John William Glasgow was a husband and a father from Little Rock Arkansas. He provided well for his family as he was employed as a chief financial officer at a construction company. Glasgow has been missing since January 28, 2008. He is 45 years old, and has brown hair and green eyes, and experiences a slight facial tic when under stress. Glasgow was last seen on South Lookout St in Little Rock, and his wife assumed he had gone into work early. Imagine her worry when she was notified later that day from John’s employer that he hadn’t shown up for work that day. The day after he went missing, his vehicle with all of his belongings was found in a parking lot. After searching the area with no sign of Glasgow, his family became worried for the worst. If you have any information as to Glasgow’s disappearance or whereabouts, it would be greatly appreciated by both his family, and his wife and child that were left behind.
Brogan Dulle, a 21 year old college student at the University of Cincinnati has gone missing. He has not been seen since early morning Sunday 5/18/2014.
Mothers words for missing son: “We love you and we miss you terribly,” she said. “We are worried sick about you. We need you home.”
Dulle spent the night at The St. Clair and Mac’s Pizza before going back to his apartment on E McMillan St in Clifton, OH. He realized he had misplaced his cell phone around 2 a.m. and decided to retrace his steps in an effort to locate it. Brogan never returned home, and hasn’t been seen since that early morning.
Both his family and his Bearcat family only want to see him safely back home. Search teams have been organized and sent out to look for any clue to Brogan’s whereabouts, and any information or even just a helping hand would mean the world to his family in need.
Kyron Horman is a young boy from Multnomah County in Oregon, and he has been missing for almost exactly four years. He has a smile that can light up your day, and has sandy blonde hair and blue eyes. Kyron has not been seen since a school science fair June 4, 2010 at Skyline School. It is incredibly hard to lose a child, and especially when they were somewhere safe like a school. Please contact us with information that could help bring this child home to his family.
Lauren Spierer, a student of Indiana University has been missing for almost exactly three years, since 2011. She stands at 4 ft 11in, with a head of blonde hair and blue eyes. Lauren lit up the lives of both her parents and loved ones, and her disappearance has left them in despair and heartache. Lauren is from Bloomington IN, but was last seen early in the morning of June 3rd 2011, as she walked toward her Smallwood Plaza apartment at about 4:30am, it was one of those early mornings that are pleasant with a slight warm wind that would make some rather walk home than get a ride. Charlene Spierer, Lauren’s mother, composed a blog addressed to those responsible for her daughter’s disappearance.
“You were with Lauren, you know what happened, and you know where she is.” Charlene wrote.
Any information or assistance that could help bring this sweet girl back to her family and friends would be an amazing gift during this nightmare.