Missing Wyatt Cole Little Light new case information posted as of May 15th 2020

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Missing Wyatt Cole Little Light

Wyatt, approximate date 2008

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: December 23, 2008 from Billings, Montana

Type: Lost/Injured Missing

Date of Birth: October 24, 2008 Age at disappearance: 1 month old

Weight and Height: 1'7, 15 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: Native American male. Brown hair, brown eyes. Wyatt's last name may be given as "Littlelight." He is a registered member of the Crow Indian Tribe.

Details of disappearance and psychic work by Brian Ladd (login to view entire case as of May 2020)


Wyatt disappeared along with his parents, Juliet Toineeta Little Light and Teddy Little Light, from Billings, Montana on December 23, 2008. Photographs of Wyatt's parents are posted below this case summary. They were last seen when Teddy dropped his older son off at his mother's home in Crow Agency, Montana. The family was never heard from again. No one realized they were missing until early January, when Juliet's grandmother died and she didn't attend the funeral.
On January 5, searchers found the family's blue and white 1996 Chevrolet pickup truck six miles up Grapevine Road, between Highway 91 and Fort Smith, Montana. It was parked thirty feet off the road in an open prairie area where Teddy had previously gone hunting. The truck had half a tank of gas and was in operable condition. There was no sign of any of the Little Lights at the scene. The weather during this time was bitterly cold, with very deep snow.
Juliet and Teddy's remains were recovered in May 2009, scattered over a wide area on rugged terrain about two or three miles from where their truck was found. Authorities had searched that location before, but snow hindered the search efforts and they believe they simply missed finding the bodies. Infant- and adult-sized clothing items were found at the scene. Foul play isn't suspected in the elder Little Lights' deaths; investigators determined they died of exposure. It's possible that Wyatt's remains were consumed by animals. He has never been located.

Left: Teddy Little Light;
Right: Juliet Little Light
Big Horn County Sheriff's Department
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Crow Agency Office