Missing Maine Man Casually Walks Up to News Crew Covering His Disappearance SHARE: Tweet A TV news reporter in Maine was in between live shots on a story about a missing elderly man when the missing elderly man in question casually sauntered up to him. Right place, right time. VIA WMTW.com The man, 73-year-old Robert McDonough, who suffers from dementia, had been missing for more than 14 hours. Here’s the moment McDonough approached the news crew: WMTW News 8 anchor/reporter Norm Karkos was able to call the warden, who was able reunite McDonough with his family. VIA WMTW.com McDonough appeared to be in good condition, although there was some blood on McDonough’s hand. A happy ending to a scary story. The story is unique in many ways, although a similar situation happened in Fresno, California, in 2011. Uncanny. SEE ALSO: • Don’t Believe the Type • Australian Reporter Gets Anchorman’d on Live TV [via Mediaite] MOST RECENT BY Brett Rosner:Older Dude Just Wants to Dance With Somebody, Feel the Heat With Somebody5-Year-Old Pilot Flies Airplane Solo, Crushes Your Life's AccomplishmentsDudes Play an 'Aggressive' Game of Dice In Bathroom During a Lil Wayne, T.I. Concert Brett Rosner Brett Rosner is a bona fide newsman and contributor to HyperVocal. Tweet him at @BRosner85.