Remembrance Day



This afternoon.

The third Missing Persons Day.

Farmleigh House, Phoenix Park, Dublin

Sam writes:

Families and friends of missing people gather in remembrance of those lost and for hope of new information on their whereabouts.

Missing persons Day commemorates those who have gone missing and recognises the lasting trauma for their families and friends. It draws attention to open or unsolved missing persons cases and creates an opportunity to provide information on the support services which are available.

(Sam Boal/

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One thought on “Remembrance Day

  1. catherine costelloe

    The old saying”there is good in worst of us, bad in the best of us” applies very strongly to Howard Kelly, aged 41, who had the conscience and courage to walk into a Dublin garda station to state Margaret Seery did not choke on her own vomit 20 years ago when he was 21 years of age. The garda got it wrong, the state pathologist got it wrong, the morgue got it wrong, and to add insult to her organs were ‘lost’ and she was buried without her organs. The lackof respect to Guinane family and to Margaret’s little daughter at the time highlights disgraceful, slap -dash failures .Mr Kelly, you have done a great service by coming forward. I hope you get appropriate support. Step up the persons who buried Sandra Collins, Aangus Shanahan, Desmond Walsh, beautiful Esra, Jo -Jo Dullard, Deirdre Jacobs. …..and thats only naming high profile cases. Make that call to Garda confidential line to give location of remains. Jaazus, do one good thing and give closure. If you look at Farmeigh house today…’d be an eejit not to see….emotional pain, year in , year out , causes cancer, strokes, despair, ….just phone and tell where remains are…let the tragic grieve. Mr Kelly, I salute you. God Bless you and your family.

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