TCD’s Thoughts: Johnny Gosch

Johnny Gosch
Johnny Gosch

To read about this case, please click here.

There is a ton of information on this case, with some articles going farther in-depth than I chose to go. I decided to stick to the basics of the case.

So, here’s what I have to say about it.

I find it a little strange that Johnny was able to leave his home without his parents knowledge. His dad should have been up and ready to go with him, as he always had done so in the past. Why wasn’t he ready on this day?

I definitely believe that Johnny was kidnapped, but whether or not it was to be sold into a pedophile ring, I’m not sure. I think it makes the most sense as to why he was abducted, and the sighting in Oklahoma of Johnny with two men show that it is definitely a possibility, I’m just not convinced that’s what happened here.

I think whoever kidnapped Johnny had to be watching him and his house for a while prior to the abduction, because how would he know Johnny delivered the paper and would be leaving early on a Sunday? How did the kidnapper know his dad wasn’t going to be with him? Was the dad involved?

It bothers me a bit that Johnny asked to go on this route himself when he never had been allowed to before. I am assuming, of course, that this really happened. Why all of a sudden did he want to go alone? I realize he was 12 and I’m sure he thought he was big enough and could handle it, but it’s just strange. The fact that he went alone even though his parents told him no makes me wonder – was he planning on meeting someone on his route? Maybe someone he ran into before who promised him money for a job or something, I don’t know. I’m reaching, I am aware, but it’s just weird that the ONE time he went by himself, he was kidnapped. It does make you wonder about his father, John Sr. Did he set up his own son’s kidnapping? Some people believe he was involved in it and the pedophile ring. He certainly hasn’t been as active as Noreen in the search for Johnny. Nothing would surprise me.

It’s interesting about what the witnesses said they saw. On IowaColdCases.org, it talks about a conversation between Johnny and the driver, witnessed by other paperboys.

In a November 11, 2010 interview — the day before Johnny would have celebrated his 41st birthday — Johnny’s mother Noreen Gosch told WHO-TV Channel 13’s Aaron Brilbeck that several other paper boys, all witnesses to the abduction, said Johnny was approached by a man driving a blue Ford Fairmont.

“The guy shut off his engine, opened the passenger door and swung his feet out on the curb right where the boys were assembling their newspapers. And he started talking about where’s 86th street?” Ms. Gosch told Brilbeck. “Johnny turned to Mike and said, ‘I’ve got my papers loaded in the wagon. I’m scared. I’m getting out of here. I’m gonna head home.’”

As Johnny left, the driver of the car took off, too, the boys told police.

“The man pulled the door shut and started up the engine, but before he left he reached up and flicked the dome light three times. Then he pulled out and left,” Ms. Gosch said.

Some reports say Johnny was the one giving the man directions, but this report doesn’t mention that. Why would a guy asking for directions scare Johnny to the point he wasn’t going to finish his route? And if he truly was scared, why didn’t he just stay with the boys where he would have been safer than walk home all alone?

What happened to Johnny after he walked away is a bit unclear. I have read reports that do not mention this at all, and I have read some that say witnesses saw two men grab Johnny and hold him down in the back seat of a Ford Fairmont before the car sped away. Where did the two men come from? The paperboys didn’t mention seeing them when the driver stopped and asked for directions. And where did the actual abduction take place? Let’s say that there were 3 men involved. This doesn’t make sense to me because there are only two composite sketches that were released – the one of the driver of the Fairmont and the other one of “Tony”. Where is the composite sketch of the 3rd kidnapper? Was it Paul Bonacci?

This case makes me dizzy.

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If it was a pedophile ring, wouldn’t more boys have disappeared during this time from this area? There were only 3 that I am aware of – Johnny in 1982, Eugene Martin in 1984, and Marc James-Warren Allen in 1986. It is the opinion of this author that all three cases are related.

As I was reading through Johnny’s website, something caught my eye. Well, actually a couple of pictures. See below. The one on the left is of an unidentified boy who Noreen is hoping someone will identify one day. The picture in the middle is Johnny Gosch after he was taken, according to Noreen. The picture on the right is of Timothy David Martin Cox who was arrested in 2007 for running an Internet chat room that was part of a pedophile ring.

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Is it my imagination or could this be the SAME person? Look at their eyes and noses! The boys are very similar in appearance to Cox. Now Wikipedia says Cox was born in 1979 and had been living with his parents, sister, and 26-year-old girlfriend. So, I don’t know, but I can’t get over how much Cox looks like the boys in these pictures. Also, we have no idea when the first two pics were taken. The boy on the left looks to be around 10. I’m just guessing. Cox would have been 10 in 1989. You never know.

Now, look at the pics below. The first one (left) shows a school pic of Johnny before he disappeared. The one on the right is the same one above, supposedly of Johnny after he was taken.

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I do not believe that is Johnny on the right. These two boys look nothing alike at all. Johnny has freckles splashed across his nose, but the other boy does not. Johnny’s hair is darker. The nose on the boy on the right is different than Johnny’s, too. Johnny’s bottom lip appears fuller than the boy’s on the right. The overall shape of Johnny’s face is different than the other boy. Also, it appears Johnny had a small gap between his two front teeth. The kid on the right doesn’t have one.

Now, look at another pic below. The one on the left is the unidentified boy Noreen hopes to identify someday. The one on the left is another pic of Johnny AFTER his abduction, again, according to his mother.

