The search for Dylan Redwine, the missing Monument 14-year-old, will be on the Dr. Phil show and will air in two parts, on Tuesday and Wednesday.
While the show will be “highly emotional,” says Denise Hess, the leader of the effort by volunteers to find Dylan, no conclusion was reached about the missing boy.
Louis DiCenzo, spokesman for Dr. Phil, confirmed the show dates. (For a preview of the show, follow the link at the bottom of the story.)
Part one of the show Tuesday explores why the parents blame each other. It also asks Dylan’s father, Mark, about the last time he saw his son.
Dylan disappeared at his father’s house in Vallecito, near the town of Bayfield, Nov. 19 while on Thanksgiving break. He’s been missing for more than three months and searches and the investigation so far have been fruitless.
Dr. Phil will also ask why Mark and Elaine’s oldest son, Cory, accuses his father of hiding something, according to the Dr. Phil web site.
In Part 2 on Wednesday, Dr. Phil goes one-on-one with Mark.
He asks Mark if he was the last person to see Dylan, what he thinks happened to his son and if he will take a polygraph test.
Mark has already taken one test, but it proved inconclusive, investigators and volunteers said.
Hess, who had signed a confidentiality agreement, couldn’t discuss details of the Dr. Phil show.
“I can tell you it’s going to be a powerful show,” she said. “A lot of information came out. It was the first time the whole family was able to sit down together. We’re just hoping that this is going to bring the awareness we need for Dylan nationwide.”
The show airs on KOAA 5 at 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, according to the listing on the Dr. Phil web site and on KOAA's web site.