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When a U.S. citizen disappears in a foreign country, the family quickly finds that they're on their own. We've been there and want to help.
The scenic valleys of Kullu and Parvati -- known alternately as the “hash trail” or the “hummus trail”-- are not just a hippie haven. Since 1998, more than 20 foreigners have gone missing from the hills, and most disappearances remain unsolved. Tourist traffic continues despite Parvati Valley’s ominous nickname: the Valley of Death.Continue
Posted by Jeff Dunsavage on January 3, 2017 at 8:49pm
Posted by Jeff Dunsavage on December 20, 2016 at 9:00pm
An American citizen who has lived in Mazatlán for the last 10 years is being sought by family members and friends after he disappeared on Tuesday October 25. O’Neil McGean, originally from Arizona according to a report by the Sinaloa website Café Negro, left his home about 9:00pm Tuesday to meet someone but did not return.Continue
Posted by Jeff Dunsavage on November 2, 2016 at 8:28pm
Verna Martens has amassed a thick file folder of notes and documents and hounded government officials in Canada and Honduras with letters and phone calls since her son was shot and killed in 2009.
A few days ago, a consular official told her that police in the Central American country had a suspect in custody.
He and his wife, Krissy, had vacationed there the Christmas…Continue
Posted by Jeff Dunsavage on November 2, 2016 at 8:20pm
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