An Interrupted Journey


 

While driving from Alaska to Washington, a young man would meet a tragic and horrifying end.

On June 14th, 1988, 23-year old Philip Fraser set out from his family’s home in Anchorage, Alaska. He was headed to Olympia, Washington – where he was set to enroll in college (pre-med) and start the next chapter of his life.

However, just five days later – on June 19th, 1988 – Philip’s vehicle would be found burning in Prince George, British Columbia.

Philip and his belongings were nowhere to be found, and over the next several months, investigators would piece together his final days…

Written, hosted, and produced by Micheal Whelan

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Philip Innes Fraser 23, was the son of Shirley and Robert Fraser both prominent physicians in Anchorage.  His murder 30 years ago this month still remains a cold case. Other than a segment on ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ in the early nineties,  there has been little publicity regarding his murder and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police still refuse to release key details

This is one of those stories that we fear,  not just for ourselves- but our loved ones who travel. One of isolation and an open road heading into the unknown. An innocent man with a bright future crosses paths with a phantom transient with rotted teeth. One case in particular haunted me since it originally aired and still haunts me to this very day. His name is Philip Innes Fraser.

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Prince George, British Columbia- June 19, 1988 was suppose to be a typical mild spring…

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