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    WY - Richard, 11, Reagan, 10, & Virginia Uden, 32, Lander, 12 Sept 1980 - *ARRESTS*

    reagan, richard and virginia

    Date Of Birth: May 25, 1970
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 10 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'2; 100 pounds
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown eyes; brown hair. Reagan has a small scar on his right eyelid and a scar on the abdomen from a hernia operation. He also has a gap between his two front teeth.


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    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Reagan was last seen with his mother, Virginia Uden, and his older brother, Richard, on September 12, 1980. The Udens were last seen leaving Virginia's mother's home in the vicinity of the 700 block of N. Federal Ct. in Riverton, WY at approximately 1:30 PM on September 12, 1980. They were en route to meet the boys' adoptive father in their station wagon. They never arrived. Their car was found abandoned and vandalized on October 4, 1980 near Dickson Park Road and Trout Creek Canyon in the Wind River Canyon area of Fremont County, Wyoming. Traces of Virginia's blood were discovered inside the vehicle. The Udens have never been seen nor heard from again.


    Missing since September 12, 1980 from Lander, Fremont County, Wyoming.
    Classification: Endangered Missing



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    Vital Statistics

    Date Of Birth: October 6, 1947
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 32 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'6"; 170 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian. Brown hair; brown eyes. Uden has a medium complexion.
    Birthmarks: She has a birthmark on her left lower eyelid.
    Dentals: Upper and lower dentures


    richards info


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    Date Of Birth: November 22, 1968
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 11 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'3; 90 pounds
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair; brown eyes. Richard has surgical scars on his neck and nose. he has a scar on his forehead. He wears eyeglasses and is crosseyed.


    does anyone know anything else about this i went on doe and really didnt do a big search they have never been heard from since they went missing


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    Link to Missing Uden brothers

    Do not have much more information. I recall seeing the boys photos many years back. Have never seen a photo or poster for their mother. What was the father's connection (if any) regarding their travel plans and route?

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    http://www.missingkids.com/missingki...archLang=en_US


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    i dont know nothing i could i find said anything about the father and what his connection was other that they were on the way to see him


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    is any one intrested in this case let me know after seeing the pictures on doe network its haunted me for months on what happend to them does anyone have any more info on these cases


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    Smile

    i was going into old threads i started and decided to see if anyone had any info on this case not found on the web or anyone who is intrested in the case


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    Smile22, this case has always peaked my interest but there is just not a lot of information our there. Wish we could dig up something. It constantly amazes me how enire families can disappear without a trace.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KT Can
    Smile22, this case has always peaked my interest but there is just not a lot of information our there. Wish we could dig up something. It constantly amazes me how enire families can disappear without a trace.

    do u think someone was following them and waited till they were driving in rute somewhere in the middle of nowhere and then made a move its like so many years and no trace i know the found blood on the car but that was about it
    sad


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    Quote Originally Posted by smile22
    do u think someone was following them and waited till they were driving in rute somewhere in the middle of nowhere and then made a move its like so many years and no trace i know the found blood on the car but that was about it
    sad
    This case sounds more like they were random victims of highway-men/abductors who were out to get someone and the circumstances and opportunity was "right".


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    You can find a picture of Virginia Uden on NCMA.

    http://www.theyaremissed.org/ncma/ga...hp?A200300735S

    Not much info available for the family, alas.


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    There is still not much information on this case, but here is Virgina's doe network info
    includes a photo.

    And a little more information about the blood & vehicle here at For the Lost.

    It's too bad there hasn't been more attention paid to this case. Sadly there are plenty of places in Wyoming to easily hide a body/bodies. I think the abductor/murderer would have to be a local person familar with the area (some one who knew of places to hide a body) - and since the car was found locally I think the family was taken to the 'boonies' and then the car was driven back to town.

    In Wyoming the guys (and some of the gals) grow up hunting in, playing in, driving in, and partying in the 'boonies'. There are still vast amounts of open land that people rarely visit and I've often heard it said that if you want to get away with murder then Wyoming is the place to get rid of the body.


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    Richard, Reagan, Virginia Uden - missing from Lander, Wyoming on September 12, 1980

    This is my pet case, so I was very happy to see some new articles on it.

    http://www.localnews8.com/Global/sto...&nav=menu99_8_

    http://www.casperstartribune.net/art...4f00055bf3.txt

    http://www.forthelost.org/uden.html

    I want the case solved very badly, but part of me wonders if it is what my new pet case will be.


