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Please leave positive messages of prayers, hope and well wishes for the family of Brandon.
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  1. Our prayers for needed answers and that Brandon be located soon. We will never give up and will do all possible to bring him home. Hugs, hopes and prayers...always. The Team at LostNMissing Inc.

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  2. So sorry for you all. I am a child of a missing father so I can relate to this very well. Patsy Muse (Maggie's Mom)

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  3. No matter the circumstances, Brandon is missing and those children need to know where their daddy is. I have kept the entire family in my thoughts and prayers.

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  4. Sending prayers and hope to his family and friends.

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  5. i just happenned on this case.Are their any new leads? i am so sorry for what the family has to go through that 911 call just breaks my heart keeping this young man in my thoughts and prayers i have 5 sons and if ever one of them came up missing ??? and his smile just lights up the page feeling sad hope this gets closure soon!

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  6. i posted i wrong spot a few minutes ago i just wanted to say brandon has a beautifull smile and looks very devoted to his kids and so what if he had a warrant people make mistakes i am the mother of 5 adult sons and this just makes me sad... hope your family has peace and hope.

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  7. I feel like I seen this man before.. im downloading the 911 call now and going to listen to it over and over. hoping to get something out of it. prayers to Brandon <3.

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    1. I feel the exact same way..its fucking with me. His family needs outside help...and I believe its coming.

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  8. The facts do not add up to an educated conclusion. the parameters of this disappearance do not fit a logic scope due to the hi misleading article by McCutcheon (who seemed to have Not interviewed ANYONE!), sherrif's office, sheriff's office withholding information and provding disinformation, and highly suspicious search practices. Contact David Paulides at www.canammissing.com to find out IF this falls into his Missing 411 parameters.

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  9. I think regardless of what was said on the 911 call, the fact is Brandon was clearly requesting assistance and the next day went missing and subsequently never seen again. To say that he isn't in a specific area and to call it quits is disgusting. Who cares if the man had some minor drug offences or a warrant. He is a father and husband that is no more as far as we can tell. If his cell phone was still registering the day after 3 miles away, then there is your "new evidence" to start another search. If the TexSAR costed $25000 to do the initial search. I think any community, local or internet can come up with that quick, provided that they receive their "authority approval". Roughing up some non-used Texas land is the least of the landowners concerns I'm sure.

    Now to the phone call. I would like to put my two cents in. I am not going to give my transcript on it but what I think is the general message Brandon is transmitting.

    He says basically I ran out of gas going towards Albiline, I am in a field off on the WEST side (This seems to be a part where everyone seems to be stumped on what is said). Some guys ran me off the road. I got away from the first guy but cannot see the second guy. This is where it has cut off. I do think it is possible that there are very distant gun shots being heard near the end of the phone call when the operator asks if hes hurt. At this point I think Brandon is just full on running.

    I only wish that Kyle's girlfriend had more information from the phone call she received as this was last contact from Brandon. If she says she heard him say "I'm bleeding" and the phone is away from the truck, then start looking more. HR Dogs are the best bet for this since it has been so long.

    -Kyle from Canada.

    I will definitely be following up on this. Bless you all.

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  10. I just typed a two pager, just testing to see if this goes through cause it appears my first did not.

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  11. Have you ever heard of a man who went missing from Little Rock Arkansas named John Glasgow? I am really big into missing person cases and honestly Brandon's and a kid named Timmothy Pitzen are the two I'm most intrigued by. Anyway, John Glasgow left his home early one morning and told no one where he was going. When he missed work and never returned home he was reported missing. They triangulated his phone and saw the last place it was on was a state park called Petit Jean.. They located his SUV there parked and unlocked. They conducted a 3 day search using dogs and hundreds of volunteers. They never did find him. A search and rescue professional even said some 5 years later he was very confident that he was not on Petit Jean mountain because he would have been found by now. A state park that has thousands of visitors a year, someone would have found some sign of him. Well 7 years later 2 hikers found his skull. They searched the area better and found his wallet and most of his remains.. My point being this, I'm very confident that Brandon is out there still. Whatever fate he met is unknown but I strongly feel he lost his life that night and his body is still within 10 miles of where his truck was left..

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  12. In the 911 clip One word. What is it? Staper? Stapler? Scaper? Escaper? Taper? Possibly.... "Yes, I'm in the middle of a field, "A staper just perched (pushed) some guys over")

    I believe he said "A trooper just pulled some guys over"

    I know it doesnt sound like trooper but if he was scared he may have mumbled his words slightly.

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  13. Peace and blessing for Brandon; and may he be found soon and also for his family. I cannot imagine the sorrow that they live with.

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  14. I have wrote.. re wrote erased.. cried. I dont know what to say.I am sending my love to you all. I first heard this story on a podcast, then on another. Im glad more people are becoming aware of this. In a back country place (I live in Vermont) the police do not have to follow what other police/ sheriff offices do because 1. not enough staff to cover the amount of space.2 they are all basically related by blood or marriage, grew up best buddies 3. no one is watching them we dont really have street lights cameras no body cameras.. no proof of anything but their word. Its VERY one sided and scary. Makes my heart break 10x more for this family. We here keep you all in our hearts, thoughts and prayers.

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  15. Sending love and prayers. I am heartbroken at hearing Brandon and his family's story... he is not forgotten and hopefully there will be answers soon.

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  16. I have just learned about Brandon's case yesterday, after listening to a podcast. Since then, I've listened to several other podcasts about the case and can't stop thinking about it. I can only imagine the sadness and frustration that you feel, especially with what appears to be a lack of help and concern from authorities. To Brandon's family, is there anything at all that I can do to help? If so, please contact me. Best wishes.

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  17. A good look into the FLDS in the area might prove useful. They are secretive and can be brutal to those they feel have compromised their agenda. Prayers for all of you!

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