Blaze Thibaudeau is a Gilbert high school kid whose Mormon mother, Spring Thibaudeau, abducted him. She had been obsessed with the idea of Christ’s Second Coming, and this had led her to feel that Blaze played a unique role in it.
Ben Thibaudeau, Blaze’s father, was profoundly concerned about the situation. He disclosed that Spring had not only abducted their son but had also broken off touch with him and amassed a large amount of survival equipment. Ben was concerned that Blaze would be in danger as a result of Spring’s strange views.
Blaze was now living with his religiously dedicated mother, Abi Snarr, 23, and his uncle, Brooke Hale. Ben was quite concerned about his son’s health.
Blaze Thibaudeau Missing
Blaze Thibaudeau, a 16-year-old Arizona boy, went missing, raising fears for his safety. He was discovered with his mother, Spring Thibaudeau, near the Canadian border, who had grown preoccupied with doomsday ideas and the Second Coming of Christ. Blaze’s absence prompted an investigation, and he was later discovered with his sister and uncle.
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MISSING BLAZE: I obtained family court documents filed by Benjamin Thibaudeau & his lawyer the day after 16yo #BlazeThibaudeau was taken from Gilbert to Boise, ID. He’s believed to be with his mom Spring Thibaudeau & the allegations are disturbing. Here’s what the petition says. pic.twitter.com/VzJuiQXreP
— Justin Lum | 林俊豪 (@jlumfox10) October 27, 2023
Ben Thibaudeau, his father, reported him missing and voiced concern for his son’s safety owing to his estranged wife’s strong beliefs. After attending energy healing sessions and having dreams about the end of the world, Spring Thibaudeau developed radical apocalyptic ideas.
She believed Blaze played an important position in the Second Coming and needed to be taken to an unknown area for that purpose. Blaze, on the other hand, did not share his mother’s convictions, and his disappearance occurred after his parents’ divorce.
The case is similar to other doomsday-related incidents in that it highlights the difficulties and concerns associated with extreme beliefs and their impact on families.
What Happened to Blaze Thibaudeau?
Blaze Thibaudeau, a 16-year-old kid from Arizona, went missing, and his case took an unexpected turn owing to his mother’s views. He and his mother, Spring Thibaudeau, uncle Brook Hale, and sister Abigail Thibaudeau were discovered near the Canadian border in Alaska.
Blaze’s father petitioned for emergency custody after his son was taken from their home to Boise, Idaho. Spring’s doomsday ideas alarmed his father, who linked them to a prior high-profile case involving doomsday cults.
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On Wednesday, October 25, 2023, the Gilbert Police Department began investigating an alleged case of custodial interference involving 16-year-old Blaze Thibaudeau. Thibaudeau is believed to have been taken out of Arizona by his mother, Spring Thibaudeau. pic.twitter.com/QrFSqXLTxE
— Gilbert Police Dept. (@GilbertPolice) October 27, 2023
Spring had taken Blaze out of state against his will, motivated by her belief in an imminent doomsday and the Second Coming of Christ, according to documents. Spring and her brother were convinced that Blaze would play an important role in the Second Coming. Blaze was vehemently opposed to his mother’s ideas.
The family was last seen driving a white 2004 Lexus GX 470 with dealer tags, and they were suspected of planning to fly to Canada with heavy snow gear. Authorities have filed arrest warrants for Spring and Brook, who are charged with conspiracy to conduct custodial interference and custodial interference. Concerns were expressed concerning the impact of doomsday beliefs on family dynamics and the safety of the persons engaged in the case.
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