Missing Boy Timmothy Pitzen’s Grandmother Believes He was Hidden in Mormon Commune

Missing Boy Timmothy Pitzen's Grandmother Believes He was Hidden in Mormon Commune
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Tim­mothy Pitzen, a boy who van­ished 13 years ago at the age of 6, may be liv­ing in a remote Mor­mon com­mune with­out any knowl­edge of his true iden­ti­ty, accord­ing to his grand­moth­er Lin­da Pitzen.

Tim­mothy was last seen on May 11, 2011 after his moth­er Amy Fry-Pitzen picked him up from school, tak­ing him on a three-day trip before being found dead in a motel room. Fry-Pitzen left a sui­cide note say­ing Tim­mothy was “safe” but would “nev­er be found.”

Lin­da Pitzen believes her daugh­ter-in-law, who was raised in the Mor­mon faith, may have inten­tion­al­ly hid­den Tim­mothy in a reli­gious com­mune to ensure he was brought up with­in that com­mu­ni­ty, even after her own death.

Tim­moth­y’s child­hood friend Han­nah Soukup shares this the­o­ry, sug­gest­ing Fry-Pitzen changed Tim­moth­y’s iden­ti­ty and iso­lat­ed him from the inter­net and out­side world so he would nev­er dis­cov­er his true origins.

The case has baf­fled author­i­ties for over a decade, with no sol­id leads on Tim­moth­y’s where­abouts. His fam­i­ly, includ­ing father Jim Pitzen, con­tin­ues search­ing and hold­ing out hope that the now 19-year-old is alive some­where, despite the grim cir­cum­stances sur­round­ing his disappearance.

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