There's a small link near the list of page numbers that says 'watch thread'. That will alert you to new posts. And you can immediately be taken to all your watched threads so you don't lose them.
I'm attaching a screenshot - look below the video, it says I watch thread. That's the link you'll hit but yours will say watch thread.
Details of Disappearance [all from Charley Project] :
Tyler was last seen in the 5300 block of Picnic Point Road in Edmonds, Washington at 6:30 p.m. on April 19, 2016. He said he was going to jog to a youth group meeting at his church in the 4700 block of 116th Street in Mukilteo, Washington, about a mile from his home. He never arrived.
Authorities believe he left of his own accord and took a ferry from Kingston, Washington that night. The last person known to have seen was a man who picked him up hitchhiking; the man said Tyler seemed upbeat and asked for directions to Shelton, Washington, saying he was going hiking at Olympic National Park.
In May, his dark-colored backpack was found by the High Steel Bridge near Shelton. Inside were a few emergency blankets, some food, and extra clothes.
Tyler has four sisters. He is home-schooled and his family describes him as a hardworking, creative teenager who did odd jobs for the neighbors and made furniture and other things from metal and wood. He enjoys hiking and riding his motorcycle.
He has no history of mental illness or runaway behavior. He hadn't seemed upset prior to his disappearance, and his family doesn't know why he would have run away. His case remains unsolved.
Snohomish County Sheriff's Office 425-407-3970
It's coming up on the anniversary of his disappearance. My heart goes out to his family, and I hope they will receive answers.
From what I have read on the page dedicated to him on FB , it is reasonable to think that he ran away in a moment of despair . See posts #502 and #503. In my family 7 years ago one of my nephews (17 years)
left one morning and threw himself from the top of a viaduct: his parents, of whom he was the only son, were broken by this death. Adolescence can sometimes be a cruel time.