CANADA Canada - Phillip Fraser, 25, Stewart, BC, 18 June 1988

Discussion in 'Cold Cases' started by Danaya, Dec 20, 2010.

  1. Danaya

    Danaya New Member

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    This is such an odd case and I'm surprised no one has posted it. I saw it on the unsolved mysteries website but there is no other information on it on the net. Go to http://unsolved.com/unexplained.html and click on Phillip Innes.
     
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  3. georgiagirl

    georgiagirl Opinionated Southern Belle

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    I cannot find anything online about this other than the link you provided. There IS a convicted murderer named Philip Fraser that comes up....
     
  4. Danaya

    Danaya New Member

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    Hmmm I don't think it's related... I wonder why there isn't any more information, that's pretty odd. It's a spooky story, though.
     
  5. SunnieRN

    SunnieRN Active Member

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    Truly odd! Was the couple that towed the car shown photos of Phillip and sketches of the hitch hiker? Poor young man!
     
  6. smile22

    smile22 Live Laugh Love

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    strange case i just read the details on the link i wonder if someone contacted the ak police department and the canadian law people i wonder how much more info they have. also maybe doing a search on his name to see if anything comes up

    if u go to veromi a bunch come up age range from 70s to 26 guys in the 40s age range and 50s age range come up as people living in co tx ma and washington
     
  7. smile22

    smile22 Live Laugh Love

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    so if this guy took his id and his social and all his important info and wanted to use it to assume his identity wouldn't le have looked into that and if it was used then they would have found out right.?
     
  8. STANDREID

    STANDREID A slacker when slacker wasn't cool

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    I assume this victim is Philip Innes Fraser?
     
  9. The 'Wood

    The 'Wood New Member

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  10. Jets4Life

    Jets4Life Member

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    The statement you are referring to was proven false, as the person claiming to be the man's "brother" did not know that the alleged suspect was in prison at the time, and was not paroled until the 90s. I'm not sure what kind of sick individual would post something that is obviously untrue.
     
  11. The 'Wood

    The 'Wood New Member

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    Hey Jets, the "alleged suspect" ... are you saying the dude's brother was in prison, or the authorities know who the suspect in the sketches is, and found him to have been in prison at the time?

    Edited: Ah I went back and read the original link I had posted and see someone had posted the info there! The "brother" was in prison... Thanks Jets!
     
  12. The 'Wood

    The 'Wood New Member

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    Have not thought about this case in a long time, so just re-reading and re-searching thingss today and found this:
    http://pgnewspapers.pgpl.ca/fedora/repository/pgc:1988-07-18-02 (Check the Tourist Alert section).
    Phillip's parents put an ad in the Prince George paper on July 18th asking him to call... so about a month after his car was found.

    Edit: And again I am posting before reading everything. The parents also posted an ad on July 8th.
     
  13. policyoftruth501

    policyoftruth501 New Member

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    I saw this case reenacted on Unsolved Mysteries. I got the impression the hitch hiker had some mental issues and probably doesn't have the smarts to evade capture for this many years. Because of this I think he's probably incarcerated somewhere, but with different provinces, territories, states,
    and countries involved no one has put two and two together.


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