Update: Still no traces of Jesse Galganov, local authorities all informed

S adly, there are still no traces of Jesse Galganov, the Canadian citizen who went missing at the end of September. The Huaraz Telegraph was informed that Jesse stayed at the Hotel Kame House in Huaraz who confirmed his check-in at 11pm on the 28th of September. The lad from Montreal appears to have travelled using Cruz del Sur and this bus left Peru´s capital Lima at 21:30pm the previous day, which means that he should have arrived around 6am in Huaraz which makes a check-in 17 hours after arrival very odd. Additionally, Jesse bought a return ticket for October the 2nd which he did not use.

The Huaraz Telegraph was further informed that a family member of Jesse is on the way to Peru.  Local authorities such as the Tourist Police, I-Perú and the National Park Huascarán were all informed this morning about the missing of the Canadian.

People who have been in contact with Jesse in the past few weeks, please write to his mother Alisa, who logically is very worried. Her email address is: alisa@alisaclamen.com or contact your local police.

5 Responses to “Update: Still no traces of Jesse Galganov, local authorities all informed” Subscribe

  1. Carols1952@hotmail.com October 17, 2017 at 09:48 #

    Hi Alisa,
    What can I do to help? We do not know each other but I too am a mother and cannot I imagine what you’re going through

  2. Carol October 17, 2017 at 09:48 #

    Alisa, we do not know each other Want to help. Please let me know how.

  3. Mr. Todd Galganov October 17, 2017 at 09:48 #

    Hi. This is the farther. Todd Galganov 1-514-501-7299 in Canada. todd@graffitisigns.com

    • Corinna October 19, 2017 at 09:48 #

      Hi Todd – Corinna here from Montreal – thinking of you and your family – hoping and praying for Jesse’s safe return. If there’s anything I can do on this end, please let me know _ i have sent out the links through my social media accounts and my school – … spreading the word…
      Much love – warm hug
      xoxo – Corinna

  4. Tammy October 20, 2017 at 09:48 #

    I was told by hikers that have been to that area to ask the parking attendants for information. They see everything that is going on

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