The Denver Post has released a photo taken by a resident near Fort Collins which shows what MIGHT be the box that Falcon Heene is believed to be in when the hot air balloon took off from his home.Â Could this be the box that everyone is looking for?Â So far this is just the first photo that has been turned into the police that was taken of the mysterious incident.
The latest on this tragic accident involving the Wife Swap family, the Heene’s, in Colorado is that a neighbor saw the brothers on the roof of their home, with a camera, looking up into the sky and saying that their brother is up there.Â Authorities are still looking for the little boy and/or a box that may have been attached to the homemade flying saucer.
According to the father, Richard Heene, there was a box that was attached to the bottom of the balloon that the missing boy is believed to have been in that is currently being looked for by authorities.Â The box fell off at some point in flight, but no one is sure when or where.Â The Heene family appeared on WifeSwap one year ago.
If you have not turned on TV, turn it on now.Â A Colorado family built a homemade balloon and their six year old son may have been in the balloon as it soared over 5500 in the air.Â The family, the Heene’s, were on WifeSwap when they became known.Â The father is a weather chaser and scientist who was building this ballooon with his six year old son, Falcon.
ABC switches more moms this week on Wife Swap. The Edwards family loves play acting. Jackie and Phil are impersonators, and their only child, 15 year old Elisa has fun dressing up too.The Chi family isn’t close, but the children are well provided for. They are martial arts masters, and run their family just like their dojo structure, discipline, discipline, and more discipline.
This week on ABC’s Wife Swap, the yoga happy Petersen family will swap with the Vaughn’s, who own a dairy farm. Susan Petersen has one son, and spoils him rotten, and Beth Vaughn has four children who all work hard helping on the farm. It’s definitely going to be a culture shock for both of them!
ABC‘s Wife Swap features another odd couple tonight. The Linkins live in Virginia, and love fantasy. Grace Linkins spends her days dressing up as elves or queens, or playing online for hours, even though she’s past 50. The Bonetts, from Florida, are ambitious and are driven to build a real estate empire.
ABC‘s Wife Swap features a the achieving Jones family from Colorado switching with the homeschooling Martinson family in California. The Jones have two daughters, the Martinsons have three sons… it’s boys against girls!
WifeSwap airs on ABC tonight, pitting small town all-American consumers against eco-chic city folk. The Long family has 4 boys and $15,000 worth of paintball equipment, and have a great time shooting each other. Meanwhile, the Stephens family enjoys their cultured lifestyle with an emphasis on education.
ABC‘s WifeSwap is particularly timely tonight, contrasting tightwad coupon clipper Denise McIntyre with spendy social butterfly Andrea Keyser. Which is better, spending or saving? Which is more worthwhile, clipping coupons or hanging out with friends? And more importantly, can you really buy $50 worth of groceries for two bucks?