NJ NJ - Jill Lynn Rosenthal, 1, Atlantic City, July 2, 1965

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  1. victoriarobinson642

    victoriarobinson642 Well-Known Member

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    It seems the missing twin sister of the man thought to be Paul Joseph Fronczak has been added to NAMUS.

    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

    Demographics
    Missing Age - 1 Year
    Current Age - 57 Years
    First Name - Jill
    Middle Name - Lynn
    Last Name - Rosenthal
    Nickname/Alias--

    Sex - Female
    Height - 1' 0" - 1' 4" (12 - 16 Inches)
    Weight - 15 - 20 lbs
    Race / Ethnicity - White / Caucasian

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    Circumstances
    Date of Last Contact - July 2, 1965
    NamUs Case Created - September 15, 2020
    Last Known Location Map
    Location - Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
    County - Atlantic County
    Missing From Tribal Land - No
    Primary Residence on Tribal Land - No
    Circumstances of Disappearance - My twin sister and I were abandoned at the age of 21 months. I was found outside of Mccrory's variety store on Broad Street. My sister has not been found to anyone's knowledge.

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    Physical Description
    Hair Color - Unknown
    Head Hair Description--
    Body Hair Description--
    Facial Hair Description--
    Left Eye Color - Unknown
    Right Eye Color - Unknown

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  2. Diavola

    Diavola Well-Known Member

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    Wouldn't Jack's other bio family members remember Jill's hair and eye colour?
     
  3. gladyseeya

    gladyseeya Active Member

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    From what I understand, the family was basically forbidden to speak of them. Pages of the twins in family photo albums have mysteriously disappeared. The Rosenthal's split around the time of the twins disappearance. The twins lack of presence was unquestioned due to each parent telling their family, they were with other parent and/or their family.

    The Rosenthal siblings were very young and close in age, 1961-1965. They were probably too young have a good recollection of physical characteristics. They were probably told a “story” that they have and still believe it to be true. They appear to be a leery of Paul and unwillingly to talk to him. The unshakeable trust of a child in a parent is not uncommon. Especially when the parent(s) have passed away.

    It would be interesting to hear the side of the story from the Rosenthal children. At the time of their disappearance, the Rosenthal’s youngest child was about 5 month old. Which means at the time of Jack and Jill’s disappearance, the Rosenthal’s had three children between 5 months to 21 months of age.

    I feel NAMUS is a bit misleading. It states both Jack and Jill were abandoned. If this were true, why did Paul go about digging and searching for her remains. I am in belief foul play existed, even with Paul/Jack being abandoned. But this implies she was definitely “abandoned” and her whereabouts are unknown. Paul/Jack was abandoned and found in such public location. I can’t help but wonder why his situation was not in news and media. Wouldn’t a child found abandoned in such a public place warrant as much media attention as a missing child? His public story seems to have began as the Fronczak’s missing child, and no one thought to consider him as any other.
     
  4. ChatteringBirds

    ChatteringBirds Well-Known Member

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    Is this the story?
    21-month-old Jack Rosenthal and his twin Jill Rosenthal went missing from their biological family in 1965, presumably abandoned. (Or something else happened to Jill.)

    Jack was found and thought to be Paul, who had been kidnapped as a newborn from the hospital. In recent years, Jack discovered his true biological identify and is now searching for his long-lost sister Jill.
    (And Paul was found alive but details of his kidnapping haven't been released as far as I know? And Paul recently passed away.)

    Is that correct?
    So now the question is - What happened to Jill?

    (Edited.)
    I wish Jack well and hope he will find out the full truth about his sister.
     
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  5. gladyseeya

    gladyseeya Active Member

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    Yes, this is the same story.
     
  6. gladyseeya

    gladyseeya Active Member

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  7. ChatteringBirds

    ChatteringBirds Well-Known Member

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    Oh wow, I had no idea that existed. How saddening.
     
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