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Old 08-12-2011, 09:34 PM   #136
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Story Published: Aug 12, 2011 at 12:50 PM PDT

MYRTLE POINT, Ore. - A quarter century ago this Sunday, Jeremy Bright set off for the Coos County Fair.


He was never seen again.

Bright, who was 14 when he disappeared on Aug. 14, 1986, would be looking forward to turning 40 next May. >>> See an age-progressed picture

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children lists the case as a "non-family abduction."

Investigators and Bright's family believe the boy's life was brought to an end shortly after his abduction, although his body has never been found.

To mark the 25th anniversary of his disappearance, Bright's sister told KCBY News that his family would like to have as many people as possible gather at 3 p.m. on the baseball field in front of Myrtle Crest School.

The plan is to release balloons in honor of Bright and other missing children.
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"I haven't read this whole thread, but I take it the theory of those 3 bullies shooting him in the lake and throwing his body somewhere and walking into the apartment hallway covered in blood (with a female witness approaching them) has been disregarded? or is it still the only lead?"

It's the best lead. David Steinhoff: have to get him to talk. It's the only way the case will ever be solved. He and his deceased brother Terry were very likely to be responsible for Jeremy's disappearance. David was the one seen with the pool of blood on his shirt (as portrayed in the UM segment's re-enactment).

It's 25 years since Jeremy Bright's disappearance tomorrow. Steinhoff has been quiet for long enough.
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bump to remember that today marks 25 years since Jeremy's been missing and for the balloon release being done in his honor this afternoon
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Police and volunteer searchers have looked everywhere, crawled down wells and drained swamps and ponds. They have literally dug up false leads. Where is Jeremy Bright? His mother Diane Beatty, will not give up.

If there's a month that Diane Beatty would like back, it would be August 1986. It was then that her 14-year-old son, Jeremy Bright, went to the Coos County Fair and vanished from the earth.

“He was here for a week during the fair,” Beatty, 52, said from her Eastside home this week as she pored over photos of her missing son from a time when Pac-Man and Van Halen were all the rage. “He was only here for a week. If I would have said, ‘No,' about him coming up to the fair, I would still have him.”

But she didn't say no.

Who would? Jeremy and his 9-year-old sister S'te (the French abbreviation for Saint and pronounced “Ess-tee”), had both grown up in Myrtle Point and they loved the fair. Their stepfather, Orville “Ole” Gulseth of Myrtle Point, had offered to take them in for a week that summer.

“My brother and I never missed the fair,” said his sister S'te Elmore, who is now married and living in San Diego.

For that last year, Beatty and the children had been living in Grants Pass. Beatty and “Ole” were finished, and Beatty was carving a new life for herself so she wouldn't be tending bar the rest of her life.

“Instead of them veggin' in Grants Pass for a week, while I worked and went to school, I thought that would be a great little trip for them,” she said, noting the children's grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins all lived in Myrtle Point.

“I have regretted it ever since.”
On Aug. 14, Jeremy Bright will have been missing for 21 years - an eternity for his mother. For the Coos County Sheriff's Office, it's a missing person and potential homicide case.

Beatty and investigators hope that by bringing the incident back into the public eye, someone will come forward with a new clue, a new lead, or a confession.

“If it's something that hasn't been visited before, that might be the piece of the puzzle that we're missing,” said Beatty, who lives full-time in Florida but who has been coming back every summer since she moved away in 1998. “He's out here somewhere.”

While no one has ever been arrested in the case, dozens of people have been questioned, log and beaver ponds have been drained in search of his body, scuba divers have explored wells, swamps and rivers, and various potential gravesites across the county have been dug up.

“Anything that looked like it had any substance, we put every effort into it to try and either find something that would help, or put an end to that rumor,” said former Coos County investigator Craig Zanni, who worked the case from 1991 to 2004.

But so far - nothing.

“It's all been valleys,” Beatty said. “There have not been any peaks. We have found nothing.”

The case is still considered a missing person and potential homicide case, Zanni said. His former colleague who handles the case now, Coos County Det. Sgt. Dan Looney, agreed.
“We believe he is still in the county somewhere - not alive,” said Looney, who tracked down leads surrounding Jeremy as recently as last winter. The two investigators are convinced someone in the county knows exactly what happened to Jeremy that fateful night.

