Surrounded by family and friends, Melanie Alix lit a candle last night for her son Dylan, who disappeared exactly five months ago.
“Doing these vigils gives me more hope,” she said from her home in Moose Jaw, Sask.
On the 11th day of each month, supporters of Dylan Koshman’s family fill their home, praying for answers. On April 11, hundreds will gather in the elementary school he attended as a child, to mark the six-month anniversary of his disappearance and 22nd birthday.
Koshman stormed off after an argument with cousins in the early, pitch-black hours of Oct. 11. He vanished without a trace.
Alix said she’s received calls from psychics, who claim the truth will be revealed when the snow thaws.