There is no need for a child to tremble in a corner like a frightened mouse fearing a cat will pounce on him. Like Tinker Bell sprinkled pixy dust on kids to allow them to fly, you can turn yourself into Mighty Mouse if you have GEM power. Enrich your mind with Jim’s GEMs, Jimmy Ryce’s Great Escape Maneuvers.
A Gem, by the way, is a kind of marble. Every day, kids playing one or more of Jimmy’s GEMs knock themselves free from sexual predators.
Read the information next to each marble to be sure you have all your marbles in a row and know how to play the Escape Game.
Jimmy Ryce’s Great Escape Maneuvers (GEMs)
Just as fool’s gold is worth nothing, so lust masquerading as love exploits you. Just as Dr. Jekyll turned into the fiend Dr. Hyde, seemingly friendly Howard Ault turned into the rapist and murderer of 11-year-old DeAnn Jones and her sister.
The man walking the cute dogs may have said to 6-year-old Etan Patz, “Come to my house, and I’ll let you play with their puppies.” Etan may have been lured into a store or car to get candy. For the full story, go to the Abduction section. of this website.
Ask your mother or daddy to give you a secret word if they want you ever to go with someone without their directly telling you it is OK to go with that person that day. If your parent is willing to risk it, he or she can select a word which the person has to give to let you know your parent is giving you permission to ride with that person. When Howard Ault offered 11-year-old DeAnn Jones and her beautiful younger sister Alicia a ride home, the best thing for them to have done would have been to say “no, thank you” and run straight home and tell their mother what happened.
For DeAnn’s full story and picture, go to the Abduction section of the jimmyryce.org website, and click on 11-year-old girl. Pretty, 6-year-old Morgan Nick may have gotten into the red pickup truck because the man ordered her to. Let your children know they do not have to get in a vehicle when an adult demands that they get in. Children should not get into a car unless at least one parent has said they may ride with that person that day. For Morgan’s full story, go to the Abduction section of this website and click on 6-year-old girl.
Once you’re in a closed place, it’s much harder to get out or to attract help. Even though 11-year-old DeAnn Jones and her younger sister Alicia thought Howard Ault was a family friend, they did not have their mother’s permission to go into his house that day to get leftover Halloween candy. Locked inside the well-insulated house, with people in nearby houses still at work, no one heard DeAnn’screams or her little sister Alicia’s sobs.
Big-eyed, 6-year-old Etan Patz either did not know or did not remember that he should never go in a store without his parent, even though he might know the owner. He may have forgotten that he should never visit a man’s apartment without his parent’s permission to visit that person that day. For Etan’s full story, go to the Abduction section of this website, and click on 6-year-old boy.