Missing Persons of the Pacific Northwest
Each year, on average, 1,100 people get lost in the Pacific Northwest. Of those 1,100 people that get lost, approximately 90% are found alive, 8% are located deceased, and the remaining 2% seemingly vanish without a trace.
In 2021 requests from friends and family members of the missing began to appear in our inbox. Requests were simple, to keep an eye out for their loved one or their loved one's personal belongings, while we followed-up on reports of sasquatch encounters.
We hope that through our efforts we can bring awareness to these cases, keep hope alive for families of the missing, and bring closure to those who remain without answers.
Missing Adults of the Pacific Northwest
State of Oregon
State of Washington
Missing Children of the Pacific Northwest
State of Oregon
Age: 8 years old (at time of disappearance) Height: 4 foot 6 inches tall. Weight: Last seen wearing: - Snow suit (unknown color) - carrying a small hatchet. Derrick was last seen near Pelican Butte, in the Winema National Forest, near the town of Rocky Point, Oregon, about 30 miles north of Klamath Falls, Oregon and directly south of Crater Lake, Oregon. Derrick separated from his Father and Grandfather while searching for a Christmas Tree in the area. Search and Rescue crews spent more than 10,000 hours in the months after his disappearance but were unable to find any sign of Derrick. K-9 units were unable to track his scent as well. Foul play has been suspected, but not confirmed.
Age: 8 years old (at time of disappearance) Height: 4 foot 11 inches Weight: 85lbs Wearing: Long sleeved black & green T-shirt Cargo Pants Blue winter coat Red suede slip-on shoes with rubber soles. Description of events: Sammy was last seen by his Father at about 4pm near the Cleetwood Cove area of Crater Lake National Park. Sammy had been looking at the lake when he suddenly darted across the road and up a cinder slope into the woods looking back at his Father before stepping into the tree line and vanishing without a trace. Sammy had a mild form of autism, which manifested itself in a fear of loud noises and bright lights. More than 200 searchers scoured over six square miles of wilderness using K-9s, helicopters, and heat seeking cameras. No sign of Sammy was ever located.