Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Kyron Horman: "Celebrating" With A Pervert?

                                                  -PHOTO/EDITS BY RUTH RADER-

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Kyron Horman went missing on June 4, 2010. Since then, candles have been lit, balloons have been released, maps have been followed, fliers have been distributed, videos have been created, divers have searched murky waters, dogs have sniffed down forest trails, billboards have gone up, psychics have let us down, lawsuits have been initiated, sound bites have been recorded...and fingers have been pointed at people in all directions.

So is Kyron locked in a room, in a basement or staying with a family, somewhere...right
under everybody's nose?

What's left to do to find the lost boy?

Kyron's face has been age-enhanced...now I wonder if law enforcement is going to give us anything else new to work with...probably not. But we might be giving whoever may have taken Kyron...plenty to enjoy...year-after-year-after-year.

After all, there is still no definitive proof that Terri acted alone or even had anything to do with Kyron's disappearance. There might be another sick pervert who either "acquired" Kyron or kidnapped the boy outright and still has Kyron, today.

And every Spring, on June 4th, that person "celebrates" his or her acquisition of Kyron, basking in the media coverage and all of the attention focused on Kyron, online. My hypothesis is not as far-fetched as it may sound.

THE CLEVELAND KIDNAPPER DID IT.

Yes, Ariel Castro cooked dinner and baked a cake for each of the girls on the anniversary of their abduction. Then he watched the news reports and vigils on TV with each girl. He reveled in his "power."

What if someone is doing that every year...with Kyron?

It's something to think about.

And why aren't you doing more to find your brother, James Moulton?


2 comments:

Jenni Pederson said...

What a refreshing blog. Nice to see that someone can think on their own. Thank you for posting your insights. You are a talented and articulate writer.

Ruth Rader said...

Thank you for your kind words, Jenni. I try. Now if we could only find that boy.