The missing person's case of 3 year old Noah Clare from Gallatin, has taken a few important turns in the last few days. One of the most unsettling finds has been from social posts. WKRN found Facebook posts leading to his taking of his son on the run. It was from a "surrendering" support group"
“Since November I’ve had my son kept from me and I’ve spent thousands of dollars on attorneys. I’m to the point where I feel like surrendering is my only option…I’ve felt like I’m in a movie set the past few years.”
Another post sounds like he might be making plans:
“It also make me wonder if it’s time to do things that you don’t want to do, that would go against societies rules but yet you know in your heart it would be coming from a place of pure love.”
Then another post makes it seem like he's convinced he's following a higher call:
“The only thing that makes sense to me is if something is around the corner that I’m needed for that’s divine purpose for the greater good and that is me needing to let go of what I’ve always known as the daddy in me.”
Weeks later, Clare bought the Subaru Legacy on Facebook marketplace. A few days later, Noah Clare was reported missing in Gallatin. California Highway Patrol is currently on the lookout for 3 yr old Noah, his father Jacob, and Noah's teenage niece, Amber.
Several concerned family members also fear Jacob may be in an inappropriate relationship Amber.