Murderer’s son has turned life around


Rossendale Free Press
August 28, 2009

A Rawtenstall man who has turned his life around after his father was convicted of murder, is helping others come to terms with their own tragic experiences. Nick Castree’s father Ronald, of Shaw, Oldham, is serving life for killing schoolgirl Lesley Molseed in October 1975.
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Maddy's mother photographed boat she believes snatched girl


Maddy's mother photographed boat she believes snatched girl
9 August 2009
The Express on Sunday
James Murray

Kate McCann went to see a boat she believes was used in the abduction of their daughter, the Sunday Express can reveal today. Just a few days after Madeleine was snatched from the family's holiday apartment, a family friend had a "strong vision" that the child was on a boat moored in a nearby marina. Kate went to Lagos marina, a few miles along the coast from Praia da Luz where her daughter vanished on May 3, 2007, and photographed the boat and the man on board, a hand-written note in police files reveals.
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Are you delivering my new daughter?


8 August 2009
Daily Telegraph
Charles Miranda

``ARE you here to deliver my new daughter?'' This was the compelling question that sparked a dramatic new twist in the hunt for missing British toddler Madeleine McCann -- one that could bring investigators to Australia. Yesterday detectives revealed the precise words spoken by a woman with an Aussie accent to a British man in Barcelona three days after then four-year-old Maddie disappeared -- apparently having been snatched from a holiday apartment in Portugal in May 2007. Earlier it had emerged the mystery Australian woman -- who detectives are now trying to find -- was approached by a British businessman outside a bar in the marina area of Barcelona in Spain, 72 hours after Madeleine disappeared.
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Has this woman the answer to what happened to Madeleine?


Aug 7, 2009
Daily Mail
Tom Kelly

This is the woman private detectives want to speak in the latest part of their twoyear search for Madeleine McCann.  She was seen by two men outside a bar in Barcelona looking agitated three days after the youngster disappeared.  'Glamorous and well turned out' and described by the two British men as a 'bit of a Victoria Beckham lookalike', she spoke to one of the men, telling him something that investigators believe indicates she may know what happened to Madeleine.
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5 August 2009
Press Association National Newswire

Here is a timeline of the key events since Madeleine McCann's disappearance.
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