151. The Strange Disappearance of Royal Marine Alan Addis | Falkland Islands

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Royal Marine Alan Addis Disappearance Podcast
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19-year-old Royal Marine Alan Addis disappeared under mysterious circumstances while serving in the Falkland Islands in August 1980. Did he drown, or did he wander off into the wilderness and succumb to the elements. Or was Addie a victim of foul play? To date, no trace of him has ever been found. 

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Resources

YouTube

Forces TV – Missing – What Happened to Marine Addis? (Part1)

Forces TV – Missing – What Happened to Marine Addis? (Part 2)

Forces TV – Missing – What Happened to Marine Addis? (Part 3)

Forces TV – Missing – What Happened to Marine Addis? (Part 4)

Mother appeals for help to find missing marine son

Web

Wikipedia

Police.gov.fk

BBC News World Service

National Archives.fk

Articles

Missing in the Falklands

Final Act in a Falklands Drama

The mystery of Marine Alan Addis – can you help?

Alan Addis case reports

Falklands arrests over missing marine

35 years later, a drive to identify soldiers who died in Falklands War

The Falklands War: when it was fought, why did it happen and how was it won?


Created & Produced by Sonya Lowe

Narrated by Noel Vinson

Music: “Nordic Medieval” by Marcus Bressler

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