I was looking at a news notice about a Pekin Illinois boy missing. Robert B. Bee was last seen at 11 a.m. In Pekin. The boy is four-foot-six-inches tall and weighs 110 pounds, and has red hair and blue eyes. He has a rash on his left cheek from poison ivy, and was last seen wearing a red and gray shirt, blue jeans and red Nike shoes, police said.
Monday, November 28, 2016 05:16PM
PEKIN, Ill. (WLS) -- A 13-year-old Pekin, Ill., boy missing since Nov. 11 has sparked an endangered missing person advisory, Illinois State Police said Monday.
Pekin is located just outside Peoria, which is about 170 miles southwest of Chicago. Anyone with information about this endangered missing person should call the Pekin Police Department at 309-346-3132.
I had a dream about this boy on Last Monday. I looked at the boys photos online, then dreamed this dream.
I had a dream that a boy fell into a lake, and his dad was looking for him. It looked like this boy.
I had strange dream about boy. Not sure who. His father had a hard time with him. The boy fell into the lake and the police came and drug him out. His dad was upset. I think the dream may be about this boy he is missing, but not for sure. I just remember from the dream the boy was hard to handle. The boy was. The Pekin boy. The dream showed day time. By lake or body of water. It showed. The father with the police there. They pulled the boy out of the water. I don't know if he was dead or alive. But I saw the farther yelling.
I saw the father, telling the police his son was hard to handle.
The dream showed the water was not frozen. The father had no heavy coat on and the police there were several police cop cars and the father only. It was a bright sunny day. The water was not frozen when the find the boy
I am not sure if he was dead or alive. I saw the father yelling and freaking out.
I saw the police pulling the boy out of the water.
I saw a bright sunny day. And lots of cops and the father.
I see a boy but not sure if it is the Pekin boy.
The Pekin boy has been missing since. November 18, 2016