Right now, a few blocks north of where I live, the New York City police and members of the FBI are methodically digging up the basement of a Soho building, hoping to find the remains of Etan Patz, a six-year-old boy who disappeared 33 years ago while walking the two blocks from his home to his school bus stop. It’s odd to think that if Etan hadn’t disappeared, he’d now be a middle-aged man.
A subterranean dig in a Manhattan basement turned up little in the search for 6-year-old Etan Patz, leaving New York police investigators and the FBI empty-handed in the three-decade probe for clues in the boy’s disappearance. Only ... Read Post
Two years after they reopened an investigation into the disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz, the FBI and New York police are focusing on a Manhattan apartment building for new clues in the now three-decade-old disappearance and sa... Read Post