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In Years Past

May 31, 2014
Post-Journal

In 1914, after being missing from his home for over four years, little Eddie Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams of near Kane, Pa., was to be returned to his home unless the clue on which detectives were working proved false. On April 15, 1910, the little Adams boy with four other boys went fishing at a creek near his home. The boys returned home without Adams, telling a story of how they had been chased by an unknown man. They told of how they escaped from him by running down the creek. The little Adams boy ran up into the woods in an effort to escape. A search for him started that night which lasted four months. Since his disappearance, the boy's mother, whose hair was gray from worry, had been of the opinion that the boy was kidnapped. The detectives refused to divulge their clue which was expected to cause several arrests before the end of the present week. They expected to find the missing boy in Philadelphia.

 
 

 

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