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Episode 29: Andrew Gosden

September 11, 2017

On the morning of September 14th, 2007, 14 year old Andrew Gosden left his home in Doncaster, England. His parents believed he was on his way to school, but Andrew had other plans. Andrew waited for his parents to leave, returned home, and then left for the Doncaster train station. Once there, he bought a one way ticket to London. He arrived in London at 11:25 am, and CCTV footage captured Andrew leaving Kings Cross Station. This is the last time Andrew Gosden was ever seen, and his family has had few answers since.

Today, we speak with Andrew’s father, Kevin Gosden, his sister Charlotte, and Josie Allen from the UK organization Missing People. As the ten year anniversary of Andrew’s disappearance is just days from the release of today’s episode, we hope that someone comes forward with information.

Missing People 24/7 Helpline: (for our listeners in the UK) 116 000. You can call or text.

Kevin Gosden is holding a fundraiser for Missing People, a sponsored silence. To contribute to this, go here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/kevingosden

CCTV footage of Andrew: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObrPTAz3jCU

CCTV footage of Andrew leaving Kings Cross station in London on September 14th, 2007.

Photos of Andrew Gosden:

Close up of Andrew’s ear: unique double ridge

Andrew’s family website, with lots of pictures and information: http://helpustofindandrew.weebly.com/.

3 comments

  1. David Brown says:

    Hello,

    I’m not sure if you’re aware, but the download link does not work for this episode, but does for all the others. It currently leads to an XML error page.

    Love the podcast!

    1. David Brown says:

      It has now been fixed! Not sure if it was you or not, but thank you!

  2. Gary says:

    When I was 14, my friends and I would often catch a coach from Leicester to London to see our favourite metal bands without our parents knowing. We would often sleep on the street by the coach station or in St. James Park until we could get back in the morning. Looking back at the people we ran into on those nights in the early hours, I’m surprised something didn’t happen to us. I think that theory is a likely one.

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