OR KYRON HORMAN: Missing from Portland, OR - 4 June 2010 - Age 7

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Kyron's photo is shown age-progressed to 14 years. He was last seen at school on June 4, 2010. Kyron was last seen wearing a black t-shirt with "CSI" in green letters and a handprint graphic. He was also wearing black cargo pants, white socks, and black Sketchers sneakers with orange trim. Kyron may wear glasses.
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Kyron was last seen in Portland, Oregon on June 4, 2010. He usually rode the bus to Skyline Elementary School, where he was a second-grader. The school is in the 11500 block of Skyline Boulevard in a rural area in northwest Portland, about two miles from Kyron's home in the 15700 block of Sheltered Nook Road.

His stepmother, Terri Lynn Moulton Horman, stated she drove him to school because there was a science fair that day and Kyron wanted to set up his exhibit, a display about the Red-Eyed Tree Frog. They arrived shortly after 8:00 a.m. and dropped Kyron's coat and backpack off at his classroom.

A witness saw Terri and Kyron together at 8:15 p.m., in front of Kyron's exhibit. The bell rang at 8:45 a.m. and Terri says she left then. She said Kyron told her he was going to his classroom. He has never been heard from again.

Terri reported Kyron missing at 3:45 p.m., after he failed to arrive home at 3:30 p.m. as scheduled. No one reported having seen Kyron at the school after the 8:45 bell. His teacher marked him absent after classes began at 10:00 a.m.; she thought he was at a doctor's appointment.

Because so many hours had passed since he was last seen, police launched an extensive search immediately. Over the next few days they interviewed all the students and staff at Skyline Elementary School and searched the school, school grounds and the surrounding area. It was one of the largest searches in Oregon history.

Kyron's loved ones described him as timid and stated he would be unlikely to leave the school and go off on his own.


Less than two weeks after Kyron's disappearance, police stopped the search and announced they had upgraded his case from a simple missing child to a criminal investigation.

At the same time, they stated they didn't think Kyron had been abducted by a stranger. They focused on Terri, stating cellular phone records indicated she wasn't where she said she was on the day of her stepson's disappearance.


Investigators questioned Terri's friend, DeDe Spicher, about her possible knowledge of Kyron's disappearance. They searched her home and asked the public if they had seen Terri, her white pickup truck or Spicher on June 4 between 9:45 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Spicher stated knew nothing about Kyron's disappearance and she believed Terri was innocent of any wrongdoing.


Authorities have yet to name a suspect in Kyron's disappearance, in spite of their focus on his stepmother. Kaine speculated Terri caused the child's disappearance in an effort to hurt him, and suggested she may have had help from other individual. Both of Kyron's parents continue to hope that he is alive. His case remains unsolved.

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2010: Kyron Horman disappears in the mystery of the decade

It seemed like the entire state was gripped by the drama and mystery surrounding the disappearance of a 7-year-old boy from Skyline Elementary School near Rock Creek on June 4, 2010.

Years later, the Kyron Horman case file is still open. There are plenty of theories about what happened, but Horman has never been found, and no charges have ever been filed in connection with his disappearance.

 

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I have a question. To anyone who does not believe Terri is responsible...why not? I’ve heard a few decent ideas but nothing to uproot my feet from this side of the fence. I want to know, seriously. No judgment.

To those who do believe Terri is involved, in your opinion, what is the most damning piece of evidence?
 

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I have a question. To anyone who does not believe Terri is responsible...why not? I’ve heard a few decent ideas but nothing to uproot my feet from this side of the fence. I want to know, seriously. No judgment.

To those who do believe Terri is involved, in your opinion, what is the most damning piece of evidence?
I can't help myself but answer this question.

The only thing I can come up with that makes me even ponder the question of whether Terri is involved, is that no one that we know of, saw Kyron leave that school with her.

The reason she is my POI is that her story of what she was doing right after Kyron went missing doesn't make sense. She says her baby was sick so she was driving around and she went to two Fred Meyers? Why go to two? Why not get the medicine and if you want to drive around, drive around, and then go home. And I think she went to a gym too if I remember now. None of that made sense to me, especially after driving around where she said she was driving. And what was she doing on Sauvie Island? And her buddy Dee Dee left her work for a period of time and that is right in the center of things. I've been there too.

But the first damning evidence against Terri for me was the first presser with the family. She looked like a bad actress. Immediately I thought, 'she knows more than she's saying right now'.
 

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Case of Kyron Horman, Portland boy who disappeared in 2010, will be featured on ‘In Pursuit With John Walsh’

The Horman case will be covered in a segment on Wednesday’s “In Pursuit With John Walsh,” an Investigation Discovery series that tries to find missing children and fugitives.

(How to stream “In Pursuit With John Walsh”: Live stream on Hulu + Live TV; fuboTV; or Sling TV)
 

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Case of Kyron Horman, Portland boy who disappeared in 2010, will be featured on ‘In Pursuit With John Walsh’

The Horman case will be covered in a segment on Wednesday’s “In Pursuit With John Walsh,” an Investigation Discovery series that tries to find missing children and fugitives.

(How to stream “In Pursuit With John Walsh”: Live stream on Hulu + Live TV; fuboTV; or Sling TV)
Oh nice! I have Hulu and I didn't realize that his show was on there. Thank you!
 

Whatsnext

Stop the war!
I have a question. To anyone who does not believe Terri is responsible...why not? I’ve heard a few decent ideas but nothing to uproot my feet from this side of the fence. I want to know, seriously. No judgment.