“I would be willing to put money on it,” Zanni said Thursday as he worked a booth at the fair.

While Beatty cradles a glimmer of hope that Jeremy will come around a corner some day, she knows the chance is slim.

But she can't help but hope.

“You see on the news they find people that had been gone for 10 years,” Beatty said, noting a recent case in Missouri.

But that case involved teenagers. She said she had her hopes up that when Jeremy turned 18, he might return. He would have turned 35 this past May.

“In my heart I don't believe he would have been gone this long, if he had any choice,” Beatty said. “Some day ... some day, that's my last wish: To find him.”
On Thursday, Aug. 14, 1986, Beatty spoke to Jeremy, her only son, for the last time. He was on a payphone outside McKay's Market in Myrtle Point and she was in Grants Pass. She promised to pick the two of them up Saturday. Jeremy told her about his trip so far, and that he was going to pick S'te up at the fair at 5 p.m. Elmore said her brother was supposed to meet her at the Ferris wheel.

“Jeremy never showed up,” Beatty said.

Before going to the police, Beatty and her family spent much of Saturday searching for him. The family plastered missing posters throughout Myrtle Point in coming weeks, Elmore said. Nearly everyone Beatty bumped into saw Jeremy on Thursday, but not Friday.

“It was like he was beamed up,” she said.

And ever since, the rumors about Jeremy's disappearance have swirled: He was abducted by a demented carnival worker; he was shot and buried in the hills or dumped in a pond by a local; he was drugged at a beer party and killed; he ran away with the carnival.

Shortly after he disappeared, Beatty contacted the Myrtle Point Police Department. The chief told her not to worry. Jeremy wasn't missing. He'd be back as soon as the fair rolled out of town.

“Well, evidently the fair isn't gone because he hasn't come back,” Beatty said dejectedly.

At the time, S'te remembers informing police that she had seen Jeremy talking to two guys whom she did not recognize.

“For whatever reason, the (officer) I talked to didn't believe me,” Elmore said. “They thought I was making up a story to help out. But, I had seen him leave with these people. He did.”

Beatty's never subscribed to the runaway theory. Jeremy was protective of his kid sister and never would have left her alone. Besides, he didn't take his wallet or extra clothes. Investigators don't buy the runaway theory either. They believe that, despite the passing of 21 years, some people of interest still aren't coming clean.

“They would rather not say anything than do the right thing,” Zanni said. “We have a bunch of people that aren't telling the police anything. They should come forward. The family at least deserves to know. To put Jeremy to rest - and the burden on the mom and the sister.”

Elmore said her family needs closure about Jeremy.

“After this many years it seems like somebody would be willing to say something,” Elmore said. “Even if it was just to (say) where Jeremy is. Even if they called it in anonymously and said, ‘This is where he is. This is where you can find him.'”

She wants people to come forward and clear their conscience.

“To live with that knowledge for 20 years, and not say anything, has got to be torture,” Elmore said.
n a small town like Myrtle Point in the 1980s, “where everybody knew everybody,” Beatty said, you could let a 14-year-old roam about. Especially one that was so popular and never got into trouble.

“He had run of the town since he was 5,” she said. “Everybody knew him.”

Beatty can't help but think that Jeremy may have died in some horrible manner. Elmore said at least one of Jeremy's close friends began having nightmares shortly after his disappearance, and has battled alcohol addiction ever since. Beatty believes the friend's problems stem from whatever happened to Jeremy.

Through the various interviews Zanni has conducted, he said he thinks Jeremy wasn't a bad kid, but may have been somewhat troubled due to the breakup in the family - what would be expected from “a family going through a divorce.”

Jeremy went missing the summer before entering high school. He had been a standout basketball player, a so-called “sixth man,” who wore a size 13 shoe. He was convinced he would make the team at his new school in Southern Oregon. Elmore said her brother also coached her basketball team at the Boys & Girls Club in Grants Pass and had never run away from home.

Beatty said Jeremy's grades had slumped somewhat in Grants Pass. They had moved there in the middle of his eighth-grade year. She chalked it up to him simply getting used to a new school setting. Wanting to help smooth the transition into high school, a few weeks before his disappearance, the two embarked on the proverbial clothes shopping spree. Jeremy picked out a pair of Levis, several button-down shirts and pair of black Nike tennis shoes with red shoe laces.

