Missing Man Finds Himself After Being Missing For 30 Years

A missing man has just found himself after he was reported missing 30 years ago.


According to NBC News, Edgar Latulip of Ontario, Canada was 21 when he went missing from his home for the developmentally delayed in 1986. 30 years later, just two weeks ago, a man living a few towns away solved the cold case by reportedly having a flashback that his real name was actually "Edgar Latulip" rather than the one he'd been living under.

Investigators believe that Edgar must have suffered amnesia from a head injury and started a new life nearby with no memory of his true identity. After remembering his original name, Edgar found a missing person flyer of himself online and contacted the police. A DNA test confirmed his identity.

His mother is overjoyed to be reunited with her long-lost son.

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