Monday, January 10, 2011

Missing Evan Trembley Hoax - - Rebirth of a 2007 Practical Joke by Evan Trembley Himself

Beware! Its a Cyber World - - Missing Evan Trembley Hoax:

This hoax email circulating claims to be an Amber Alert, 15-year-old Evan Trembley has been missing for two weeks.

Such hoax emails and messages sometimes hurt cause of the actual and original problem which can be solved through this medium; but false mails are circulating in large frequency will let recipient doubt that "is it real or hoax..??" For example, we presented here true story of a missing child Michael Verster that was needed to be responded seriously.  

The message includes a photograph of Evan and supposedly contains a plea for help from the boy's distraught mother. It asks recipients to pass on the message to as many people as possible in the hope that someone has seen Evan.

A reborn version of the hoax claims that Evan is missing from Charters Towers, a town located in north Queensland, Australia.

Subject: Evan Trembley

Amber Alert.

Staff Sergeant Rick Williams
Wichita Falls Police Dept.
1007 N. Elm St.
Wichita Falls, Texas 76310
[Phone Number Removed]

Please look at the picture, read what his mother says (below), then forward this message on. - Sometimes Internet Reports have produced remarkable results.

My 15 year old boy, Evan Trembley, is missing. He has been missing for now two weeks.

Maybe if everyone passes this on, someone will see this child. That is how the girl from Stevens Point was found by circulation of her picture on tv. The internet circulates even overseas, South America , and Canada etc.

Please pass this to everyone in your address book. With GOD on his side he will be found.

"I am asking you all, begging you to please forward this email on to anyone and everyone you know, PLEASE.

It is still not too late. Please help us. If anyone knows anything, please contact me at: HelpfindEvanTrembley@yahoocom I am including a picture of him.

All prayers are appreciated! ! "It only takes 2 seconds to forward this.

If it was your child, you would want all the help you could get!!


In summary, Evan Trembley is a real person, but he is not missing. Evan himself created the fake alert in 2007 as a practical joke for his friends. The "joke" soon spread far and wide and has circulated ever since. 

The message is a hoax and should not be forwarded.

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