Police Are Still Chasing Down Leads About A Teen Who Disappeared In Oregon In 1986

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Image: YouTube/Missing Kids Rescued Kids 2
Image: YouTube/Missing Kids Rescued Kids 2

It was August 14, 1986, and Jeremy Bright was doing one of his favorite things – visiting the Coos County Fair & Rodeo in Myrtle Point, Oregon. Indeed, this annual fair was the major happening in the community’s calendar, with the five-day event including everything from carnival rides to square dancing.

Image: YouTube/Missing Kids Rescued Kids 2
Image: YouTube/Missing Kids Rescued Kids 2

The day before, on August 13, Jeremy had visited the fair accompanied by his old friend Johnny Fish. He’d also called his mother, who was in nearby Grants Pass, from a payphone. During the call, he would confirm arrangements for her to pick him and his ten-year-old sister up from their stepfather’s home in Myrtle Point, where the two were staying.

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Image: YouTube/Missing Kids Rescued Kids 2
Image: YouTube/Missing Kids Rescued Kids 2

On August 14, a Thursday, Jeremy was at the fair again with his sister S’te. The lanky teenager, already 6 feet tall and wearing size 13 shoes, split up from his sister at 2:00 p.m., agreeing to meet up once more three hours later.

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