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PA THE BOY IN THE BOX: WM, 4-6, found in Philadelphia PA - Feb 1957 - America's Unknown Child

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1900 to 1979' started by SMC, May 17, 2015.

  1. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    There are certain pieces of information from Martha that stay with me. One piece of information is Martha's description of her uncle's involvement with Jonathan. Martha believed that he was probably Jonathan's father, although he was married and had a daughter. Martha described her uncle as spending time with Jonathan and being affectionate. I just hate to even think of falsely accusing anyone of a despicable action without cause, but this man's behaviors really bother me.

    How could Martha's uncle be so caring and affectionate with Jonathan, unless the uncle was also part of the pedophile group? Any normal human being would find Jonathan's situation repulsive and unacceptable. If he was a normal father, how could he arrange for the sale and sexual abuse of his own flesh and blood? How could this man accept what he saw in that coal bin unless he was part of the pedophile group? Martha's uncle had to have been very much involved and not just as a means for the librarian to purchase her illegitimate sex toy.



    But other snippets of Mary's account raise eyebrows. Months after her initial, riveting session with Kelly, McGillen, and Tom Augustine, she has related something new. Now she says her uncle may have been the biological father of the boy she knew as Jonathan. No, she acknowledges, she has no hard evidence. But she recalls that her uncle was especially attentive and affectionate toward the child whenever he visited the home of Mary's parents. Alas, the uncle was on Mary's father's side of the family, so the unknown child's mitochondrial DNA would be useless in trying to establish a relationship-if the uncle could be tracked down, that is.

    David Stout. The Boy in the Box: The Unsolved Case of America's Unknown Child (Kindle Locations 2207-2209). Kindle Edition.
     
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  2. FlandersFields

    FlandersFields Well-Known Member

    Thank you Kimster! The burden would be too hard to carry.
     
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  3. FlandersFields

    FlandersFields Well-Known Member

    Thank you Akoya! You really are his advocate! I know he is saying thank you
     
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