What happened to a dad who simply vanished at a Denver Broncos game? His panicked family and friends are getting desperate.
INSIDE EDITION’s Les Trent spoke to Tia Bakke, who took a photo at the game with the missing fan, 53-year-old Paul Kitterman.
Trent asked, "Does it make any sense to you that he would disappear in the middle of a football game?"
Bakke said, "There is absolutely nothing that makes any sense about any of it."
Kitterman was attending his first pro-football game against the San Diego Chargers on Thursday Night Football at sold out Mile High Stadium.
Tia and her boyfriend had given the tickets to Paul and his son, Jarrod, but were sitting in a different section of the bleachers at one of the nation's most iconic football stadiums.
They all met up again at halftime.
Bakke said, "Everyone was excited. Broncos were winning, having fun. We went back to our seats and that was it. We haven't seen him since."
Paul’s son went to the bathroom and when got back to his seat, his dad wasn't there. Tia says Paul, who liked to ride horses and hunt, didn't have a cell phone or credit cards and had about $50 in cash.
A missing person's flyer is now being distributed everywhere.
Trent asked, "Do you think he left on his own?"
Bakke said, "No, I do not think at all that Paul just left. Paul would never just leave, ever."
Police say they have no leads in the mystery of what happened to the football fan that disappeared into Denver’s thin air.