Sean Muramatsu, one of the eight young people who left for Las Vegas in December 2011 and has not been heard from since, sent this video to his brother Ryan not long before he left. Sean’s family has asked us to share these words from their beloved son and brother in hopes that it will help bring the truth about his disappearance to light.
We are unable to upload and release the entirety of the footage at this time, but please watch this video and let people know you demand the truth about what happened in Garlock, CA in December, 2011. For more info on how to see the rest of the footage, please contact us via our Facebook page below. Our voices will not be silenced.
Casey’s family found this video on her laptop that she recorded days before leaving for Las Vegas. None of us know who she is speaking to in this video, but we can tell this person was important to her. If you or anyone you know is this person, please contact us via http://facebook.com/familiesinsearch
We have important information to share with you as to what happened to Casey.
We thank immensely our new friends in Montezuma, Costa Rica, who run the Costa Rica International Film Festival, for their support in showing our footage. There will be a special screening coming up in November. We are overwhelmed that we’re now getting traction worldwide… thank you, Megan Macksey and Eric Panter! Our voices will be heard!
The outpouring of support from the family and friends of those eight young people who went missing in December 2011 has been inspiring for us working hard to get the truth out there about what happened to them. This latest video was recorded by Larissa before she left, and was sent to her mother—thank you for sharing with us. Every piece of video we can share about our loved ones brings us one step closer to bringing this out in the open.
G.R. Claveria, a filmmaker who runs the Shockfest Film Festival of Hollywood, saw our footage and wants to help bring to light what happened to our friends and family. We will be showing the footage to the public for the first time ever in its unaltered form in Los Angeles on November 17th, 2012, in what is now being referred to as “The Garlock Incident.”
To push this story out there, we have been reaching out to any people who can help shed some light on this, including members of the film community. Zac Reeder and Glen Reynolds of Circus Road Films have graciously offered to help get our footage out there for people to see for themselves what happened to our friends and family. We can’t thank them enough for their time and support.
Please let people know about our campaign… we can’t do this without you.
We, the families of those who disappeared, are in search of the truth behind the disappearances of our loved ones, who left Los Angeles on December 16th, 2011 to make an independent film in Las Vegas, and were reported as missing as of December 26th.
The people who have gone missing are our children, our brothers, our sisters, our cousins, our grandchildren, our nieces and nephews, our friends.
If you have any information regarding their disappearances, please contact us on our Facebook Page.
Please spread the word by sharing our cause with friends and family via Tumblr, Facebook, YouTube, tweet or email a link to our page, or any other way possible.