Missing in Alaska

Ken Gerhard

Ken Gerhard

The Alaska Triangle, a region in northwest Alaska, has more unsolved missing person cases than anywhere else in the world. Over 20,000 people have vanished in the past 50 years alone.

Who or what’s behind these cases is unknown. Some believe it’s the work of local predators or simply the rugged, dangerous terrain, but legends thrive in Alaska, and the ominous history of disappearances in the area has drawn comparisons to the Bermuda Triangle.

Missing_In_Alaska_Ken-E (1)Working together with local experts and eyewitnesses, our team of investigators  go case-by-case to gather evidence, conduct tests, examine history and explore local myths to determine the most viable explanation for the disappearances, all while trying to understand the sinister mystery that is the Alaska Triangle.

As a cryptozoologist and field researcher for the Centre for Fortean Zoology, as well as a fellow of the Pangea Institute and consultant for various paranormal research groups I have investigated reports of mysterious animals around the world, including Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, the Chupacabra, Mothman, Thunderbirds and Werewolves. I am also the author of the books Big Bird: Modern Sightings of Flying Monsters and Encounters with Flying Humanoids: Mothman, Manbirds, Gargoyles and Other Winged Beasts, as well as co-author of Monsters of Texas.

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