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A ten-week-old infant is kidnapped by two teenage girls.
It all began in Chicago, Illinois, in 1953. Eight-year-old Geoffrey Harding was taunted by schoolmates about a brother he never knew. That same day, his mother showed him some scrapbooks stored in the attic. She explained that he did indeed have a brother. Geoffrey was unaware that his long lost brother had been kidnapped before he was born:
Geoffrey’s mother brought out a baby book and read him clippings she had saved about the events of June 30, 1944. That morning, she put ten week-old Laurence, Jr. in his carriage and made her customary trip to the corner market. There were two teenager girls in the store. According to Geoffrey, his mother didn’t recognize the girls from the neighborhood, but felt that their attention was innocent:
After three agonizing days, Geoffrey’s family received a phone call:
The FBI and the Chicago police searched for Laurence, Jr., to no avail. Finally, after four weeks, the investigation was called off. Ten-week-old Laurence Harding Jr. had vanished into thin air. Geoffrey Harding would never meet his older brother:
Thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, Geoffrey was able to secure the original FBI records pertaining to the case of his brother’s disappearance. In these files, Geoffrey found a startling new lead, and he hired private investigator Paul Rigsby. Together, they learned that in 1944, the FBI had interviewed two railroad porters. According to Rigsby, the porters told a curious tale of a young woman at a Chicago train station just four days after Laurence’s disappearance:
According to Rigsby, the teenage girl then asked a random woman to hold her baby for a moment:
Armed with the promising information, Rigsby immediately went to Magnolia. He conducted interviews and combed through the town’s records, but unfortunately turned up no trace of the woman or her family:
Geoffrey Harding will not give up his search until he finds out what happened to his brother. Geoffrey is certain his brother is alive and probably unaware of his unusual past: