On the Charley Project’s Facebook page they recently asked me to upload a photo, so I did. It’s the photo that’s on the left side of the Charley Project’s banner. After I did so, some people said they had no idea who was in that picture and had always wondered. Well, just to clear things up:
The photo is of Charley Ross, the long-lost little boy whom the Charley Project was named after. (See Wikipedia for his story.) It’s the only photograph ever taken of him, and he was two years old at the time; he was four when he disappeared. After his abduction, his family had an artist draw another picture of him as he appeared at age four. It was probably the first age-progression picture ever done of a missing person. The AP photo is on the right side of the Charley Project banner.