Once, every decade or so, “a child is abducted by some sexual deviant, or thrill killer, or in some other bizarre circumstance,” Neilssen says. These murders are extremely rare.
“If there was anything we could offer them, it would be, just keep plugging away,” Bruce Morcombe says. “The answer is there, don’t give up. It took eight years in Daniel’s case.”
“The worst case is not that a body is found,” Jubelin says. “The worst case is that a body is never found.”
How could toddler William Tyrrell simply vanish into thin air?
Greg Bearup and Dan Box 12:00AM April 18, 2015