Your recent hiking logs may help us find a missing plane

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Your recent hiking logs may help us find a missing plane

Post by zihuat » Dec 05 2006 8:53 pm

Help! My niece disappeared in a small plane 9M SW of Sedona, while on a sightseeing trip on 9/24/06. Intensive air-searches have yielded no sign of the plane or its two occupants. Now we are trying to eliminate as many areas as possible.

You can help by sending us details of hikes you've taken in these areas since 9/24 (GPS coords desired, but not necessary):
Sycamore Canyon -- esp. upper reaches like Volunteer Canyon and Little LO Spring.
Casper Mtn and Buck Ridge -- esp the NW slopes, in the shadows/trees.
Mooney, Loy, Hart Well, and Secret Canyons.
West Clear Creek Canyon, Beaver Creek Canyon, and the Mogollon Rim.

If you were out in a remote area ON the same day the plane vanished (9/24/06) anywhere inside an area bounded by Phoenix/Prescott/Williams/Mormon Lake/Payson, then we especially would like to talk or correspond with you.
Even if you saw nothing unusual, that information is still valuable to our search effort.

Details & contact info at
A Google Earth "placemarks" file, showing the search areas and relevant documents is also available at:

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