In honor of Native American Heritage Month I’m featuring a Native American missing person for every day in the month of November. Today’s missing person is Bryce Florian Herda, a six-year-old boy who disappeared from Neah Bay, Washington on April 9, 1995. The area where he went missing is part of the Makah Indian Reservation, and Bryce’s mom is a member of the Makah Indian Tribe. I don’t know if Bryce himself was a registered member, though.
It’s up in the air whether Bryce was abducted, or whether he was accidentally swept out to sea. An extensive search turned up nothing.
If he’s still alive, Bryce would be thirty years old now.