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:

Time For the Hard Questions

December 23, 2014

With the three year anniversary of Ayla Reynolds disappearance come and gone, recent interviews and blog postings have shed new light on the missing toddler’s terrible fate. Jeff Hanson, maternal family spokesperson, has even brought his blog United For Ayla back from retirement, with a new post that boasts many guarded references to impending legal […]

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The Mouse Ran Up the Clock: Three Years Missing Ayla Bell Reynolds

December 17, 2014

Today, December 17, 2014, Ayla Bell Reynolds has been missing for three years. At 20-months old, Ayla was reportedly taken from her bed in the night, while two other children and three adults (Justin DiPietro, Courtney Roberts, and Elisha DiPietro) slept only yards away. Since that night three years ago, Maine State Police have concluded […]

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Discussion Post #3 – General Discussion Thread

September 6, 2014

Hi folks. We are still experiencing difficulty with our comments database. Previously we had installed a plug-in called “Comment disabler” which is still affecting the site, although disabled. I have notified the techs, but since it’s the weekend it may not be addressed until next week. We apologize for any inconvenience. Thanks Dana!

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What if?

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 […]

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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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