Thursday, June 10, 2010
Kyron Horman's Parents Acting Odd
at 8:09 AM
Click photo above to see KATU News Video about Kyron Horman's Parents
Kyron Horman has been missing for a week. According to reports, Kyron had a science project, so his stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman, drove him to school that morning, watched Kyron setup his display, took a photo of him and then looked around at other projects with Kyron before waving goodbye to him in the hallway and leaving.
Read moreAt 3:30, Terri went to the bus stop to meet Kyron, but the bus driver told her that he wasn't on the bus, at which point Terri calls the school and finds out her son was reported as absent. There were people, however, who vouch for seeing Terri and Kyron at the school that morning.
It's a big mystery--that's for sure!
Several people have emailed me and made note of different oddities. The most notable oddity is that the parents of Kyron have not made any public pleas for their son where they talk to the media. Yes, this is strange. I agree. As parents, this would be the first thing you would expect them to do --to get the word out there. And if they didn't want to go on camera, you would at least expect a spokesperson to get the word out there for them, but we don't see that either.
Has anyone seen them on any searches? Are they searching for their son at all? This would be the second natural thing we would expect to see.
Others have sent me emails about how Terri is posting on her Facebook page in a nonchalant manner, which she has now made more private to prevent people from seeing her comments. On Terri's Facebook page, she talked about posting flyers.
And then to see the news media approached the Horman parents in this interview and to see them walk away as if they have something to hide--that is amazing to me! You'd think they could say two words, wouldn't you? Why not?
The Horman's released a statement through the Sheriffs office yesterday at a press conference the Horman's did not attend. You can hear it here.
Of course, I don't believe we can say anything conclusive about this, but it sure does raise eyebrows, doesn't it? If anyone sees the parents speak out, please let me know. I am interested to watch and listen to what they have to say.
I did find it odd that this retired police detective said to the news team in the video above that statements from families don't really help investigators, but they help the community who is emotionally invested in a child's disappearance. I wonder if he really said that, or if the media botched up his words somehow. That would be extremely odd, wouldn't you think? You'd have to ask if he has ever seen "Lie to Me" or the science behind it.
Thanks to all the readers who share information with me.