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Pacific Northwest Missing Persons Project

On average, more than 2,400 people get lost in the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest every single year. 

Of those 2,400 people, 92% are recovered alive, 6% are recovered deceased, the other 2% vanish without leaving a trace.
To learn more about the Pacific Northwest Missing Persons Project please visit the website at:

Missing Persons Map:

Use the map below to reference missing persons cases close to where you plan to recreate, or as reference for your own research.

Purple icons: Missing Persons last known location (approximate)
Yellow icons: Unidentified Human Remains located (approximate)

Created by:

Tanner Hoskins

Executive Director, PNWMPP

Map Last Updated: 05/31/2024

Link to PNWMPP website

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