Linkage Blindness XI: Little Boy Lost

Posted: April 1, 2016 in Uncategorized

Smart lad, to slip betimes away/From fields where glory does not stay
      —–A.E. Houseman, To an Athlete Dying Young

Bobby Panknin (center left) and his brothers in all their 1960s glory

Bobby Panknin (center left) and his brothers in all their 1960s glory


 

The search for Louis Mackerley attracted a predator, but was it the same predator who abducted him?
Five decades later, the echoes of Bobby Panknin’s disappearance continue to resonate
Jackie Theel’s first day of school may have been his last
One Andy, Andy Sims, entered the realm of the unknown in Wichita in 1961
Another Andy, Andy Puglisi, plunged into the void a decade later and half a continent away
Ending on a high note: this four-part saga about the disappearance of Eric Larsfolk and John McCormick Jr. is so gripping the Caledon Enterprise decided paragraph breaks were unnecessary (part 1 + part 2 + part 3 + part 4)

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