News Lost family found! … partly
posted by December 4 at 18:52 PMon
Since November 25th, the Kim family seemed to have just disappeared. The family of four (James Kim, an editor at CNET, Kati Kim and their two young daughters) were driving from Seattle to San Francisco and after stopping for dinner at a Denny’s outside Roseburg, OR, they never made it to their reserved hotel or back home to San Francisco.
A massive search effort ensued and just hours ago, a helicopter hired by the Kims’s family spotted Kati waving an umbrella near from near “Bear Camp Viewpoint” (elevation: 4,200 ft.) in southern Oregon. James left the family two days ago to get help, apparently, and has still not been found.
That’s all the information news agencies have for now: no word on how they went missing in the first place, the condition of Kati and the kids, or where the hell James could be.
Anyway, part one of the mystery is resolved, so you can all take one half-sigh of relief. No aliens, no kidnappers, so horrible random trail-stabbings. I hope James turns up and isn’t eating bark and freezing to death somewhere.