Thursday, July 28, 2011

Missing In The Smoky Mountains: The Dennis Martin Case




NEWSPAPER ARTICLES


1969

Park Rangers Hunt Lost Boy; The Rock Hill Herald, June 12, 1969

Boy Lost Saturday In Smokies Is Not Found; The Times-News, June 13, 1969

Missing Tennessee Boy Is Still Being Sought; The Times-News, June 13, 1969

Seven-Year-Old Boy Is Lost In Smokies; The Times-News, June 13, 1969

Massive Hunt On For Missing Boy; The Dispatch, June 14, 1969

Hunt Missing Boy, 7, In Rugged Smokies; The Youngstown Vindicator, June 16, 1969

Green Berets Aid Search For Boy; The Evening Independent, June 17, 1969

Little Boy Still Lost In Mountains; The Rome News-Tribune, June 17, 1969

Season Of Lost Children Begins; The Day, June 17, 1969

Smokies Scoured For Boy; The Tuscaloosa News, June 17, 1969

Tenn. Youth Vanished Saturday; The Williamson Daily News, June 17, 1969

Bloodhounds, Green Berets Join Search; The Middlesboro Daily News, June 18, 1969

Footprints Bolster Hopes Of Finding Missing Youth; The Times News, June 18, 1969

Footprints Fan Hope In Search For Missing Boy; The St. Petersburg Times, June 18, 1969

Little Hope Seen For Lost Boy; The Times News, June 18, 1969

Hunt Goes On For Lost Boy In Tennessee; The Tuscaloosa News, June 19, 1969

Mom Feels Child Will Be Found; The Waycross Journal-Herald, June 19, 1969

One Boy Found, Another Still Lost; The Evening Independent, June 19, 1969

Army Of Searches Hunting Boy; The Rock Hill Herald, June 20, 1969

Biggest Smoky Search Continues For Youth; The Sarasota Herald-Tribune, June 20, 1969

Boy, 6, Lost In Mountains; The Gadsden Times, June 20, 1969

Hope Fades For Lost Boy; The Spokesman-Review, June 20, 1969

On 7th Birthday, Boy Is Still Lost In Mountains; The Rock Hill Herald, June 20, 1969

Search Continues For Lost Boy In Mountains; The Rock Hill Herald, June 20, 1969

Search Continues For Missing Boy; The Rome News-Tribune, June 20, 1969

Tennessee Boy Still Missing In Mountains; The Tuscaloosa News, June 20, 1969

Search For Missing Boy Is Continuing; The Times-News, June 21, 1969

Smokies Searched For Missing Boy; The Gadsden Times, Jun 21, 1969

Hundreds Hunt For Boy; The Gadsden Times, June 22, 1969

Hunt For Boy, 7, Continues; The Tuscaloosa News, June 22, 1969

Boy Still Lost; The Evening Independent, June 23, 1969

Says Chance Is Slim For Finding Boy; The Middlesboro Daily News, June 23, 1969

Pessimism Deepens In Search For Boy Missing In Mountains; The Rome News-Tribune, June 24, 1969

Plea Made By Father Of Lost Boy; The Waycross Journal-Herald, July 26, 1969

Farewll Hunt Staged For Boy Lost 2 Weeks; The Gadsden Times, June 29, 1969

Final, Futile Search Held For Missing Seven-Year-Old; The News and Courier, June 29, 1969

Sad 'Farewell' Search Is Held For Boy Missing In Smokies; The Sarasota Herald-Tribune, June 29, 1969

Offers Reward For Lost Son; The Herald-Journal, August 9, 1969

Reward Is Offered For Missing Boy; The Times News, August 9, 1969

Missing Woman Found Alive; The Herald-Journal, September 8, 1969


1970

'Trail Dogs' Join Search For Scout; The Williamson Daily News, February 12, 1970

Boy Disappeared Year Ago But No Traces Ever Found; The Herald-Journal, June 14, 1970

Great Smokies Keep Mum On Secret Of Lost Child; The Robesonian; June 15, 1970

Youth Missing Year In Smoky Mountains; The Sumter Daily Item, June 15, 1970

Father Believes Boy Left Park; The Anson Record, June 16, 1970


1980

Problems Of Great Smoky Mountains Park Rangers; The Telegraph, August 26, 1980

Rangers Live In Fear of The Word 'Lost'; The Bulletin, August 28, 1980

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I trust you are familiar with David Paulides? He has extensively covered missing persons in our park system, which are quite strange and not tracked by the federal government.

the said...

Possibly. Was he the guy on Coast to Coast AM Sunday night? Only heard a few seconds of it and was actually interested in hearing more but had things to do.

Anonymous said...

Yea he was you can youtube it coasttocoastam june 24 2012 More Odd Disappearances spooky stuff not going hiking with out a gun