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  1. 15/11/2017 · Appalachian Trail, Wilderness Disappearances, Wilderness deaths, Maine Geraldine Largay, Disappeared July 23, 2013, Body Found October 2015, Redington township, Appalachian Trail, Maine Revised March 2021 Geraldine (Gerry) Largay, aged 68, was a retired air force nurse who had hiked long trails near her home in Tennessee.

  2. 12/11/2017 · Jessie Albertine Hoover, Disappeared May 20, 1983, 100-mile wilderness, south of Baxter State Park, Appalachian Trail, Maine In May 1983, Jessie Albertine Hoover headed out towards Maine, the northeasternmost U.S. state, to hike the Appalachian Trail (A.T.) and to the 100-Mile Wilderness, to the south of Baxter State Park.

  3. 04/05/2020 · May 4, 2020 The unsolved murder of Scott Lilly on the Appalachian trail Scott Lilly, Unsolved murders, Mount pleasant scenic, Virginia On Friday, Aug. 12, 2011, a group of hikers came across a dead body, apparently murdered and lying in a shallow grave along a side trail to Cow Camp Gap Shelter in George Washington–Jefferson National Forest.

  4. 15/03/2021 · On Friday, August 12, 2011, a group of hikers came across a dead body, lying in a shallow grave along a side trail to Cow Camp Gap Shelter in George Washington–Jefferson National Forest. The area is in the Mount Pleasant Special Management Area. The AT/Hotel Trail Loop in the Mount Pleasant National Scenic Area is 7.5 miles long.

  5. 12/08/2020 · unsolved mystery In April of 2017, a man was making his way out along the Appalachian Trail from New York, on his way to walk the entire 2,200 mile distance and then take the Florida Trail down through to Florida’s Key West. It was a daunting adventure to say the least.

  6. 31/05/2016 · May 31, 2016 I Micah Hanks Details on Hiker’s Mysterious Disappearance Finally Released through FOIA Appalachian Trail Geraldine Largay missing 411 Geraldine Largay was spritely and determined for her age.

  7. 02/05/2020 · The most infamous murder on the Appalachian Trail occurred in May 1981 near Pearisburg, Virginia, when the bodies of two hikers, Robert Mountford Jr. and Laura Susan Ramsay, both of Maine, were found in their sleeping bags. Mountford had been shot three times in the face, while Ramsay was stabbed repeatedly with a long nail.