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Missing Hiker Geraldine Largay’s Remains Positively Identified

We offer our condolences to the family of Geraldine "Inchworm" Largay. ~ Photograph by Robert Sutherland

On Friday, October 30, 2015, Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife announced the news that the Office of Chief Medical Examiner used DNA analysis to positively identify the skeletal remains of Geraldine Largay that were found on October 14, 2015 in Redington Township. The Chief Medical Examiner (CME), in conjunction with information from investigators on the case, determined this was […]

Kennebec Ferry Final 2015 Report by David Corrigan

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David Corrigan, the Maine Appalachian Trail Club (MATC) and the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, don’t get enough credit for protecting AT hikers with the Kennebec Ferry. David, of Fletcher Mountain Outfitters, posted his Kennebec Ferry Final Report for 2015 on the MATC webpage.  The link to the entire report is below. David says, I am happy to […]

Details: Missing Hiker Geraldine Largay’s Remains Found

The site where Geraldine Largay's remains were found in Redington Township, Maine.

Corporal John MacDonald, public information officer with the Maine Warden service, announced on Friday morning, October 16, 2015, that they believe the remains of missing Appalachian Trail hiker Geraldine Largay (aka “Inchworm) were discovered on Wednesday, October 14th in Redington Township. Positive identification will be confirmed by the Medical Examiner’s Office, a process that can take weeks.  The […]

Remains of Geraldine “Inchworm” Largay Found

Missing Appalachian Trail Hiker Gerry "Inchworm" Largay

After two years, two months and 24 days the search for Geraldine “Inchworm” Largay — the hiker who vanished from the Appalachian Trail in Maine — has reached a sad end.  The Maine Warden service says Gerry Largay’s remains have been found. Maine Warden Service Public Relations & Information Officer Corporal John MacDonald distributed this […]