Going public was a hard decision for Lylith and family, but I’m sure they’re glad they did it.
Within 24 hours of issuing a statement, they were given the gift of Scout Taylor-Compton’s SAFE return HOME!
And really, that’s all anyone wanted! Blessings galore!
As one friend said:

They will still need our prayers and support as they put this behind them and move forward.

Thank you, EVERYONE, for your support and legwork in helping get Scout home safe! May we live in a world where all news stories about missing children end so very happily!

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  1. Aimercat August 25, 2005 at 3:02 pm

    Glad she has returned safely and apparently unharmed. I even posted on a couple threads on last night out of the remote possibility that I could get the word out to more people who I hadn’t passed it onto already. My cousin disappeared once (she ran away), so I will keep the family in my thoughts as I know from personal experience that the next few days, weeks, etc. will be filled with emotions, questions and difficult times.

  2. Daniel August 26, 2005 at 9:42 am

    I was relieved to hear she was found.