Ben Needham: "Family and Detective Ian Crosby searching for a blonde woman, possibly Scandinavian who could have filmed the boy by the pool".

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Ben Needham: "Family and Detective Ian Crosby searching for a blonde woman, possibly Scandinavian who could have filmed the boy by the pool".

Post by NickE on Sat 12 Mar - 17:23

It has been 25 years since British boy Ben disappeared into Greek holiday paradise.
Now the family searching for a blonde woman, possibly Scandinavian, who could have filmed the boy by the pool.
British Ben Needham was just 21 months old when he mysteriously disappeared on the Greek island of Kos in 1991. Since then, no-one have seeing him.
His mother Kerry has never given up hope to find her son and have been back to Kos many times to look for him. 
Through the Facebook page Help Find Ben Needham now search for a woman seen filming Ben at the pool at the Palm Beach Hotel. She described to be from Scandinavia and have had light hair, writes Danish BT. Otherwise there are no more descriptions of the woman.
The woman should have vacationed at Kos in June or July, 1991.
The investigation is continuing
History has never attracted attention as much as when British girl Madeleine McCann disappeared during a vacation in Portugal in 2007. But now the family Needham received testimony translated into English and in 2015 gave the British government 800,000 pounds, which is approximately 10.2 million Swedish kronor, to continue the investigation.
Yet has not the venture proved unsuccessful, but now hope, therefore the family that the woman calling for to be in touch.
According to a Facebook post from Kerry Needham would be happy to get access to the film from the woman's camera. There is nothing to suggest that it is suspected that the woman has anything with Ben's disappearance to do.
Scandinavia was hot tracks
Previously, the family hired a private investigator found several trails that led to precisely Scandinavia, which Aftonbladet reported on in 2003.
- I have found several wires leading to Scandinavia. Ben is alive, I think so, Ben's mom think so, police in South Yorkshire believe it and the police on Kos believe it, said Detective Ian Crosby then.
It is unclear whether these tracks are still something to work for.

Iám from Sweden and Kos have always been a huge travel destination for Swedish and Scandinavian holidaymakers, especially in the 90´s I have been there myself many times.

When asked if people will ever learn what really happened, Mr Amaral responded: “Yes, we will, when MI5 opens the case files, we will find out".


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