Somewhere over the rainbow...

Ayla Bell Reynolds: Last Seen December 2011 in Waterville, Maine

Welcome to Justice For Ayla, a blog dedicated to raising awareness about the unsolved disappearance of Ayla Bell Reynolds.

New to this case or visiting for the first time?

Begin by browsing our About section. Then, read our three-part series, Somewhere Over the Rainbow:

What if?

by Grace4Ayla on August 27, 2014

Let’s play a game of ‘What If.’ What if you are a young person (21 – 25 years old), and you find yourself in a very bad situation. A situation so dire, in fact, that you could  go to jail for a very long time, possibly even for life.

Let’s say you create a cover story, and for a while the police seem to believe you, or at the very least, they don’t have enough evidence to arrest you…yet. Then one day you suddenly have a new problem, and it’s a BIG one. You need help, but you can’t go to your parents, siblings, or even your close friends for fear of revealing your original secret. What do you do? [click to continue…]

Discussion Post #2 – General Discussion Thread

August 20, 2014

It’s been a crazy few days for all of us who follow the Ayla Blogs. Here are some items of interest to discuss:

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Discussion Post #1 – General Discussion Thread

August 18, 2014

Jeff Hanson, maternal family spokesperson, officially closed down his site a few months ago. He has since unpublished it, and redirected the site to the original Now Tori Gifford, one of Jeff’s co-admins on, has announced that she will dismantle that blog shortly as well. In order to have a place for […]

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The Parent Trap: Cooper Harris and Ayla Reynolds

July 12, 2014

On June 18, 2014, around 9:20 am, Justin Ross Harris strapped his 22 month-old son, Cooper Harris, into his too small, rear-facing car seat and drove the short distance to his place of work. Normally, Justin Ross Harris would drop off Cooper at the onsite daycare, located in a different building around the corner, but […]

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Abduction Fear Text Messages Revisited

May 29, 2014

Early on in the mysterious case of Ayla Bell Reynolds, both sides of the missing child’s family published text messages on their respective blogs. These of course, are the infamous “abduction fear” text messages that were allegedly sent between Alya’s mother, Trista Reynolds, and her father, Justin DiPietro in the weeks before Ayla disappeared. The […]

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