On May 5, 2009 Robert Ray Honeycutt, 31, left his home in Littcar, Kentucky with intentions on going to the store to make a few purchases, and was never seen again.

When he left his home, he had told his father that he was going out to get some things at the store. About 30 minutes later, his father received a call that Robert had wrecked over an on HWY 160, near the Ivis Bible Church.


The travel time between Littcar, and where the church is located is roughly around 9 to 10 minutes. So presumably he made it to his destination, got what he needed, and was headed back to the house whenever he had his accident.

Robert’s step-sister was actually driving that same stretch of road at the time of the accident. She said she passed it, noticing that there were around 3 or 4 people on the side of the road. It was on a curve, so she kept driving.. not knowing that it was her step-brother that had wrecked.

There were skid marks at the scene, where Robert’s car had driven over an embankment. Witnesses say that they saw him return to the main road, he had visible injuries. The police were called, but he was gone before they arrived.

He supposedly got into another vehicle once he got to the road, but I’ve not been able to find any descriptions of what the vehicle was.

Again, all the local news sites have no archives regarding Robert’s disappearance. I would really love to know what kind of car/truck he got into before he vanished. That seems to be the kind of information that would be pertinent in possibly locating him…

I’ve even tried looking on the dreaded Topix forum for any possible information.

Who did Robert possibly ride off with that day? Could he have suffered some internal injuries leading to his death and maybe whoever he was with panicked and got rid of his body? I hate to jump to any conclusions, but is it possible that he kept less than savory friends that may have had a direct hand in whatever happened to him?

If you have any information about what happened to Robert, please call the Kentucky State Police at 606-435-6069.


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