STEVEN SLATER & MISSING CHILDREN MEMORIAL (pics)

STEVEN SLATER & MISSING CHILDREN MEMORIAL (pics)

Steven Stayner with Timmy White - Focus of the book, "I know my name is Steven" - only to have his older brother submit to crime & murder years later in Yosemite Park - killing 4 unsuspecting females.

Steven Stayner with Timmy White - Focus of the book, "I know my name is Steven" - only to have his older brother submit to crime & murder years later in Yosemite Park - killing 4 unsuspecting females.

Steven Stayner was kidnapped at age 7 and held for seven years as a sex slave. His abductor told him he was getting too old and kidnapped another young boy, five-year-old Timmy White. Steven could not bear the terror that Timmy was going through and decided to escape, taking Timmy with him. They hitchhiked 40 miles to safety. Steven was killed in a hit-and-run motorcycle accident in 1989. His biological brother, Cary Stayner, committed several high-profile murders near Yosemite National…

Steven Stayner was kidnapped at age 7 and held for seven years as a sex slave. His abductor told him he was getting too old and kidnapped another young boy, five-year-old Timmy White. Steven could not bear the terror that Timmy was going through and decided to escape, taking Timmy with him. They hitchhiked 40 miles to safety. Steven was killed in a hit-and-run motorcycle accident in 1989. His biological brother, Cary Stayner, committed several high-profile murders near Yosemite National…

Steven Gregory Stayner (April 18, 1965 – September 16, 1989) was an American kidnap victim. Stayner was abducted from the Northern California city and county of Merced, California at the age of seven and held until he was 14, when he escaped and rescued another victim, Timothy White, in 1980. Stayner died in 1989 in a motorcycle accident while driving home from work.

Steven Gregory Stayner (April 18, 1965 – September 16, 1989) was an American kidnap victim. Stayner was abducted from the Northern California city and county of Merced, California at the age of seven and held until he was 14, when he escaped and rescued another victim, Timothy White, in 1980. Stayner died in 1989 in a motorcycle accident while driving home from work.

Steven Stayner, 7, was kidnapped in 1972 by pedophile Kenneth Parnell. When Steven escaped at 14, he also managed to rescue another victim of Parnell, Timmy White, 5. Parnell served five years in prison for the kidnappings. He was later sent to prison in 2003 following a conviction of trying to purchase a child and attempted molestation. He died in prison in 2008. Steven Stayner died in 1989 from a motorcycle accident and Timmy White, a sheriff’s deputy, died in 2004 from a pulmonary…

Steven Stayner, 7, was kidnapped in 1972 by pedophile Kenneth Parnell. When Steven escaped at 14, he also managed to rescue another victim of Parnell, Timmy White, 5. Parnell served five years in prison for the kidnappings. He was later sent to prison in 2003 following a conviction of trying to purchase a child and attempted molestation. He died in prison in 2008. Steven Stayner died in 1989 from a motorcycle accident and Timmy White, a sheriff’s deputy, died in 2004 from a pulmonary…

Young Steven Stayner here with his kidnapper Kenneth Parnell was abducted from Merced, California at the age of seven and held until he was 14, when he escaped and rescued another victim, Timothy White,

Young Steven Stayner here with his kidnapper Kenneth Parnell was abducted from Merced, California at the age of seven and held until he was 14, when he escaped and rescued another victim, Timothy White,

On December 4, 1972, Steven Stayner, 7, was abducted by serial pedophile Kenneth Parnell and held until 1980.  He escaped and was reunited with his family.  He later died in a motorcycle accident in 1989.  Ironically his older brother Cary Stayner went on a killing spree known as the Yosemite murders of 4 women.

On December 4, 1972, Steven Stayner, 7, was abducted by serial pedophile Kenneth Parnell and held until 1980. He escaped and was reunited with his family. He later died in a motorcycle accident in 1989. Ironically his older brother Cary Stayner went on a killing spree known as the Yosemite murders of 4 women.

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