Eps. 139/140/141 Runaway Train Parts 1,2, & 3
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Thirty years ago, a music video hit airwaves that changed how videos could be used for good. Soul Asylum’s choice to use photos of missing children as the backdrop to their song “Runaway Train” did in fact bring children home; in some cases heroically, in some, against the children’s will. Sadly, some were returned home, only to be laid to rest and others yet remain lost. For the next three episodes, I’ll be talking about the individual cases behind those faces and what the outcome was…if there is one available.
Episode Host: Alisha Holland
People referenced in Part 1:
Photos from https://steemit.com/pedogate/@artistiquejewels/missing-kids-addressed-by-soul-assylum-during-the-90-s-an-interesting-reminder-to-countries-who-feel-comfortable-leaving-their
Photos from The Charley Project and Wikipedia
Photos from The Morbid Library and The Charley Project
photos from The Sun and APM Reports
Photos from Wikipedia and MPR News
Photos from Wikipedia and NCMEC
People referenced in Part 2:
People referenced in Part 3:
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