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FPX Now Open

The hijacking issue at the original FPX appears to have been fixed. The forum is now open to posting. Please notify me of any problems.   You can post a message in the comment thread of this blog entry or send me an email through the contact form by clicking the tab at the top of the blog page.



Kyron Horman: Missing for 8 Weeks

I hope to write a blog entry about this case soon. In the meantime, I’ll just provide links to video of the latest press conference held by Kyron’s parents and hope that someone out there will respond to their pleas for information. 

The first one is a better video quality, but the reporters’ questions are edited out.  The second one includes questions — helpful for getting the full gist of the responses.


LINK to the Oregonian’s story.

LINK to KATU’s story.

Forum Temporarily Closed

The Friction Powered Information Exchange is closed until further notice due to intrusive ads and hijacking problems.  I apologize for the inconvenience and any frustration it has caused.  In the meantime, everyone is welcome to post here at the blog in the comment section of this entry.  As an alternative, there is another forum available to anyone who wishes to register. 

Click to go to the new (perhaps temporary) Friction Powered Exchange forum.  If you choose to use it, be patient with me while I get accustomed to the Admin panel which is more complex than the one I’m used to using.

If the original FPX reopens, I’ll post a notice here and at FPX II.

Important addendum: 

I just became aware that the registration form on the new forum is asking for full name and birthdate.  I would alter that requirement if I could.  As it is, all I can say is I would not provide such personal information.  As long as you provide a “name” and a birthdate that makes your age greater than 18, I don’t think there will be any problem.

The original FPX forum is currently open.  Please proceed there to participate in the discussion. 

LINK to FPX forum

Terri Moulton Horman

Whatever life you imagined you could create for yourself by eliminating Kyron from it isn’t going to happen. As long as Kyron Horman remains missing, you will not have a moment’s peace. He isn’t going to be forgotten. Everyone knows that you are responsible for whatever has happened to him. That knowledge isn’t going to fade away. You cannot escape it — neither with the passage of time nor the insertion of distance. Your life is going to be a living hell. The only way to make things better — for yourself as well as for everyone else — is to tell the truth.

Where is Kyron?