Overview of Alexander Tafralian
Alexander Haig Tafralian was last seen in Manchester, New Hampshire, on July 10, 1963, carrying a large amount of cash. The next day, his car was found abandoned with an unidentified man wiping the steering wheel.
Alexander, who worked as an aluminum windows and siding salesman and may have been a bookie, is described as a loving family man who would not disappear without warning. Police believe he may have met with foul play and searches over the years turned up no sign of him.
In 2013, a dig was conducted in an area near the Manchester Country Club after a metal detector indicated the presence of a metal object buried over a dozen feet under a diverted stream, but nothing was found.
Tafralian's case remains unsolved.