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    i started a thread a while back on this case the link is here http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=14283


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    Monday, May 19, 2008 11:18 AM MDT

    PAVILLION -- Officials from several agencies and the University of Wyoming archaeology department are looking here today for evidence in the 1980 disappearance of a Riverton woman and her two sons.

    Virginia Uden and her sons, Regan and Richard, haven't been seen since being reported missing in September 1980.

    "Recent investigations concerning this cold case have revealed the necessity to examine an area at a residence where their last known location had been reported," the Fremont County Sheriff's Office said in a news release this morning.

    Read more in Tuesday's Casper Star-Tribune.

    http://www.trib.com/articles/2008/05...4527322907.txt


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    http://www.trib.com/articles/2008/05...699c8c002906e0
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    By JOSHUA WOLFSON
    Star-Tribune staff writer
    Friday, May 23, 2008 7:56 AM MDT

    PAVILLION -- They've labored for two days under a baking sun and
    another two days in wind and rain.

    They've painstakingly sifted through mounds of rocky Wyoming soil,
    searching for evidence that might solve a mystery that began before
    some of them were even born.

    The work isn't easy, but it's providing valuable experience for
    eight University of Wyoming anthropology students. It might also
    offer new clues into the disappearance of a woman and her sons
    nearly three decades ago.

    "The ability to actually see and deal with an investigation is
    something you can't teach inside a classroom," said Rick Weathermon,
    senior research scientist for UW's anthropology department. "It's
    something you have to experience. For some of these folks, it is the
    first real introduction to something they plan to do with the rest
    of their lives."

    Weathermon and his students are helping state and Fremont County
    investigators dig up a swath of sage desert at a home near Pavillion
    once owned by Gerald Lee Uden.

    Uden's ex-wife,Virginia, and her two sons have not been seen since
    Sept. 12, 1980, when they left Riverton to meet him at his home.

    Authorities have long suspected Virginia Uden might have been
    murdered, but there has never been an arrest in the case. However,
    the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation has recently
    uncovered new information that prompted the agency to organize the
    dig.

    "We are looking for anything that might indicate what happened to
    them," Fremont County sheriff's Sgt. Jerry Evagelatos said Thursday.

    Authorities turned to Weathermon and his students for assistance.
    Weathermon said he has asked to help out on criminal cases a few
    times a year on average.

    Chandra Thompson, a student of Weathermon who already graduated,
    said she and her classmates eagerly agreed to help out with the
    investigation.

    "It's nice to be involved in something that is important," she said.

    The students are digging in a 40- by 40-foot section of land that
    served as a feeding area for hogs at the time of Virginia Uden's
    disappearance, Evagelatos said. So far, the work hasn't uncovered
    human remains, but the students have found some items that appear
    foreign to the soil in that area.

    The dig began Monday under a blazing sun and dry conditions. The
    weather began to turn Wednesday, and by Thursday, sleet had begun to
    fall.

    A tent was erected over the site to keep the area dry and allow work
    to continue.

    The effort doesn't resemble the high-tech investigations featured on
    television shows like "CSI." Instead, the students use tools
    available at most hardware stores -- shovels, brooms, screens and
    buckets.

    The team divided the dig site into 96 sections, then laboriously
    excavated 10 to 12 inches of dirt from each one. Using screens, the
    students sifted through the dirt for clues.

    "We are treating the whole area as a crime scene," Evagelatos
    said. "And each individual piece that's found gets bagged, is noted
    where it came from and is photographed."

    The students have worked each day from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 in the
    evening. Some have taken up temporary residence at the home of the
    Fremont County coroner. Others are staying at motels in Riverton.
    They've committed to spending up to two weeks on the dig, entirely
    on a volunteer basis.

    What the effort will mean for the case remains to be seen. Some of
    the items recovered during the dig -- which authorities did not
    detail -- will be sent to a UW laboratory for analysis.

    "We don't know if they are any help to us or not," Evagelatos said.

    Reach Joshua Wolfson at (307) 266-0582 or at josh.wolfson@trib.com.

    News Tracker

    Last we knew: Investigators and University of Wyoming students began
    digging at the former home of a man whose ex-wife disappeared nearly
    28 years ago.

    The latest: The team has not located human remains, but has dug up
    some unidentified items.

    What's next: The items will be sent to a UW laboratory for more
    analysis.


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