Dad Of Missing Timmothy Pitzen Says Wife’s Behavior ‘Didn’t Seem Like Anything Out Of The Ordinary,’ The Day She Left With Their Son
On May 14, 2011, Amy Pitzen was found dead by her own hand in a Rockford, Illinois motel room. Days before, authorities say Amy had signed her 6-year-old son, Timmothy, out of school without telling her husband, Jim.
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Reportedly, Amy took the child to the zoo and then to two different waterparks, but when a maid at the motel found Amy’s body, Timmothy was nowhere around. In the note she left behind, Amy only said that Timmothy was “safe” and that he’d never be found.
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In the video above, Dr. Phil speaks with Timmothy’s father, Jim, about the days and hours leading up to his son’s disappearance and his wife’s death.
“Was she behaving unusually?” he asks Jim in the video above.
“It didn’t seem like anything out of the ordinary,” Jim responds.
When does he say he first became concerned that his son was in danger?
In a daytime exclusive airing Friday, Dr. Phil speaks to Timmothy’s aunt and to the brother of a 23-year-old Ohio man who recently made headlines when he attempted to pass himself off as the missing child. Check here to find out where you can watch.
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If you or someone you know has any information regarding Timmothy Pitzen, his disappearance, or where he might be today, please contact The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Visit online or call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).
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