On June 13, 1994, 13-year-old Nicholas Barclay disappeared from his hometown of San Antonio, Texas. Being from a turbulent, working-class family, he received little attention from the media and it seemed that his family were the only ones who missed him (and they did so desperately). Imagine everyone’s surprise when Barclay was reported found three years later in Linares, Spain.
Year after year, documentaries prove that as the old saying goes, the truth really is wilder than fiction. This year’s Sundance hit The Imposter tells the tale of a Texas family whose 13-year-old child disappeared in 1994. Three yea... Read Post
'The Imposter' is about a missing San Antonio boy named Nicholas Barclay, who was supposedly taken off the street after a basketball game in 1994, when he was 11 years old. Read Post
In 1994, 13-year-old Nicholas Barclay disappeared after storming out of his San Antonio home. Three years later, his family got a call from a Spanish juvenile center, where a man claiming to be Nicholas had been found. Bart Layton’s... Read Post