Originally Posted by valsaid
Yeah that's a good point. Does NamUs have a category for bi-racial people? I found this one:
He is Chinese/Caucasian. He doesn't seem like a very good match either, but I'm curious for any other bi-racial cases that I might see that are close.
Welcome! I'm a newbie too.
I don't think there are easy to find categories in any of the 'missing' sites, but if you learn to use Google hacks this can really help you. For instance, if you were to type:
site:charleyproject.org asian male 1996
into google you would get this: https://www.google.com/search?q=site...w=1440&bih=735
It will only show you pages from charleyproject.org that contain the words asian
You have to think outside the box a bit - try things like
site:charleyproject.org asian male
site:charleyproject.org filipino male 1996
site:charleyproject.org vietnamese male 1996
site:charleyproject.org pacific male 1996
You can use the same google hack on any site:
site:nampn.org asian male 1996
site:findthemissing.org filipino male 1996
The small problem is, google will only show you pages that are indexed - most pages are indexed but not all of them.
If you have a visual of the missing person (a morgue picture for instance) you can do the same google hack then click on images and you'll get this:
Here is a list of google hacks that may help you in the future - allinanchor:, allintext:, allintitle:, allinurl:, cache:, define:, filetype:, id:, inanchor:, info:, intext:, intitle:, inurl:, link:, related:, site: - though you will probably only really use the site: hack, knowing the others can be useful.