Graham Murray last seen March 10th, 2011 in Quito, Ecuador heading to Peru on motorcycle.
My friend Graham went missing in Quito, Ecuador on March 10th, heading to Peru on motorcycle. He has been traveling on foot and motorcycle from Mexico (he travels all over the world with one small bag). He's 23. No one has heard from him (he usually emails once a week) in 5 weeks. He's Canadian/American. Embassies, police have been notified. If you know anyone traveling in or living in Quito, Ecuador could you please repost this photo on your facebook. Graham is independent, courageous and super cool. Thank you.
Have put this out on Twitter! I hope he is safe & located soon
This is his facebook: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=25914553
I don't know how to post photos on this thing, I have a better one, if anyone can tell me how to. Thank you.
I posted this on my facebook as well. I noticed he's from Washington State, I am too. I hope you find your friend soon.
There was a post about him in the Peruvian times yesterday, The word is getting out about his disappearance, I hope good news comes soon, Keep your chin up Emma x
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Thank you. His parents and my dad are in Ecuador right now looking for him. The US and Canadian embassies have been very helpful and are retracing his route from Quito to Macas. He was apparently last seen close to Macas in the jungle. There have been various sightings, but nothing yet.
Decided to check this thread to find any updates.
I came across this link : http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=680259
Unfortunately it looks like Graham has passed on. My thoughts are with Graham's family and friends.
Here's a FB Group for Graham: "Find Graham Murray" - https://www.facebook.com/groups/207649939260114/
that's terrible!! sorry for your loss truly!!
Tears ran down my cheek as I read the outcome. Peace to Graham's family. Maybe knowing he loved exploring and he was doing what he loved when his life was taken will give them some peace. I doubt it..... the world can be a harsh place.
I am also very sorry - my thoughts go out to all Graham's friends and family