Father Disappears While at Denver Broncos Game, Leaving Son in Stands (VIDEO)

A father mysteriously vanished while attending a Broncos football game with his son. During halftime, Paul Kitterman, 53, left his seat but his son, Jarod, says the dad never returned. After the game, Jarod met up with two friends of Paul's, who were sitting elsewhere, and the trio scoured the stadium for Kitterman. He was never found. Now it's been four days and Kitterman's family and friends are frantic.


Reportedly, Kitterman had no medical issues, no problems with drugs, and nothing that anyone could think of that would make him just suddenly disappear. Friend Tia Bakke, who was with the father and son at the game, told Channel 9 News:

This is just so not characteristic of Paul. Paul is one of the most loyal, responsible people you'll ever meet in your life. He would never, ever just leave you hanging, and especially his son. He would never leave Jarod.

Friends and family have been posting flyers all over town but so far no luck. They say that Kitterman did not have a cell phone on him, no credit cards, and was only carrying about $50 in cash. He also came with his friends, so he did not have a car.

While all of this sounds really alarming, the Denver police reportedly say they have no reason to suspect foul play.

Hopefully, stadium officials and police are going through surveillance camera footage, but I imagine Paul Kitterman, who was wearing a dark blue sweatshirt and an orange Broncos baseball cap, must have looked like hundreds of other men at the game.

Paul's family must be absolutely frantic by now, and this whole thing is so strange. Why would a dad just up and walk away from a football game, and walk out of his life with nothing? On the other hand, who would want to hurt a 53-year-old dad in the middle of a Broncos game? Neither possibility makes much sense.

The family has also scoured hospitals and jails -- with no sign of Paul.

Let's hope he's found soon. What do you think could have happened?

Anyone with any information regardig Paul Kitterman is urged to call the Denver police at 720-913-2000.

Image via Channel 9 News

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