The Missing Ones by Dan Pontbriand
A True Story

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The Missing Ones is a true account of the disappearance of Blanche and Russell Warren. The young hardworking couple disappeared, seemingly without a trace, while driving a 1927 Chevy sedan from Port Angeles, Washington, to their cabin at near the town of Forks Washington. At the cabin, eagerly awaiting their arrival were their two young sons, age eleven and thirteen. An investigation by the sheriff's department in 1929 failed to find the Warrens. However, evidence collected by investigators suggested that they may have driven into Lake Crescent. The case was largely forgotten until 1954 when a local upstart scuba diving club stumbled upon the story. They passed the story on to National Park divers stationed at Olympic National Park in 2001. This is the story of how the Warrens disappeared into mysterious Lake Crescent, what happened during the 1929 investigation, how the dive club found the story and what they did to help solve the case, and finally how the park rangers solved the case.

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Published August 22, 2012 by Trafford Publishing. 174 pages
Genres: History, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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