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    An excepert from the summary of an interview with Geraldine Largay's hiking companion contained in the Maine Warden Service case file on the missing Appalachian Trail hiker shows she did not use a compass.

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    Appalachian Trail hiker Geraldine Largay, who disappeared in July 2013 and whose remains were found in October, kept a journal as she survived in the woods for weeks, according to a published report.

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    A photo taken by another hiker and included in the Maine Warden Service report on the disappearance of and search for Appalachian Trail hiker Geraldine Largay shows Largay in the back of the Poplar Ridge lean-to in Redington Township the day before she went off the trail. The note about the photo is part of the file.

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    Warden Roger Guay points out a dangerous area along the hiking trail at Gulf Hagas to fellow Warden Pat Dorian in 1995. Guay, who retired after 25 years with the Maine Warden Service, has been involved in more searches for missing people than he can count. He said hikers have to be prepared, both to stay alive and to help searches find them.

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    Maine Warden Service Sgt. Roger Guay and one of his two dogs search a shed in Randolph in 2004. Guay, who retired after 25 years with the Maine Warden Service, has been involved in more searches for missing people than he can count. He said hikers have to be prepared, both to stay alive and to help searches find them.

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    Lt. Kevin Adam of the Maine Warden Service talks at an Augusta news conference on Oct. 16, about the recent discovery of skeletal remains of missing hiker Geraldine Largay.

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    An excepert from a missing person report contained in the Maine Warden Service case file on missing Appalachian Trail hiker Geraldine Largay shows she did not use a compass.

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    An excerpt from a Maine Warden Service report dated Nov. 12, 2015, on Geraldine Largay.

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    An evidence photo shows the spot where Geraldine Largay's remains were found last fall.

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    A memorial for Geraldine Largay was assembled at her final location, in the rugged woods of Franklin County.

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    George Largay and his wife, Geraldine, are pictured at the Ramsey Cascades in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which straddles the border separating Tennessee and North Carolina, in this photograph posted to Geraldine Largay’s Facebook profile in April 2014. Largay had been missing since July 2014 from a portion of the Appalachian Trail between Route 4 near Rangeley and Route 27 in Wyman Township. Remains believed to be hers were found Wednesday about 3,000 yards from the trail.

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