Casey Kasem Missing

INSIDE EDITION speaks with Casey Kasem's daughter, Kerri who suspects the pop culture icon has been taken to a remote Indian reservation by his wife, Jean.

Could 82-year-old pop culture icon Casey Kasem be somewhere in the northern reaches of Washington state on the Colville Reservation?

Legal analyst Jack Ford told INSIDE EDITION, "Casey Kasem is a mystery right now. No one seems to know where he is and the people who do know where he is are apparently not talking."

Kasem, who suffers from advanced Parkinson's disease, disappeared from a convalescent hospital in Santa Monica, California where he has been living. He was allegedly spirited out by his wife, Jean Kasem, who is battling his children over custody of the ailing legend.

Casey's daughter, Kerri Kasem told INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret, "I'm asking anybody who's heard, or seen anything, please call the police."

Kerri says that just before his disappearance, Jean Kasem was overheard saying, "I need an Indian reservation with a private airstrip and I want to bring Casey there." [Source: The Hollywood Reporter]

The Colville Reservation is served by a small municipal airport in the town of Omak, 50 miles away.

Kerri says she is desperate to locate her ailing father and posted this message on her Facebook page: "Please pray that he is safe."

"Are you worried for his safety?" asked Moret.

"Absolutely. He is in no condition to be driving across state lines, flying out of the country, being moved here and there in the back seat of a car. That's just criminal," said Kerri.

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Jean took Jim Moret on a tour of the sprawling Kasem mansion when she put it on the market for $42 million. The house is 12,000 square feet, with eight bedrooms,14 bathrooms and a heart-shaped pool. It sits on two-and-a-half acres of some of the world's most expensive real estate.

Casey was nowhere to be seen during Moret's tour. Now, the question is, could he be spending his final days, in of all places, a remote reservation?

Kerri concluded, "We have to find my dad."