James Candy

James Candy

Update: 2019-03-1820
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On August 6, 2017, 17 year old James Candy climbed out of his bedroom window during the night and left his home in the Vegreville area of Alberta, Canada with only the clothes he was wearing and the lariat he used on the family farm. Earlier that evening, his parents had talked to him about his use of marijuana in their home after his mom found a small amount of it in the pocket of his jacket. Before he went to bed, he and his dad made plans to do some work the next day, agreed on a time, and said "I love you" to each other. This would be the last time James’ father spoke to his youngest son. The next day, his parents realized that he was missing and called the local police. Searches for James commenced, however, no trace of James has ever been found.

If you have any information about James’ disappearance, you can call the Vegreville Royal Canadian Mounted Police at 780-632-2223.

You can follow James’ story on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/FindJamesCandy

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kencora wright

have his family contacted a psychic?

Mar 18th
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Logan

kencora wright lol psychics bring absolutely nothing to a criminal case. Any cold case investigator will tell you that they get contacted by hundreds of psychics on every case and it is ALWAYS bad information. Many objective studies over the years have shown that information from psychics is wholly insignificant, meaning, if you put 100 psychics in a room, and 100 normal people in another room, the psychics would provide as many "correct" answers as the normal people who are just randomly guessing... if there was any statistical success rate with psychics they would be called to every investigation but unfortunately they are either frauds or delusional. Every, single, time.

Jun 16th
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