REPORT: Boy with GoPro finds body of woman who disappeared in 1992

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REVELSTOKE, British Columbia – The family of a Canadian woman who disappeared in 1992 finally know what happened to their loved one, thanks to 13-year-old Max Werenka and his GoPro camera.

Max, whose family owns cabins on Griffin Lake near Revelstoke, BC, spotted what appeared to be a submerged vehicle around 15 feet below the surface of the mountain lake, which is just off the Trans-Canada highway, the CBC reports.

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His family notified the Mounties and when officers arrived to investigate, Max led them to the site before diving in and recording video to confirm that it was a car. Officers later hauled a 1986 black Honda Accord from the lake. Inside was the body of Nancy Farris, a 69-year-old Vancouver Island resident who had disappeared while driving to a wedding in Alberta 27 years earlier.

“I think the worst thing was not knowing,” says her son, 62-year-old George Farris. “Given a sad situation, it’s the best of all outcomes.”

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1 Comment

  1. Anne September 10th, 2019 at 5:07 pm

    The greatest comfort for the deceased’s loved ones is closure. They can now lay so many, once unanswered, questions to rest.


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