Flashback Friday: Tyler Inman

I decided to cover Tyler Jennings Inman for Flashback Friday because the other day a page called Finding Tyler “liked” the Charley Project on Facebook. Three-year-old Tyler apparently wandered out of his family’s Aberdeen, Washington home one night in December 1982, during a bad thunderstorm.

According to articles on the Finding Tyler page, the police seemed to focus on the theory that he fell in the river and drowned. If he did, though, his body was never found, and Tyler is today listed as a non-family abduction with the NCMEC.

If Tyler is still alive, he’d be 37 today.

3 thoughts on “Flashback Friday: Tyler Inman

  1. Marcy September 6, 2016 / 7:29 pm

    Cauliflower ear on a three year old? That’s a red flag. Any indication of abuse?

    • Meaghan September 6, 2016 / 9:54 pm

      I really can’t say.

  2. Esther December 22, 2016 / 8:44 am

    Why keep people denying the fact the number one reason children disappear is because of parents, stepparents and other care takers………Unfortunately these cops have failed their investigation in this case by holding on to a reason of disappearing which never have been confirmed by anyone, only the boyfriend made up this story and that boyfriend of his mom got a free ride and got away with this……I am 100% convinced this little boy died at the hands of that boyfriend…..That’s why he probably went outside to his boat….Wonder if his mom is still alive and if his sister knows more from that time and how this boyfriend was like, unfortunately there isn’t much about this case to find, which seems to me this child is being failed on (like so many are)
    If my child would have disappeared, I would do whatever I can to find answers wonder why nobody did this for this boy and nothing is found about this case……..Makes me so sad!

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