Wednesday, December 4, 2013

The Disappearance of Mary Boyle

On March 18, 1977, six year old Mary Boyle was strolling down a country path in County Donegal, Ireland.  She was wearing her favorite lilac colored, hand knitted cardigan and black wellington boots.  She was eating a packet of sweets, as her uncle walked ahead of her carrying a ladder.

Uncle Gerry's long strides carried him down the path quicker than Mary could keep up.  It was about 3:30 in the afternoon and on the quiet dirt path, Mary Boyle vanished never to be seen again.

Both family and investigators have long been haunted by the strange disappearance of Mary.  She is Ireland's youngest missing person and one of the country's oldest unsolved mysteries. 

What could have happened to Mary in this remote, rural area?  There are many strange factors to the case and Barry Fitzgerald and I are tacking a crack at finding some answers using unorthodox means. 

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