The latest photos from the Old Fort landslide have revealed a peculiar if not haunting face at the very head of the mess.
Alaska Highway News took to the sky with pilot Bob Fedderly on June 24 to get a look at the slide's movement toward the Peace River. The half-mooned face was unmistakable, ghost-like with a drooping eye and curled lip.
The slide has moved 235 metres, or the length of two-and-a-half football fields, since reactivating on June 18. The back scarp at the head of the slide has dropped at least 9.2 metres since.
The front scarp, where the face was found, has moved up to 15 metres, and was continuing to slough and slump on Thursday morning.
Read the June 25 update on the slide by clicking here.
View more photos from the landslide in our gallery below.
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