They're the same shoes he was last seen wearing and the ones listed since the 1980s on the poster declaring him a missing person.
After three months of hanging onto the case, Myrtle Point investigators turned it over to the Coos County Sheriff's Office, which Beatty said, tracked Jeremy's whereabouts through part of Aug. 15. Investigators won't reveal that information, but Zanni said some people of interest have never been cleared due to their lack of cooperation.

Investigators, Beatty and her family still hope one day the case will break, as it did, partially, with the case of Leah Freeman, a 15-year-old girl last seen alive in Coquille in 2000. A little more than a month after she disappeared, her body was found about nine miles east of Coquille. But police have yet to make an arrest in the case, due to lack of evidence.

While Beatty feels the Sheriff's Office has done everything it could on the case, she still can't help but express grave frustration over the lost time that transpired while the case was in the hands of the Myrtle Point Police Department.

“My personal opinion is that if (Myrtle Point Police officials) had turned it over three months earlier - we would have had a whole lot better chance of finding out what happened,” she said.

At the moment, Beatty said she is not looking for retribution, or justice - simply peace for herself, her family and Jeremy. Living with out knowing if your child is alive or dead is “indescribable,” she said, adding she was somewhat jealous the Freemans' had, at least a partial ending, however tragic.

“I just want most to put him to rest - his spirit, his soul,” she said. “My quest isn't to find the perpetrator. It's just to find him.”
In 1989, the Jeremy Bright case was featured on the national network television show “Unsolved Mysteries.” The segment still airs occasionally and the proposed scenarios are still bandied about by bloggers on the Internet.

Still, authorities and the family hope that one day the case will be cracked.

“I always hope that someone will think, ‘Well. OK, it's time for me to talk,'” Looney said.

- Anyone with information regarding the disappearance of Jeremy Bright is urged to contact Det. Sgt. Dan Looney at 396-3121 ext. 378
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Family finds closure 25 years after teenager disappeared from fair
Boy's family says farewell


By Alice Campbell, The World The World | Posted: Monday, August 15, 2011 11:00 am | (8) Comments


World Photo by Lou Sennick Diane Beatty helps to hand out some of the more than 1,000 helium filled balloons that were released Sunday afternoon from the baseball field at Myrtle Crest Elementary School. She is the mother of Jeremy Bright, a 14-year-old boy who disappeared in Myrtle Point 25 years ago Sunday. Family and friends gathered in the ball field where the youngster played to honor his memory. They still hope to find out what happened to the boy.
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Twenty-five years after 14-year-old Jeremy Bright disappeared at the Coos County Fair, his family said goodbye Sunday.

'I think I buried my son today," said Diane Beatty, Jeremy's mother.

Family and friends released more than 1,000 balloons in memory of Jeremy at Myrtle Crest Elementary School in Myrtle Point, on the very field he played baseball on.

Beatty remembered Jeremy as always happy and with large feet.

So large, that it was almost impossible to find size 13 track shoes, she said.

When they found a pair in Coos Bay, they raced to get them, only to find they were bright red with yellow flames down the side.

The image of 6-foot, 1-inch Jeremy wearing the shoes sticks in her mind, she said, smiling.

Still searching

Jeremy had been in town with his younger sister, S'Te, visiting family when he went to pick S'Te up from the fair in August 1986.

He never was heard from again.

When he disappeared, there was no Amber Alert system. Jeremy was just another teenager who would come home when he got around to it, Beatty said.

'We didn't know what to do," she said.

'I don't think it really set in for months."

When S'Te Elmore realized her older brother wasn't coming to get her at the fair, she didn't think that meant he would never return.

'It's a struggle. You never want to give up hope," she said.

'Twenty-five years later, we just want answers. Our main goal is to find Jeremy and to lay him to rest. Just to know that he's taken care of."

Now married with nine children, Elmore said she misses her brother and thinks of him all the time and how her children will never know him.

'We talk about him. It's still hard. But they know who he is."

'We want to heal'

The family hasn't given up hope someone will come forward with information and crack open the cold case.

A detective is still working the case, and Elmore has regular contact with the Coos County Sheriff's Office, she said.

The family is sure Jeremy's body is somewhere in the county.

After 25 years of unanswered questions, it's time to get some, Elmore said.

'My mom deserves to have some answers," she said.

