UK - Lee Boxell, 15, Sutton, 10 Sept 1988

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  1. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    Graveyard searched for signs of Lee Boxell, who went missing in Sutton 24 years ago (standard.co.uk)
    much more - lengthy article about the case - at Evening Standard link above

    Other recent articles, all from yourlocalguardian.co.uk:

    Murder detectives speak out about new leads in missing boy cold case

    Police look to unearth clues in Cheam graveyard in search for Lee Boxell

    Lee Boxell's parents fear their missing son was murdered

    Soul Asylum's UK "Runaway Train" video featuring Lee
     
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    Filly KICKING AND SHINING

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    Just real quick I read this article at link about untangling the difference between occultism and pedophilia. Was this guy a member of Golden Dawn? They repeat that through the article.

    Just wondering.



    http://backwardmessages.wordpress.com/2011/05/19/untangling-pedophilia-from-occultism-again/


    Sending prayers and positive vibes to Lee's parents. This is unimaginable. I just choked up how they took down his posters. All these years still waiting for him.
     
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    Thanks for the links, Good Sir.

    Now one can wonder if Lambert's son or sons knew Lee at all?

    Interview with Lambert's son who wants the dad dead and who has guilt as he introduced the girls to his father.


    http://www.thisiscroydontoday.co.uk...father-hates/story-12130250-detail/story.html


    ***Weird I don't really know "Runaway Train" save for bits and pieces, and here I've been singing it for almost a week.***



    BTW anyone who may know. Cheam, Surrey would be the equivelent like what here? A neighborhood? Is it Cheam, Surrey, UK?
     
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    A nice and sort of eerie shot of the Cheam graveyard at St Dunstan's Church (from the first yourguardian.co.uk link above).
    Probably lots of medieval gravesites there then, the bodies returned to clay.

    St Dunstan's, Cheam, is a bit more than a mile from where Lee Boxell was last seen, on Sutton High Street.
     
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    It's quite lovely. They let that guy run the show?

    The lychgate is cool too.
     
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    From a lengthy Telegraph article in 2007 documenting this as well as several other missing persons cases:
    Without a Trace
     
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    An earlier theory of the case posited that now-convicted child killer Brian Field perhaps had had a hand in Lee Boxell's disappearance:

    1968 killer snared by DNA (The Sun, from 2007)
    more, with pictures, at link above
     
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    An updated London Evening Standard piece:

    Graveyard linked to paedophile is dug up in hunt for Lee Boxell who went missing 24 years ago
    more at the link
     
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    Still no word that I've seen; hoping this isn't another dead end - his poor parents. When, in the Jimmy Savile case, the possibility that he was a necrophile entered the picture, I began to wonder if, perhaps, he might be acquainted with William Lambert, the gravedigger convicted above. A big stretch that would be, of course. Still, in the Savile matter, the case has grown so bizarre that one never knows.

    ETA

    Off-topic a bit for a minute, Fluttershy has a very good idea here:

    UK and Eire Forum
     
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    Lee Boxell case: Fresh appeal 25 years on for missing teen (BBC News)
    more at the link
     
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    Paedophiles active when Lee Boxell vanished in 1988

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-21469464

     
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    Lee Boxell detectives 'close in on two persons of interest' (BBC News)
    more at the link
     
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    Parents of missing Sutton schoolboy of 25 years taken to Cheam graveyard. (yourlocalguardian.co.uk)
    more at the link

    25 years now. Lee vanished on 10 September 1988.
     
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    I really think Brian Field is the best suspect for the disappearance of the Boxell boy, the two boys who disappeared on Boxing day, the boy found hanging in the woods, and probably a few others as well.

    ETA: It just makes me sick this boy attacker had free reign for so long. Once you attack a child, it should be history for you. No more chances.
     
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    Beautiful boy. He looks like a movie star.
     

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