Brandon Crisp – Missing Teen – Latest Updates and Links

UPDATE  – Wednesday, November 5, 2008 | 2:50 PM ET — There has been some sad, discouraging news that a body of a young male has been found in the area police were searching for Brandon Crisp, missing since October 13th.  Police have not confirmed the identity yet. The latest report, made less than an hour ago on local and national news is available on cbc.ca Our prayers are with Brandon’s family.
Here are other updates and links to sites concerning the search for Brandon Crisp.

Nov. 5 – 2008 – Witness Reports second sighting of Brandon Crisp – National Post

Nov, 3 – 2008, 1:00 PM  Latest Update – Barrie Police

See also –
The Facebook Group at –
America’s Most Wanted Web Update at –
Also try –
Anyone with information is asked to call the Barrie Police at (705) 725-7025 ext# 2160
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Help Find Missing Youth – Brandon Crisp

From thestar.com – It’s been two weeks since Brandon left home after an argument over an online video game. His bike was found about 6 miles from home a few days later along the Rail Trail, an abandoned railway line through Oro-Medonte near Lake Simcoe, ON. Sgt.  Dave Goodbrand said Microsoft has agreed to help police track Brandon’s online gaming partners. [end of excerpt] Can you help? Are you an online gamer or internet friend that had any contact with Brandon preceding his disappearance? Perhaps you can help. Call Barrie Police (705)725-7025. Read more for the Star articles, or visit the simcoe.com site set-up for Brandon Crisp.

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Hurricane Ike – Photo-Essay – Disaster Underrated

Many people have been mislead by the media that Hurricanes Ike and Gustav were not that bad with the worst of the storms bypassing the gulf region, but as this picture essay attests, Hurricane Ike and it’s aftermath is a disaster of gargantuan portions. Hurricane Ike was almost 1,000 kms wide and cut a swath through the gulf inundating Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and causing major damage even as it moved inland north-east, even to the fringes in Toronto causing power outages.

This photo montage shows the true devastation of Hurricane Ike

This photo montage shows the true devastation of Hurricane Ike

Boston.com -The Big Picture Sept.15,2008: “In its brief lifespan of only 13 days, Hurricane Ike wreaked great deal of havoc. Affecting several countries including Cuba, Haiti, and the United States, Ike is blamed for approximately 114 deaths (74 in Haiti alone), and damages that are still being tallied, with estimates topping $10 billion” [Source – boston.com]

Donate now to the hurricane victims in the Gulf Region by supporting Project417 today. Two of our volunteers are visiting the disaster to take part in relief efforts.

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