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Hurley and Roberta Hagood in their book, Hannibal Yesterdays.“This kind of activity would require daring and would have appealed to boys in spite of the great danger.” As options for the boys whereabouts expanded, so did the search.Nous utilisons des cookies pour personnaliser le contenu, ajuster et mesurer les publicités et offrir une expérience plus sûre.En cliquant sur le site ou en le parcourant, vous nous autorisez à collecter des informations sur et en dehors de Facebook via les cookies.Or, even darker still, had they been kidnapped and taken away from Hannibal?
On Wednesday, May 10, 1967, Lynn Strube, age 14, reportedly saw the boys headed in the direction of Murphy's Cave around p.m., flashlights and a shovel in hand.They used the Hoag family's aluminum ladder to reach cave entrances not easily accessible — mud from Hannibal's underbelly caked on the rungs.Like many neighborhood children, eager to find adventure like the fictional characters enshrined in Mark Twain's stories set in Hannibal, they sought exciting action underground.“I'm at as much a loss as to why God put this mystery before us as anyone,” Karras, leader of the search mission, told the Courier-Post. Stowell Elementary School in 2006, crews uncovered the entrance to the cave, rekindling memories of the three boys.The tragedy has sparked interest for many, including C. Stewart, who penned A Sorrow of the Heart, the Story of Hannibal's lost three little boys, which published in 2010. The cave held no trace of the boys, another dead end almost 40 years after the tragedy.As the Hoag and Dowell families clung to hope, people from across the country provided tips and leads to police and rescuers, who poured hundreds of thousands of dollars into the rescue effort.