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Charles Bryan Gay
Charles Bryan Gay

MISSING since September 26, 2000 from Skagway, Alaska

Police Case #000067130 

Classification:
Endangered Missing
Hair Color:
HAIR
Age Missing:
AGE
Eye Color:
EYE
Gender:
Male Female
Height:
0'0"
Race:
Caucasian
Weight:
### lbs.
Date of Birth:
DOB
Alias/Nickname:
None known.

Identifying Characteristics:
He may have a moustache, beard or goatee.
Circumstances of Disappearance:
Unknown. Gay, a geologist, was last seen in a hotel in Skagway, Alaska on September 26, 2000. He said he was going to hike the Upper Dewey Lake Trail to search rock outcrops for mineral samples. The only evidence that Charles made it to the top was a torn-up, yellowed sign-in book inside a trapper's shack at Upper Dewey Lake, about three miles away and 3,100 feet above town. That Charles had signed the book was discovered by accident, a year after he went missing, when someone noticed pen markings pressed into a crumpled page. With the proper light and angle, the words became clear: "Great day, great hike, but this (expletive deleted) pen ran out of ink. Brian G." Charles often went by his middle name. Gay has never been heard from again. Authorities conducted an extensive search for him shortly after his disappearance, but no evidence related to Gay's whereabouts was discovered. His case remains unsolved.
Investigating Agency/Contact:

Alaska State Troopers: 1-907-776-2552

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