Mother took her own life, and hid her son: why do impostors for 11 years impersonate the most wanted boy in America?

Mother took her own life, and hid her son: why do impostors for 11 years impersonate the most wanted boy in America?

05.09.2022 0 By admin

The thought of such an outcome of events finally finished off the woman’s psyche. And now, with the monotony of clock-clocks, she kept talking about suicide, blaming only her husband for all mortal sins.

Later, Jim Pitzen will regret more than once that he showed weakness, believed feelings, and not reason. Even now this thought haunts him, wounding his heart and soul.

May 11, 2011 will always be a black day for Jim Pitzen and his family. As always, in the morning, Jim drove his son to Greenman Elementary School kindergarten, kissed and hugged him goodbye with the words: “I love you, be good.” Timothy replied cheerfully, “I love you too, pa.”

Literally in half an hour, Amy will come for the child and pick him up right from the lessons. A clearly preoccupied, tense woman will explain this as “unforeseen family circumstances.” The surveillance camera will record how she gets into the car with her son. At first, Jim will be unpleasantly surprised when he learns that Timothy has already been taken by his wife. And a little later, he suddenly feels how an incomprehensible fear suddenly fettered everything inside him. Amy did not answer phone calls, she did not stop at friends and acquaintances. A day later, at the insistence of Jim Pitzen, the police will declare Amy and Timothy missing.

Jim Pitzen and his family continued to aggressively search for Timothy. They did not know that at this time Amy arranges a real holiday for her son! She walks with him around the zoo, fulfills any whim of Timothy, who looks at her with delight and admiration. Then the mother and son go to a resort in Wisconsin, where they eat ice cream joyful and happy and enjoy a carefree life to their hearts’ content.