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Dennis, circa 1969; Age progression forensics photo to age 51 (circa 2013)

Missing Since 06/14/1969

Missing From Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

Classification Lost/Injured Missing

Sex Male

Race White

Date of Birth Used 06/20/1962 (58)

Age 6 years old

Height and Weight 4'0 - 4'1, 55 pounds

Clothing/Jewelry Description A red t-shirt, dark green hiking shorts, white socks and black low-cut oxford shoes with a simple heel.

Medical Conditions Dennis had learning disabilities in 1969. At the time of his disappearance, his mental age was about half a year behind his chronological age.

Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Dark brown hair, brown eyes. Dennis's hair is wavy and he has long, thick eyelashes. He was missing one of his upper front teeth at the time he disappeared.

Details of Disappearance
Dennis was visiting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park with his father, his grandfather, his older brother and two cousins on June 14, 1969. The family lived in Knoxville, Tennessee at the time. They hiked from Cades Cove to Russell Field, a distance of ten miles, their first day, then traveled to Spence Field the next day and set up camp there.

Dennis was last seen between 2:00 and 4:30 p.m. that day as he played a game of "Hide and Seek" in Spence Field in the park, near the Appalachian Trail. He disappeared behind a bush in the area and has never been seen again.

The search for Dennis involved over 1,400 people and was the largest, most extensive search in the history of the park. The search effort was hampered by heavy rains that hit the area on the evening of June 14, however, and no evidence as to the child's whereabouts was ever located.

Dennis was a special education student at the time of his disappearance. He is described as a "husky, healthy" boy who had hiking and camping experience and wasn't particularly fearful. His case remains unsolved. He is believed to have gotten lost and perished in the park.
Investigating Agency / Department

Great Smokey Mountain Police Department 865-436-1230

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation 615-744-4000

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