Portland, OR– 7 year old Kyron Hormon is a Red Eyed Tree Frog Expert.

Kyron, his Step-Mom and former teacher Terri Moulton Horman worked diligently on Kyron’s submission to the second grade science fair on Friday June 4 at 8am. The bright-eyed, bespectacled, herpetologist in training also dressed for the occasion in his best CSI tshirt.

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  • Comments


    1. Brenda on June 11th, 2010 9:12 am

      I’m hoping this young fellow only went on a adventure similar to the little girl in Florida who did so and WAS FOUND ALIVE after like 5 days. This is a long time for a boy so young to be out though.

      Step-mom does NOT seem to have anything to do with it from what I can tell. This is very, very odd indeed.

      As for them not wanting to be on TV, I don’t blame them. I have yet to see a pleading parent’s cry to the abductor work…..not ONCE EVER. so truthfully, what’s the point? Public perception? As if that matters in reality.

    2. Mary C on June 11th, 2010 11:34 am

      I hope that Law Enforcement doesn’t blow this one. I would be checking the families home top to bottom for anything related. Take some of the kids clothes, search the car he rode in for anything that could be there for evidence. The longer they wait, the more it becomes like the other families we have read about. If they focus on searching and on the family, their home, etc they may come up with something.

    3. Maggie on June 11th, 2010 3:17 pm

      No security cameras anywhere at school to show Kyron coming and going, step mom bringing him or to see anyone taking him out of the school?
      Even the fact he was counted absent.. weird..

      It don’t look great, but I sure hope for the best.

    4. Sam on June 16th, 2010 3:20 pm

      This seems like a unusual disappearance. It’s very difficult for me to believe he would disappear right from school with no witnesses. Where is the biological mother? How much is known about the family? I hope they’re not involved. I’m sure they’ve had that come at them already.
      Poor child. Heartbreaking, the monsters loose in a free society. Sneaky, mask-wearing scum.

    5. Lei on June 17th, 2010 7:31 am

      Interesting that Kyron was wearing a CSI shirt on the day he disappeared and that he disappeared from a Science Day. Could it be that this is NOT a coincidence? Could it be a setup by Step-mom or someone else to lure him out of the school. Consider this possibility ! He is told in advance that as part of the school science fair, they are going to set up a Crime Scene Investigation to “experiment” to see if the local crime scene investigators can figure out the missing person case? That would have sounded like a challenge to a 7 year old that loves CSI and science ! All you’d have to say is, “I’m going to pretend like we are walking toward your classroom. Pretend to go to class and then sneak out the back door there by your classroom and into the car when nobody is watching.” I know few clues are being given out at this time but, the family owns a white truck (white truck has been reported with surprised scared Kyron inside), house across street from Kyron’s home has been searched, a footprint found at Savie Island where a cell phone ping has been identified. Could Step Mom being hiding him for some reason and he is going along with it as part of a CSI Science Experiment? I just don’t believe Step Mom’s story !

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