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I was working on a story about the phenomenon in Alaska of ordinary people disappearing while doing ordinary things.
So it wasn’t until crew members found a human skull that they stopped to consider that the pieces might go together. Listen to the audio version of this article: Feature stories, read aloud: download the Audm app for your i Phone.
On February 24, 2004, he had been home from an oil-rig job for just a few days when he left Soldotna in his red Dodge truck to pick up a paycheck in Anchorage, about 150 miles away.
The company confirmed that Rick had gotten his check that day, but his truck was found two days later, plowed into a snowbank in the town of Sterling, just 15 miles from home.
He described the case as tragic for the family but typical of what troopers dealt with almost every day.
More than 3,000 people had been reported missing the previous year in Alaska, a state with a population smaller than San Francisco’s.
He might have eaten poison berries, by accident or by design—the location was ideal for someone who wanted to vanish, and Alaska is famous for attracting dropouts, runaways, and end-of-the-roaders who wish to conduct a life, and sometimes a death, in isolation.