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Home - by - July 21, 2013 - 09:43 America/New_York - 16 Comments

Daughter’s distress as father-of-five who vanished 16 years ago and was pronounced legally dead reappears alive and well having started a new life as a gay man

A married father-of-five who went missing 16 years ago and was legally pronounced dead has reappeared alive and well having started a new life for himself as a gay man.

In a report broadcast on ABC’s 20/20, the man, Eric Myers, is described as having lived the American dream.

The Arizona man married his high school sweetheart Anne, and they started a life having two daughters, Kirtsen and Erin, and adopting three boys from Vietnam.

(keep this in mind for later in the story -bfh)

Things seemed to be going well for Myers, who was working for his father’s booming property business.

But according to one of his friends, Myers complained about being in debt.

Added to that stress was the fact that his marriage was on the rocks.

Anne wanted to go to college, and that didn’t fit into deeply religious Myer’s idea of the ideal Christian housewife.

Though he tried to find reasons in the bible to keep her from pursuing her education goals, he couldn’t find a valid excuse and felt trapped.

They talked about divorce, but Myers wanted to do the Christian thing and stay married.

Soon after, Myers attended a real estate seminar in San Diego and never came back.

At first authorities suspected foul play, but they couldn’t find any evidence of a crime. Myers had completely vanished.

They did find that he checked out of his hotel the first day of the conference, but kept going to the meetings.

No one knew where he was or where he went.

According to Myers, he was robbed the last day of the conference, so he spent the night in a seedy motel with only a few hundred dollars in his pocket.

The next morning he crossed the border to Mexico and took a bus to Cabo San Lucas.

It was there that he decided to unwind on the sandy beaches and escape from his life for a little bit.

Myers said he was dealing with the stress of keeping a long-hidden secret: the fact that he was attracted to other men.

Read more:

The guy who adopted three Vietnamese boys ended up with this homo -

Big secret: Myers says he knew since he was 6-years-old that he was attracted to men, but hoped his religion and starting a family would stop the urges

Just livin’ the dream, eh Chester the Molester?



  1. Jethro

    July 21st, 2013

    He should be forced to live the remainder of his life as a homo prostitute (catcher) to repay the $800k insurance company lawsuit.

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  2. Jerry Manderin

    July 21st, 2013

    Tonight on 20/20.

    “The Case Of The Disappearing Queer.”

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  3. IronyCurtain

    July 21st, 2013

    What an absolute piece of $hit to do this to his kids. The insurance company ought to be suing him for fraud, not the family. A person this disgusting only has one option: run for mayor of NY city.

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  4. Goucho Marxist

    July 21st, 2013

    I knew I was different when I was 6 years old too..

    I knew I was a Marxist and I was attracted to other people’s money.

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  5. J Frank Parnell

    July 21st, 2013

    Just another mentally unstable homosexual. It’s a comorbidity.

    Heterosexuals’ intuitive revulsion of fecal intercourse is currently being artificially suppressed by groupthink liberalism, which is its own mental disorder.

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  6. the aardvark

    July 21st, 2013

    Happy homo, my ass. The guy is a total fraud and should be ostracised by everyone who is normal. Stop the world I want to get off if this is what the results of lascivious and hedonistic lifestyles lead to. I don’t want any part of their Bizarro world gone mad.

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  7. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    July 21st, 2013

    Butt if the insurance sues the dude, they’d get harassed for gay hating.

    Why doesn’t the family get together with the company and sue the “father”?

    Oh and has someone checked the 3 boys to make sure they weren’t assaulted by him? Maybe he left because he had to stop himself from assaulting them.

    Ugh. What an asshole.

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  8. RosalindJ

    July 21st, 2013

    From the comments on the Daily Mail is a bit more information about his sudden re-appearance. Seems his parents have a ton of money – 60mil – and he showed up as his father was on his death bed. Whether that’s true or not, he’s a wretched P.O.S. for doing this. If it IS true, I’m in complete agreement with the person who posted:

    His ex-wife and daughters are going to have to sue him in order to get that money [that the insurance co is suing them for]. While they’re at it, she needs to sue him for back child support, alienation of affection, pain and suffering, and what ever else they can nail this loser for. If you read the original story, this guy comes from a wealthy family worth over $60 million, and he and his “husband” just happened to show up and move in to his parent’s home while his father was on his death bed. No doubt, him and his sweetie are going to be sitting pretty soon.

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  9. Callmelennie

    July 21st, 2013

    I was in San Diego last week and had an unusual conversation with a person who may or may not have been gay (snorf!)

    I was out walking with the wife and in-laws and we sat down next to this testosterone-deficient gentleman with a Pekingesian pseudo-dog sitting next to him. After he (politely, I must say)moved his dog over, I sat down and suddenly noticed there was another dog at my feet. So I said, “Holy cow, you have TWO dogs.”

    At which point, the dude went into a non-stop five minute demonstration of what psychiatrists would call “pressured speech” where he explained in an extremely rapid tone that .. he was employed as a dog walker for this lovely old woman who pays him 1,000 a week to walk her dogs and that she was such a lovely person and that he was so devoted to her but she had these terrible issues with overeating and drinking but that they were trying to convince her to see a psychiatrist so that he could continue to work for her because he had other things he wanted to accomplish in his life ….

    And all the while I’m observing his behavior in the same clinical detached way that Pavlov observed dogs salivating and I finally responded, “Well, that was one HELL of a great response to my observation that there was more than one dog at this bench. Clearly, the outdated notion that homosexual behavior is fueled by other, identity-related pathologies should be consigned to the dust bin of history.”

    No I didn’t. For one thing, I never want to be responsible for the complete emotional breakdown of a fellow human being.

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  10. norman einstein

    July 21st, 2013

    “…it just happened.” Weasel words from a true creep.
    As the daughter said, how could anyone be so utterly selfish as to inflict the perceived loss of a parent, and the pain that entails, on their own child?

    Plus, he has a REALLY punchable face to boot.

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  11. RosalindJ

    July 21st, 2013

    AZ Central has a good write-up of what happened. Seems that poster was correct.

    Part 2: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2011/10/17/20111017arizona-missing-man-eric-myers-part-2.html?nclick_check=1

    Part 3: http://www.azcentral.com/news/articles/2011/10/18/20111018arizona-missing-man-eric-myers-part-3.html

    The father indeed was worth 60 million. Eric’s portion would be 12. Additionally, Eric’s father arranged to pay the life insurance so the daughters would have a trust, and his wife was not connected with it in any way. This guy should apply for a position in the Obama administration. He would fit right in.

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  12. Czar of Defenestration

    July 21st, 2013

    The wife should set him up, using a Trayvonite.
    AFTER she has set up some rights to his dough.

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  13. Billy Fuster

    July 21st, 2013

    If only transgender camps for kids existed while he was growing up . . .

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  14. reddecaesari

    July 21st, 2013

    has anyone asked the three adopted Vietnamese boys if they were molested?

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  15. Jayne

    July 21st, 2013

    The family is appealing the insurance company claim? If true, and who the heck knows what true is anymore, they are shits too.

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  16. online-stopwatch.com

    July 25th, 2013

    An impressive share! I have just forwarded this
    onto a coworker who has been conducting a little research on this.
    And he actually bought me dinner because I stumbled
    upon it for him… lol. So allow me to reword
    this…. Thank YOU for the meal!! But yeah, thanx
    for spending the time to talk about this matter here on your

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