'And somebody out there can put an end to that."

Sunday provided a bit of closure, Beatty said, adding now maybe she can move forward and spend more time being a mother and grandmother.

'Maybe I can start my process," she said.

However, she too hasn't given up finding answers, whether those lead to justice or not.

'God will take care of justice for us," Beatty said. 'We want to heal, that's all."

Reporter Alice Campbell can be reached at 541-269-1222, ext. 235, or at acampbell@theworldlink.com.

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Can't the police there just bring in D. Steinhoff or Hoyt Richardson and ask them some questions? It's not breaking any policy to do that after all this time has passed since his disappearance, is it?
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Don't know if anyone ever stumbled upon this or not, but on myspace they have a Coos County Sex Offender page and it seems like David Steinhoff is on there. His first name is Dennis I believe. Here's the link:

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Thanks for the link. I wish they could get that POS to confess.
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I think they nailed it with the theory of Jeremy being shot and killed in the water. The way that low life was waving that gun around, saying "oh this is a toy" was red flag number one. Then, he shows up hours later at that apartment building with dried all over his clothing. The police really bungled this case.
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I think they nailed it with the theory of Jeremy being shot and killed in the water. The way that low life was waving that gun around, saying "oh this is a toy" was red flag number one. Then, he shows up hours later at that apartment building with dried all over his clothing. The police really bungled this case.
Jeremy went missing on a Thursday (8-14-86) and I agree that he could have been presumably shot by one of the Steinhoffs that afternoon or night. Dennis David Steinhoff was seen Friday evening with the blood all over his shirt by Cecilia Fish.

I stated it in another thread and it isn't a pleasant thought: I think the Steinhoffs might have dismembered Jeremy's body after he died (accidentally?) so that no one would ever find it, hence the amount of blood seen on Steinhoff's shirt.
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Hi everyone,

I'm offering theories on UM cases I watch to further my interest in psychic detective work. After watching the episode, I consult my cards. Sometimes the results are obvious based on the information already available, other times there are surprises. I don't assume I'm right, but I like the idea of trying to understand what happened, or what the motivation might be.

In this case, I think what was described at the pond actually occurred. That doesn't mean that someone didn't also put something in Jeremy's drink at the part to lower his inhibitions, but I don't believe he died that way. One of the guys in the group, the one who I believe murdered Jeremy, was very controlling and was dating or very interested in a girl who either wanted to break up with him or who was flirting/interested with Jeremy. I don't believe Jeremy wanted to steal this girl away, but he innocently took an interest in her, they had a friendly conversation at the party that may have continued at the pool, and when this guy saw this with his friends, he was furious at both of them, but took it out on Jeremy. He pointed the gun to scare Jeremy, as if it were a joke, and shot him. He made it seem like an accident but with this guy it is doubtful - he brought the gun to intimidate Jeremy or get "revenge", even though Jeremy was innocent.

I believe the story about the cabin, and this is why one of the guys came home with blood all over him. I'm not entirely convinced that Jeremy was there for 2 weeks, but he definitely was in and out of consciousness and should have been taken to a hospital. The girlfriend wanted to go to the police, but they threatened to kill her. Someone said here in the forum that they moved the body, and I think that is right. They hadn't planned to at first, but then it became obvious that too many people knew what happened, and that someone might talk, and they guy who shot him got very scared. Two of them came back without the others and moved the body. I feel that Jeremy was taken somewhere near water.
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It's a sad day when I read what psychics believe happened on sitcomsonline.
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Actually, UM profiled many talented psychics who helped solve cases including Dorothy Allison, John Catchings and Nancy Myer to name a few - if you are a fan, you'd know that. You're entitled to your opinion, and you may not agree with my observations, but I ask that you be respectful. I feel it doesn't matter where the ideas or theories come from, if it furthers the discussion and stays within the guidelines, it may bring us closer to resolving a case. The only reason I included that in this post is that I'm referencing things in my post that weren't part of the episode, and I wanted forum members to know where my speculation comes from.
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I just want to add, I've been reading this post backwards, so I wouldn't be influenced by the information here. I see the family has posted. I mean no disrespect, and I truly hope that Jeremy's remains are one day found. It could be the woman I saw that Jeremy was concerned about was his sister. As I said, I'm trying to develop my abilities and working on cases like this is the only way.
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