A Fife family have recruited a psychic to help in the search for their missing son.
The parents of Allan Bryant Jnr will meet a spiritualist later this week and have said that they will try anything to find the 24-year-old more than four months since he was last seen.
Allan Snr and his wife, Marie Degan, have also purchased their own mobile billboard to keep the hunt for the Glenrothes man in the public eye.
Speaking to The Courier, Allan said he was just desperate for closure on his son’s fate.
Commenting on the psychic, he said: “It’s not something that I’m into but we’re willing to give anything a try.
“The person we have is world-class and there is no bridge that we wouldn’t cross to try and find Allan.
“Lindsay Roy (MP) actually passed on the details. He didn’t say call them, but he said it was something we might want to look into.”
Allan was last seen during the early hours of Sunday November 3 leaving Styx nightclub on Caskieberran Road in Glenrothes.
Security camera footage has shown him leaving the venue at 2.02am.
A special fund was established to help in the search shortly after he disappeared.
Thousands of pounds has already been donated by the public and local businesses, with a reward also on offer to anyone who can help solve the mystery.
Allan Snr added: “We used the donations to buy the trailer and the billboard was built for free by a neighbour.
“The main reason behind it is to get people joining the Facebook page. Folk driving by might see it and it will help the page grow a bit more.
“It also helps to keep Allan in the public eye. Hopefully it can keep the police going as well.”
As well as being publicised locally, Allan Jnr’s face has also become well known to supporters of his beloved Celtic Football Club.
The club has recently advertised his disappearance at its home matches by placing an appeal on the giant screens at Parkhead.
However, despite their continued search for answers both locally and nationally, Allan Snr has once again stated his fear that his son may not be alive.
“We need that closure,” he said. “The past week Marie has found it really hard.
“I need to keep focusing on the emails that we get but it’s hard to cope with the situation.
“We know the worst has happened to our boy.”