Terri Horman, last person to see missing child Kyron Horman alive, accused of another murder-for-hire plot!


Terri Horman, last person to see missing child Kyron Horman

Kyron Horman vanished in June of 2010 in Portland, Oregon. The last person to see him alive was his stepmother Terri Horman. Shortly after the 8-year-old was reported missing, Kyron’s father dumped Terri after he was told that Terri had approached a landscaper to kill him 5 months before Kyron vanished.

The landscaper told law enforcement and law enforcement armed with with a wire, he met with Horman however they were not able to obtain any evidence from her mouth that she was guilty of the alleged murder-for-hire, so she was never charged.

Moreover, there was a grand jury investigation into Terri Horman’s role in Kyron’s disappearance, Terri Horman was never indicted and Kyron has never been found. Kyron’s biological mother filed a lawsuit against Terri Horman, claiming she was responsible for Kyron’s disappearance, but the lawsuit was later dropped.


Now, almost 7 years after Kyron has vanished, we learn Terri Horman was investigated for ANOTHER murder-for-hire plot! In 1990 when Terri Horman was 20-years-old she allegedly arranged for her boyfriend at the time to be killed. The boyfriend, Sean Rea said he went to a park with Terri and a man ran towards him with a gun and Terri said “he’s here for you.” No shots were fired and Rea dumped Horman after that.

Rea said an inmate even confessed to a murder-for-hire scheme decades ago to law enforcement. Despite all that, no charges were filed against Terri Horman, even though the case from 1990 remains open.

This makes the murder-for-hire accusation against Terri Horman, leveled against her after Kyron’s disappearance even more credible and shows a pattern of criminal activity dating back to the 90’s.

This is one lucky woman, suspected of so many crimes, but always wiggling her way out.

Terri Horman is living in Northern California and using the alias Terri Moulton.

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One comment

  1. I never believed that this woman had nothing to do with his disappearance. The story didn’t add up. I believe she did it.


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