Mother of missing Colorado boy speaks out, not giving up hope

Landen Hiott speaks to ABC News about her son Gannon Stauch, who was reported missing on Jan. 27, 2020.
2:34 | 02/21/20

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I don't know how. Come forward with out him. This is the main thing it in need ton about how the people apart again being innocent people asked me. What has been and it don't think you can say he's here. He gave me life. He gives me energy if a bad day is Gordon bad doctors hear his voice. Mimics a better. This is the longest time and I have not heard as well. And only thing acted just keep playing videos back report that mommy I'd love you and there's only thing about it I don't I don't want it that whenever in my mind that. Like I think mobile. Like more than air. More than two life let me ask me. Indian and he. Is not only in. He feels variably he's happy ski. Every town he called me and outfitted tough thing you have to tillage. And sometimes it's the jokes that don't even making status and sometimes it is in the fortieth yet but that's O. He didn't want everybody that he had human when he knew instantly only thing in acting question to flip flop why did it. Because he doesn't deserve this at all but independents. And only thing that act ended at moma as his mom is in. Get it out to make sure that Gannon story. Doesn't doubt and that probably comes home looking east come home. Like in this strange that. It is disappeared is nobody has tried nobody hears anything nobody knows anything. It's not. It's not how it's supposed to work. And I heard that he ran away like I needed that would be first side what that is not my boy. Bob Newton network like 100% without a shadow of doubt my boy would not run away. Ian. Cole hope. Until he's found that takes twenty years I still want his face plastered everywhere. That's what I mean. That's what I won't with what I desire. Other than him coming home that's what I want the most but until that day comes. I want him everywhere I don't want distorted out this is my boy is the passion below the togetherness that this community has had. This is gain and not mean that it won't rob bowling alone in throws late and we got. And an ending that.

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