IL ROBERT BEE: Missing from Pekin, IL - 17 Nov 2016 - Age 13 *Found Deceased*

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His disappearance and death tha gripped an entire community. Robert Bee Junior ran from a truancy officer last November. The search for the teenage boy coming to a screeching halt on a hot July day when his skeletal remains were found. But what happened to him remains a mystery.

 

Kimster

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I've watched every episode and thoroughly enjoyed them. I have learned so much about this case! I hope Ashley continues doing these for other cases as well.

The sad part, is that I still have no clue what happened to this boy. Other than the relative of the property where he was found nearby.
 

kdg411

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Newest video released today.
Haven't watched it, or the last one, yet. Need to get caught up.


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeVsdEAzhYc

I've watched each one intently as well as the latest one.

This new one is prefaced to specifically dispell myths about the date that Bonzai was last seen and by whom. Lisa provides her narrative of who she thinks is responsible and by the end of this episode her theory is proven wrong. Bonzai did stay all night at the Butts home on the 17th and made it to school on the 18th which was confirmed by a classmate however, he didn't go into the school building. So, the 18th is the last confirmed (credible) sighting of him.

Also, I found interesting was a statement made by Lisa (paraphrasing) was that she does not think Kieth Brackett had anything to do with Bonzai's disappearance because he may have been crazy but would have been smart enough to not dump the remains on his own families property. :thinking:
 

kdg411

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Episode 9 A Product of His Environment is difficult to listen to so please be advised.

Many witnesses are documented regarding child abuse at the hands of Lisa. i.e. smoking, drugs etc. Most of which has been assumed only until now. I hope that the next episode can lead this series in a direction to a resolve.
 

kdg411

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Gosh I'm so far behind! Well, no better time to catch up!
Of course ... episode 10 was interesting (IMO) because it debunked 3 theories.
1. The bones found under the bridge did not belong to Bonzai.
2. The items found in a shed on the property next to where Bonzai was found were not his.
3. The tip about a former preacher/pastor/clergy being involved is also unfounded.
 

Kimster

Let's Find Michael Bryson!
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Of course ... episode 10 was interesting (IMO) because it debunked 3 theories.
1. The bones found under the bridge did not belong to Bonzai.
2. The items found in a shed on the property next to where Bonzai was found were not his.
3. The tip about a former preacher/pastor/clergy being involved is also unfounded.
Yes I really like that episode. I didn't even realize they would be able to wrap some of those questions up.
 

SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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I finally caught up on the YouTube videos!!!

I can't believe how many times Lisa's story changes.
From "He's a momma's boy he would never run" to "He had run several times and he was violent towards me".
From "I have no idea what happened" to "He showed up at a house and someone throat punched him" to "He was cut up and put into a tote and dumped off a bridge" to "I got a phone call and somebody said he got really hurt and they were going to hide the body". And not "these are just things I heard" but "I absolutely believe these things happened".

I'm glad they could rule-out the bones in the tote under the bridge. I suspected they were not his but it's good to have some additional evidence to that.
 

kdg411

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I finally caught up on the YouTube videos!!!

I can't believe how many times Lisa's story changes.
From "He's a momma's boy he would never run" to "He had run several times and he was violent towards me".
From "I have no idea what happened" to "He showed up at a house and someone throat punched him" to "He was cut up and put into a tote and dumped off a bridge" to "I got a phone call and somebody said he got really hurt and they were going to hide the body". And not "these are just things I heard" but "I absolutely believe these things happened".

I'm glad they could rule-out the bones in the tote under the bridge. I suspected they were not his but it's good to have some additional evidence to that.
Ash does a great job with disclosing the relevant tips. I too was disheartened at Lisa's versions. However, I still don't know who killed him?
 

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