Kansas Mom and Kids Forced to Travel to ‘Religious Rehabilitation Facility’ in Mexico: Desperate Search Underway


Investigators from Kansas issued an advisory on endangered persons for a mother, her two daughters, and a man they believed “coerced” to travel to Mexico to attend a religious rehab facility.

According to a Kansas Bureau of Investigation press release, officials do not know the location of Martha Unger (23), and her daughters Madilynn Faith Unger (1 year old) and Haylie Grace Unger (2 years old).

KBI reports that Unger and two of her daughters went missing on June 28 just before 7 pm from their rural Haskell County home.

Investigators suspect that they were forced to travel with Corney Klaasen and Elizabeth Klaasen to Mexico for a religious rehab facility.

The type of facility or location is unknown.

Officials believe the Klaasens were driving a white-and-black Chevy Blazer, with a Mexico license plate.

The Klaasens live in their fifties. Corney is a male described as approximately 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing jeans, a button-up t-shirt and clean-shaven.

Martha Unger is also believed to be driving a white 2015 Ford Explorer with Kansas plate 301RJY.

KBI officials said that investigators want to verify the well-being of Martha and her kids.

The Haskell County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to assist in locating them. If you have any information about them, please call them at 620-675-2289.

KBI officials urge anyone who witnesses the vehicle or subjects to immediately call 911.