeeeeet….

  1. Christie Groves September 24, 2017 / 1:10 pm

    Thanks Meaghan I have seen this list myself, but you getting it out there will really help. Thanks so much Christie

  2. Lexi September 24, 2017 / 7:49 pm

    Thanks for sharing. I really enjoyed reading these.

  3. Doris Mallonee (@dorisday1961) September 24, 2017 / 10:30 pm

    I enjoyed reading about these also. I am not a hiker but do appreciate the love of the outdoors! It always makes me wonder what happened to the professional hikers when the become missing . Thanks for the read.

  4. Jaclyn September 25, 2017 / 11:00 pm

    This is always disheartening, I guess for the reason that they are in a recreational area to presumably enjoy the scenery, most of the time, but perhaps just go off into the wild. This brings to mind the movie that just came out, Wind River, based on true accounts of crime on a Native American Indian reservation. I thought of you when they showed this in the movie’s final words — “While missing person statistics are compiled for every other demographic, none exist for Native American women.” I think you’d be very interested in this movie. It’s hard to watch some of the horrible crime in it. I even had to cover my ears and eyes for a very graphic abusive rape scene. Anyway, were you aware that Native American Women go unaccounted for?

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