Monday, January 10, 2011

Project Monday - Missing Child

(Lindsey Baum)
The project I have today is one in which the parents of missing Lindsey Baum (10) are asking in desparation for your help.  Lindsey went missing on June 26, 2009 around 9:30 at night on her way home from a friend's house in McCleary, WA. McCleary is a small town about 20 miles west of Olympia, the state capitol.  Lindsey's parents are hoping that hunters can help them scour the area and possibly locate and bring Lindsey home.  Please pass this information along to others you think could help. If Lindsey was your child you would want the same.  Go here or click on Lindsay's photo to see the full story. Help bring Lindsey home!

The non profit, all volunteer group CUE, is asking for area hunters to adopt a piece of land and or property that they are familiar with or hunt on regularly to search for missing Lindsey Baum; registration will begin on January 10, 2011 and run throughout the month. Hunters may call in directly to the center at (910) 232-1687 anytime or visit CUE on the web at and click on “The Hunt” where they can enter and submit information; during the effort a map will go up coloring in areas that have been adopted. “We are also extending invitations to forestry and park personnel as well as land owners in the concerned areas of focus”, said CUE founder, Monica Caison.


  1. It is so sad that something so tragic has happened to their little girl. Thank you for posting this. Even though I am in Texas, I will keep an eye out for her. I have 2 sons that are 8 & 10, and reading something like this makes you realize that in an instant, your life can be turned upside down. I couldn't imagine one or both of them never coming home again. Good luck Baum family, we'll be praying for Lindsey's safe return. (posted by D'Lynn Steres)

  2. Lindsey's case will be highlighted on Nancy Grace on Monday, Jan 17th at 9PM EST, check local listings for time and channel if you'd like to learn more about the case.
    Thank You