By Steph Watts



  1. Tammy V on November 2, 2009 at 1:35 AM

    Being a parent myself, God forbid I were in Mr. Cummings shoes, but if I were, I would take all the help I could get to search for her. It’s well known that Mr. Miller and his group have had a lot of success at what they do, certainly I would be glad to have them help me. I don’t understand why it is that this woman has been given such latitude when it’s patently obvious she knows much more than she’s letting on. I admire you, Mr. MIller, for what you do. God bless you and your Group. Mr. Cummings, I can’t imagine what you must be going through. I pray every day for you and for your daughter to come home safely.

  2. Av8or on October 22, 2009 at 11:28 AM

    Now that we have another case 50 miles north of where Haliegh went missing, I wonder if we have a serial killer in North Florida. Did they do as good a search early on as the Clay County police did with Somer Thomas this week?
    Haliegh may be buried in a garbage dump somewhere.

  3. kymom on October 21, 2009 at 11:27 PM


    Anyone who has devoted his life to the self-less service of others does not need to explain himself to anyone. All people need to remember that this case is about Haleigh, not about coddling her father or step mother. No arrests have been made, no hard core evidence has bee found. For all the public knows anyone could have done something with this child. Thank you for being her advocate, and her advocate alone. I am sickened everytime I see Misty on television, but I agree that you should have protected her in order to protect the search for this baby.
    May God Bless You and Your Volunteers. Please do not give up on this child. It seems suspicious that family members would want you off the case whe you are working so hard to find their baby.

  4. Reeveys on September 19, 2009 at 7:15 AM


    Thanks for all of your hard work! I was wondering if Texas Equisearch or the Cummings family have utilized any psychic detectives in this case? Just curious, I know if my child was missing, I would probably be desperate enough to consider anything to find them.

  5. gottabelieve on August 31, 2009 at 8:23 PM

    Dear Tim,

    Those of us who have met you, know you would NEVER do this for public recognition. You could have chosen the easier path to live out the rest of your life enjoying yourself, but instead you chose the harder path to help bring closure to families who are desperate to find their missing loved ones. I am proud to have met you and worked with you on some of the searches.
    I know Laura is so proud of you!!!
    May God bless you and watch over you & Lisa.

    Rose P

  6. Pamela on August 28, 2009 at 10:36 AM

    I am hoping that despite some of the family saying they want nothing to do with you guys, that you will continue the search for HaLeigh. I don’t understand how people behind a computer screen can care more about finding this child then some in her own family. Disgraceful.

  7. Joan on August 27, 2009 at 11:14 AM

    I don’t understand how this teenage girl has flummoxed all the law enforcement authorities on this case. She must have tripped up somewhere and left some type of clue. It’s obvious that she is responsible. Hopefully, she can be arrested soon.

  8. Pamela on August 27, 2009 at 9:09 AM

    Thank you for helping HaLeigh!

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