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Christmases yet to come

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:27 pm Tue 17th December 2013

Many men all over the world have been unwillingly separated from their children. Some have no idea where those children are or even what they might look like today. Some may meet again, others will not.

Some people do go looking, and those that successfully find each other are occasionally reported in the media. At least, with the power of the internet it is becoming easier to find people, they can be more visible. Not every search ends in success.

A mother at 19, Carol King Eckersley put her new born son, Kenneth Bissett, up for adoption. This year, she discovered that her son was one of the Syracuse University students killed when Pan Am Flight 103 blew up over Lockerbie, Scotland.

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We never know when our time is up. I am sure that Christmas is a time a father thinks more of their missing children and perhaps you would like to leave a message, write something down for them, just in case your children come looking for you, but you’ve already gone.

If you put your name and their names in one comment it will make it possible for search engines to link these names together and return a search find to anyone who is looking via the internet.

So, if you want to leave your missing children or your missing father a Christmas message for 2013, write a message in the comments section below.

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