The Bossman in The Bighouse

Thursday, May 25, 2006

The Disappearance of The Westerfield Brothers. North Carolina 1964.

On September 12, 1964, the boys' stepfather dropped off The Westerfield brother’s at the popular Broadway Theater, on Hay Street at 5:30 p.m. in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The stepfather stated he returned to the theater about 8 p.m., and that both Alan and Terry were gone. When the boys vanished, authorities were not sure if the brothers ever made it to the theater. Some employees interviewed said they saw the boys, others said they did not. Neither child was ever heard from again and police think the boys were killed the day they disappeared. Heavy rains from hurricane Dora late that night and the next morning hampered the search. Authorities questioned the stepfather who was separated from the boys' mother, at the time. His account of what happened that evening was sketchy. Police also questioned the boys' natural father and concluded that he did not take the boys. At the time of their disappearance, Alan Westerfield is described as a 6 year old, white male standing 3 feet 10 inches tall, with sandy hair and blue eyes. His older brother Terry is described as an 11 year old white male standing 4 feet seven inches tall with red hair and blue eyes. Click on the web links below, read the case files and if you have any information about the disappearance of The Westerfield Brothers contact your local police.
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Terry Westerfield
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Alan Westerfield
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Thank You,
Darrell "The Bossman" Bartell

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