In honor of Pride Month I’m featuring a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer missing person every day for the month of June. Today’s case is Thomas Clyde Pittman, a 55-year-old gay man who disappeared from Huntington, Texas on May 18, 2017. One year, one month and five days ago.
Pittman’s case is one of those all-too-common ones where he seems to have vanished into thin air. All his belongings were left behind, including his car, and he had been planning to move into his dying mother’s home to help care for her so it seems unlikely he would have walked away.
(This is what happens when you don’t preschedule posts. I’m sorry for the missed postings. I will do better.)