Wednesday, September 16, 2015

More Missing 411

Sukhjeet Saggu- 20 years
Missing 6/5/15
Chilliwack Lake Provincial Park, BC, Canada
Sukhjeet was with a group of friends walking a large well-known trail from their vehicle at the parking lot to Lindeman Lake. He stated he wanted to run ahead and meet them at the lake. When the friends arrived at the lake, he was not there. The Chilliwack Search and Rescue group was notified along with RCMP.
Just days after the hiker vanished, a helicopter search found his body in a boulder field far off course from the lake trail. Doug Fraser was the SAR supervisor on this event. A June 7, 2015 article from CBC news had this from Doug, “It was very, very strange and difficult to explain why he ended up where he did,” said Fraser. Adding that the boulder field is quite a bit of elevation above the lake and a fair distance from the trail.”
An autopsy showed that Sukhjeet died of blunt head trauma. It was the belief of some that he fell and hit his head. How did he end up in a boulder field? Where did he fall from? This incident matches other cases involving a boulder field.

6 comments:

girl6 said...

Snake Plissken right?
he's SO badass.
perrrrrrfect ending for tonight!

P.E. Cor said...

I love a good mystery and conspiracy theory and I shared your interest in this story until I dug a little deeper. You can read my post about it here. Especially interesting is the comment section with more links included by other skeptics.

Sara said...

Nope. Not guna read those other stories. Scary as hell. Also whhhhyyyyyyyy do people insist on "meeting the group up ahead"???????? Ugh. These stories give me goosebumps.

P.E. Cor said...

Whoops! Those comments were not on my post but the other skeptic's post Things I didn't finish - The Missing 411.

Steve Ring said...

I love the show Disappeared. Some of the cases are really creepy. Of course most of the cases aren't all that mysterious. Prostitutes, drug addicts, suicidally depressed people and other high risk subjects.

Willow Cove said...

Whatever it is, supernatural or science ( the hypothermia theory ) it is weird. The cluster part is strange. Makes me want to wear one of those GPS trackers on me the next time I go into the woods.