Please Help Bryan Haltom’s Family Find Justice

When a friend of mine told me about Bryan Haltom’s case, I felt that the least I could do was to offer a platform for this mother who continues to seek justice for her son nearly 18 years after his death. Lynn shares her story below. Please look carefully at Bryan’s picture. He was driving that car when he was murdered.

Please read and share. I can’t imagine the pain that Bryan’s mother, Lynn, endures.

Thank you.

Bryan Haltom

Bryan Haltom

18-year-old Bryan Haltom had his whole life ahead of him. In the early hours of July 17, 1996, he was on his way home. Only he never made it home. Instead, he was shot through the heart on the side of Highway 67 just North of Spencer, Indiana.

As we approach the 18th anniversary of his death, so many questions are left unanswered. Why was this teenager murdered? Why was a mother left without her only child? Does someone know what happened that night?

Bryan has not been forgotten. Answers are still being sought. Someone somewhere does know what happened that night. We will continue to fight in his memory until we know the truth.

If anyone has any information, please help.

Thank you isn’t saying enough in helping me seek answers on my son’s behalf,

“If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, I’d walk right up to heaven and bring you home again.”

If you or anyone you know has any information on Bryan’s case, please contact:

Stacy Brown, Detective – Indiana State Police

Don Vandermoere, Prosecutor


  1. Lynn (Bryan's mom) says

    Thank you so very much Kristin for taking time out for me and Bryan. You don’t even know us, but are willing to help.

  2. Chris says

    They need to dig more in to owen county COPS they now more then they will say this town is to small Avery one knows Avery one they know wat happend but they won’t risk there family name bull s**t

  3. Martha says

    I think you need to contact the world renoun psychic, Sylvia Browne. If not her then there are plenty of others that are good and accurate. And of course, a lot of phoneys.

  4. Martha says

    Wasn’t the case going to be televised on America’s Most Wanted or another program, I can’t remember? And then, even the TV network refused to go ahead with it for some strange reason.

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