Shutdown Corner

  • Colorado man who disappeared from Broncos game walked and hitchhiked 100 miles

    Frank Schwab at Shutdown Corner23 hrs ago

    The story of how Paul Kitterman disappeared at halftimeof last Thursday's Denver Broncos-San Diego Chargers game was strange, but at least he's safe. But the story behind what happened after his disappearance is even stranger than the disappearance itself.

    Kitterman was found safe on Tuesday night in the parking lot of a Salvation Army in Pueblo, which is 112 miles south of Sports Authority Field, where Kitterman was last seen by his family at the Broncos' game. His disappearance made national news, but he didn't know because he said he hadn't watched television in several days and wasn't aware people were looking for him,the Associated Press reported. Kitterman said he didn't want to watch any more football so he walked and hitchhiked his way to Pueblo, which is south of Denver. Kitterman is from Kremmling, which is northwest of Denver.

    Read More