A while back I did a post profiling Michael “Bradyn” Fuksa, a college-aged man who vanished from Wyoming in July 2009 after driving there, for unknown reasons, from his home in Kansas. This is one of the more mysterious missing persons cases I’ve come across.
Browsing the search terms that have brought people to this blog, over the last week I’ve noticed an avalanche of searches for “Bradyn Fuksa found” or something to that effect. This leads me to believe that there has been some new publicity in his case–perhaps the Investigation Discovery show on him was recently rerun, or maybe a rumor started somewhere on the Internet. I note that the 4th anniversary of Bradyn’s disappearance is coming up next week.
Sadly, he has not been found–dead or alive. I have a Google Alert set to notify me of anything that comes up regarding his case, so if he or a significant clue is found, I will likely know about it fairly soon. I am doing this post mainly to save the people searching a little time: as of July 12, 2013, Bradyn has not been found. I think it’s possible he may be alive and I certainly hope he is, but there is no resolution yet.
Just setting the record straight.