99% Invisible - Milk Carton Kids

How missing kids ended up on milk cartons

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Alex CarterHunter@alexcartaz · Operations @ 60dB. Ex-PH Podcasts 😻
From the description: "On a Sunday morning in 1982, in Des Moines, Iowa, Johnny Gosch left his house to begin his usual paper route. A short time later, his parents were awakened by a phone call–it was a neighbor—their paper hadn't come. When the Goschs went looking for Johnny they found only his red wagon full of newspapers, abandoned on the sidewalk. Johnny Gosch was 13 when he disappeared. He had blue eyes and dirty blond hair with a small gap between his front teeth. And his would be the first face of a missing child ever printed on a milk carton. Reporter Annie Brown spoke with Noreen Gosch, mother of Johnny Gosch and author of the Johnny Gosch Bill; Barbara Huggett of the National Child Safety Council; Paul Mokrzycki-Renfro, historian at the University of Iowa; and Bonnie Lohman, who was found through the milk carton campaign. Milk Carton Kids"
Tyler Swartz@tylerswartz · maker of things
This was a super interesting episode @alexcartaz, especially the part with Bonnie seeing herself on a milk carton.
Alex CarterHunter@alexcartaz · Operations @ 60dB. Ex-PH Podcasts 😻
@tylerswartz thanks! yeah I really enjoyed it too. =)