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The Serial Imposter Who Claimed To Be A Missing Boy — And Fooled The Family

Frédéric Bourdain made a career out of impersonating various missing kids. He fooled the family of missing teen Nicholas Barclay, living with them for five months. The post The Serial Imposter Who Claimed To Be A Missing Boy — And Fooled The Family appeared first on CrimeFeed.
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