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Mindfrak R Us: Missing Kid Comments On Website Parents Set Up To Find Him?

Another notable online appearance of "Shawn Devlin" came Dec. 1, 2005, in the comments on a Web page for the missing Shawn Hornbeck. The poster, listing his residence as Kirkwood, first asked, "How long are you planning to look for your son?" An hour later, a new post appeared, apologizing for the prior post.

"i write poems and i was wounding if it would be ok to write a poem for the Hornbeck fam. And they son 'shawn Hornbeck' it would be cool if i could but if you dont want me to I can understan why i guess but i was wounding i guess if i could write a poem in his honer (sorry I don't know how to spell that last word.)"- LA TIMES

WTF? TOTALLY WEIRD! MAYBE IT WAS THE KIDNAPPER? SEEMS LIKE IT WAS THE KID, PERHAPS BECAUSE HE FELT GUILT OVER THEIR LOSS. IN THE CASE OF ELIZABETH SMART (AMAZING ARTICLE ON BRAINWASHING AND SEXUAL ABUSE) SHE WAS TOLD HER SISTER WOULD BE KILLED IF SHE ESCAPED, MAYBE SOMETHING SIMILAR HAPPENED TO THIS KID...BUT HE STILL FELT FOR HIS PARENTS? THAT'S MY CALL. BASED OFF THE AMAZING AMOUNT OF EFFORT THE PARENTS SPENT TO FIND (NEWS STORY FROM 2006) HIM (FBI PAGE), I DON'T BELIEVE THEY WERE THE ABUSIVE TYPE...SO MANY KIDS RUN FROM THAT AND PARENTS WRITE IT OFF.

EVEN CRAZIER, THERE'S A SEARCH AND RESCUE TEAM NAMED AFTER THE KID!


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