To those who do believe Terri is involved, in your opinion, what is the most damning piece of evidence?

To me, the time she is not accounted for is a big piece of evidence. And IMO she had a motive. She was sick of of caring for a child who was not her own. As sick as it may seem, this is my opinion. :cry:
 

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Investigation Discovery Premieres Nine Straight Nights of the Greatest True Crime Stories, Ever, with "ID Presents: Nine at 9" - Beginning On Memorial Day and Culminating on June 2 with "The Truth Behind Joe Exotic: The Rick Kirkham Story"

Investigation Discovery, the #1 network for true-crime programming, is delivering its viewers nine back-to-back nights of riveting specials, filled with headline-making stories and iconic cases with ID PRESENTS: NINE AT 9.

LITTLE BOY LOST: AN ID MYSTERY

Premieres Friday, May 29 from 9-10 p.m. ET

In 2010, 7-year-old Kyron Horman is dropped off at school in Portland, Oregon, but when the bus returns later that day, Kyron is not on it. Sparking a panicked search around the town led by Kyron's mother and father, all eyes quickly fall to his stepmother, Terri Horman, the last person to see Kyron alive. Terri's strange behavior and weak alibi lead investigators to believe that she is a person of interest in Kyron's disappearance. Yet nearly a decade later, Kyron has never been found and no arrests have been made in the case. With heartbreaking interviews from Kyron's family, including his mother, Desiree Young, this special examines all the details of this twisted case, casting light on each shred of evidence that could possibly lead to solving this tragic kidnapping.
 

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Memorial Day is also National Missing Children’s Day

Law enforcement agencies across the country commemorate National Missing Children’s Day each year on May 25th. This year, the FBI is recognizing three long-term investigations involving Oregon children and one case from Southwest Washington.

The FBI continues to partner with local law enforcement agencies to provide requested assistance and investigative support in each of these cases.

Kyron Horman disappeared from Skyline Elementary School on June 4, 2010. Kyron was seven years old at the time. Kyron’s “FBI Missing Person” poster can be found at https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/kyron-richard-horman.


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‘Boy Missing: The Search for Kyron Horman’ released

Nearly 10 years since Kyron Horman disappeared from his Northwest Portland school, his mother released a book that she hopes will put pressure on the last person seen with Kyron — his stepmother.

Desiree Young also hopes the book, “Boy Missing: The Search for Kyron Horman,” will put pressure on law enforcement as well.

“It tells the world we need to do something about this. It’s 10 years. Ten years is a big marker,” Young told KOIN 6 News. “It’s not that we don’t know who did this. This is not a stranger who walked into the school that day and took Kyron. It’s Terri. She was with him, she walked out of the school with him and she took him from our lives.”



Book - https://www.amazon.com/BOY-MISSING-Search-Kyron-Horman/dp/B08924D29Q
 

Whatsnext

Stop the war!

‘Boy Missing: The Search for Kyron Horman’ released

Nearly 10 years since Kyron Horman disappeared from his Northwest Portland school, his mother released a book that she hopes will put pressure on the last person seen with Kyron — his stepmother.

Desiree Young also hopes the book, “Boy Missing: The Search for Kyron Horman,” will put pressure on law enforcement as well.

“It tells the world we need to do something about this. It’s 10 years. Ten years is a big marker,” Young told KOIN 6 News. “It’s not that we don’t know who did this. This is not a stranger who walked into the school that day and took Kyron. It’s Terri. She was with him, she walked out of the school with him and she took him from our lives.”



Book - https://www.amazon.com/BOY-MISSING-Search-Kyron-Horman/dp/B08924D29Q

I am glad that there is finally a credible book about Kyron's disappearance available, will read it!

ETA Thanks for the heads up, SheWho.
 
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‘Boy Missing: The Search for Kyron Horman’ released

Nearly 10 years since Kyron Horman disappeared from his Northwest Portland school, his mother released a book that she hopes will put pressure on the last person seen with Kyron — his stepmother.

Desiree Young also hopes the book, “Boy Missing: The Search for Kyron Horman,” will put pressure on law enforcement as well.

“It tells the world we need to do something about this. It’s 10 years. Ten years is a big marker,” Young told KOIN 6 News. “It’s not that we don’t know who did this. This is not a stranger who walked into the school that day and took Kyron. It’s Terri. She was with him, she walked out of the school with him and she took him from our lives.”



Book - https://www.amazon.com/BOY-MISSING-Search-Kyron-Horman/dp/B08924D29Q
Did anyone else jump a little bit when they saw an update on this thread?

It would be great if enough orders come in for this book to start trending...
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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LITTLE BOY LOST: AN ID MYSTERY

Premieres Friday, May 29 from 9-10 p.m. ET

In 2010, 7-year-old Kyron Horman is dropped off at school in Portland, Oregon, but when the bus returns later that day, Kyron is not on it. Sparking a panicked search around the town led by Kyron's mother and father, all eyes quickly fall to his stepmother, Terri Horman, the last person to see Kyron alive. Terri's strange behavior and weak alibi lead investigators to believe that she is a person of interest in Kyron's disappearance. Yet nearly a decade later, Kyron has never been found and no arrests have been made in the case. With heartbreaking interviews from Kyron's family, including his mother, Desiree Young, this special examines all the details of this twisted case, casting light on each shred of evidence that could possibly lead to solving this tragic kidnapping.

TONIGHT! I've you're a live TV kind of person. If not, I hope it'll be available on demand or on the app afterward.
 

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