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Rainbow Falls - Christina Calayca disappearance

Rainbow Falls tumbles here from Whitesand Lake at Rainbow Falls Provincial Park near Schreiber, Ontario.  A short trail & boardwalk leads to the site w/ other recreational activities in the area.  In August 2007, 20 year old Christina Calayca was camping with a group of friends at this park following a 14 hour drive from Toronto.  On Monday August 6th, 2007 at 6:30am, she & one of her church friends Eddy woke up early & the two decided to go on a jog.  Eddy wanted to run along Highway 17 while Christina preferred the park trails.  They initially started off together but then decided to split up.  After running for an hour, Eddy returned to camp, however Christina never made it back.  Getting lost, an animal attack, or foul play are all possible theories, yet after a massive search lasting 17 days & spanning the entire park, the search was called off with not a single shred of evidence of Christina ever found.

Copyright: William L
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Taken: 25/08/2017
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Tags: rainbow falls; waterfall; ontario; provincial park; whitesand lake; cold case; disappearance; vanished
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