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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

"Little Man Lost"--DeOrr Kunz

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

A local (ish) news channel is doing a 5 parts series about the disappearance of DeOrr Kunz, who went missing on a family camping trip in Leadore, Idaho in July of 2015, when he was only 2 years old.

Here's part 1: Gone without a trace: What happened to DeOrr Kunz?

Part 2: DeOrr's family turns on each other when questioned

Part 3: Bizarre behavior by a family friend puts the blame on Isaac

Part 4: Suspects named in disappearance of DeOrr Kunz

(I'll post part 5 when it's available.) 

I honestly don't know a great deal about this case, but I watched part 2 and 3, and it was interesting to see the interview footage from the interviews with the private detective that the parents hired. The private detective who later publicly accused the parents of lying and called them the prime suspects. 

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Demonfan

I am familiar with this case. It is complex and tragic. The PI is interesting... It seems obvious on the face of it, but once I started reading I wasn't 100% sure.

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Okay, apparently it's a 6 part story.

Part 5: Why private investigators quit the DeOrr Kunz Jr. Case

Part 6: DeOrr's mother talks about accusations against her

And I still haven't watched all the parts yet. (Note to self: In future, consider reading or watching all the material before posting it )

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Eternalbluepearl

This story fascinates me. I'm not sure what to think about any of it. Was Deorr even at the campsite? I find the lies about the trip into town to be very interesting. I wish this case, like so many others, would be solved. It reminds me of the Kyron Horman case, Haleigh Cummings, Baby Lisa and others. So sad.

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On 4/17/2018 at 10:38 AM, Eternalbluepearl said:

This story fascinates me. I'm not sure what to think about any of it. Was Deorr even at the campsite? I find the lies about the trip into town to be very interesting. I wish this case, like so many others, would be solved. It reminds me of the Kyron Horman case, Haleigh Cummings, Baby Lisa and others. So sad.

I know the Kyron Horman case, but the other two are not anything I've heard of.  Kyron has never been found and I think that his step-mother is the main suspect although nothing has ever been developed as far as proof.

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2 hours ago, Briefly said:

I know the Kyron Horman case, but the other two are not anything I've heard of.  Kyron has never been found and I think that his step-mother is the main suspect although nothing has ever been developed as far as proof.

Haleigh was 5 when she went missing from her home in 2009. Her father's live-in girlfriend and her younger brother were in the same bedroom at the time (the father was working 2nd shift). She has never been found and has been declared dead. Both the father and girlfriend are serving time for drug offenses.

Lisa was 10 months old when she disappeared from her home in 2011. Cadaver dogs alerted in the home, near her mother's bed. The parents have not been charged and she has never been found.

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PennySycamore

I'm watching the People Magazine Investigates episode program on the case on Discovery ID right now.  The parents really should have worked out their stories beforehand is they didn't want to be suspects. 

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Demonfan

I think that in this case, as in others, Occam's razor is the guide. The most obvious solution is usually correct.

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