Missing Jeremy Ray Coots new case information posted as of May 15th 2020
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Jeremy Ray Coots
Top Row and Bottom Left and Center: Jeremy, approximate date 1977;
Bottom Right: Age-progression to age 42 (approximate date 2014)
Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: February 18, 1977 from Atchison, Kansas
Type: Lost/Injured Missing
Date of Birth: October 30, 1972
Age at disappearance: 4 years old
Weight and Height: 3'0, 40 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Brown hair, blue eyes. Jeremy has a half-inch scar on the upper left side of his forehead and a three-quarter-inch scar on his lower jaw.
Clothing/Jewelry Description: A blue coat with patches of blue and purple plaid and a hood tied with orange string, one red mitten hanging from his coat sleeve by an elastic band, a blue shirt, light-colored pants, and square-toed brown cowboy boots with a bird design.
Medical Conditions: Jeremy suffers from severe hearing loss. He wore a Maico brand hearing aid with the serial number 41076 at the time of his disappearance. He can make out voices when he wears the hearing aid, but is almost entirely deaf without it.
Details of disappearance and psychic work by Brian Ladd (login to view
entire case as of May 2020)
Jeremy was last seen in the Potato Hill area of south Atchison, Kansas on February 18, 1977. He was at a babysitter's home and she allowed him to play outside in the yard with her own four-year-old son. This was the first time the babysitter had let Jeremy out to play alone. He wandered away, walking east, and has never been heard from again. A five-day search of the area turned up no sign of him. Jeremy's babysitter's home was about 400 yards from the Missouri River, and dogs tracked Jeremy's scent to its banks; authorities believe the child fell into the river and drowned. His body has never been recovered, however, in spite of a massive search.
At the time of his disappearance, Jeremy lived with his parents in the 200 block of north Eleventh Street. His family held a memorial service for him two weeks after he was last seen. Jeremy's mother, Melodye Hathaway, published a book about her son's disappearance called In Search of Jeremy: A Mother's Story.
Kansas Bureau of Investigation
by Melodye Faith Hathaway