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To me, they are the same boy. He’s just a tad bit older in the pic on the right. The eyes and the nose are what gets me. I do think the boy on the left bears a striking resemblance to Cox. But I don’t believe for one second that the boy on the right in the red sweat pants is Johnny.

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Did Johnny really visit his mother in 1997? What was the point of the visit if he couldn’t come home for good? If you feared it was a very dangerous situation to go home for good, then why would you take the chance on a short visit? And why has he not returned since? Noreen had said that Johnny managed to escape his captors to come visit her. Well, he was around 27 years old then. In my opinion, his captors would have thought he was too old at that point and could very well have killed Johnny before he turned 25. I don’t believe he would have remained with his captors at that age.

Noreen said that she knew immediately it was Johnny, but in some interviews she stated his appearance had been altered via plastic surgery. So, how would she know immediately that this man was her son?

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About five years ago, the internet was rampant with rumors that American conservative columnist, Jeff Gannon, was really Johnny Gosch. But if you compare pics of Johnny to Gannon, there really isn’t that much of a similarity. I think people are so desperate to find Johnny that they grab on to any theory that comes their way. And no, I don’t buy that he had plastic surgery.

If you really want to read more in-depth info on this pedophile ring, Google “The Franklin Cover-Up”.

UPDATE: 9/11/16: Last night I watched the documentary, Who Took Johnny? on Netflix. I thought maybe it would help me understand this case better, but nope. I still feel the same. I feel like Johnny was targeted because there were other boys in that area on their paper routes, yet Johnny was the one the guy in the car kept talking to. He was the one who was abducted. Why Johnny? Why not one of the other boys?

I loved that John Gosch, Sr. was on there. However, I felt he came across as just a normal guy in an interview, not a father whose son is missing and has been missing for over 30 years. He has never believed the pics sent to Noreen were of Johnny. He and I are in agreement there.

It does appear that the police and FBI have never wanted to investigate this case, which I think is pure bullshit. You have a job to do assholes, so just freaking do it. What good are you if you don’t?

If you haven’t watched the documentary, please do. It was very good and tastefully done. I am so glad they didn’t include the Jeff Gannon crap in it.

 

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Author: truecrimediva

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beachgirl
Guest
The lack of enthusiasm from police to solve this case is suspicious. Also, the make up & hair thing, is a self soothing response. When doctors said I needed emergency c section to save my baby, I put on make up first, in the operating room! Wen my.husband died unexpectedly, I was numb, i didn’t cry or get hysterical, I put on makeup. Whatever most of you THINK you would do wen tragedy hits, all your thinking at first is “this is not real, its not really happening” Doing a routine activity, like hair & make up, keeps your mind… Read more »
Jeff
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The captive pictures in this blog look most like Eugene Martin.

Jjilp
Guest

In the book why Johnny can’t come home it is believed that Johnny’s father owed some people money. He sold Johnny to them to resolve the debt. His father goes with him everyday and on this day he did not. The father also received a call in the early morning that he was abducted. He whispered during this phone conversation and when Doreen asked who it was he claimed it was a wrong number.

Lara
Guest
Watch the (pulled) Discovery documentary Conspiracy of Silence about the Franklin coverup. You will understand so much more. You should also search Ted Gunderson’s talk on YouTube. He was the head of the FBI in CA and believed Johnny Gosch was absolutely taken by that same pedophilia ring. By every appearance, there was a massive cover up that involved the police, state government officials, Washington elite, and the FBI itself. They would fly boys form Boys Town orphanage in Nebraska to various places, including the White House, for child prostitution. Gunderson was later found dead… cause of death according to… Read more »
Sandi
Guest
So many great thought provoking comments! I to don’t believe Johnny visited Noreen but I do agree with the comment that some things Noreen said and did were calculated embellishments to keep her son’s case at a higher profile so he wouldn’t be forgotten. I do remember her saying that one reason he wouldn’t return (aside from fearing he would be killed) was because he was involved in criminal activity, meaning he could be prosecuted, jailed and would be a registered sex offender, just like Paul B. is. And while I don’t think it was really him, I do think… Read more »
Sadie
Guest
I remember this story in bits and pieces through the years,but watched the Netflix docu to get the whole story. I think Johnny, along with the two other boys who were abducted years later, were abducted by the same man. I’m not sure if I believe the pedophile ring was involved but it’s possible. I definately don’t believe the dad was involved. I think it was one of those decisions one makes, and lives to regret. I think Johnny may have been spooked, I just wish that neighbor would have told him to stay with him and called his parents… Read more »
Laurie
Guest

What did the dad say about the visit in the middle of the night? Was dad home to witness? If not, does he believe this happened? Thanks for the site! Great write-up! I have so many questions about this case.

Allyson
Guest
In response to your question, no the dad and mom had split up by then and he wasn’t living there at that time. He doesn’t believe it was their son, that she ALONE claimed had visited with her. He(dad) did an interview and he told the reporter that he didn’t believe his son had returned home for any visit after his disappearnce.The mom was the ONLY one to made this claim, the only one who he(Johnny) saw… according to her, and her book. As far as the photos, they all have been solved. It was NOT Johnny. All of this… Read more »
McGingepants
Guest
I came across the documentary Who Took Johnny last night, and it left me with many mixed emotions. First, it’s a parent’s worst nightmare, to know that your child is missing, then to have law enforcement to nonchalantly treat this case as a runaway, added another level to this horrific scenario. Even if Johnny was a runaway, HE WAS 12 YEARS OLD, didn’t law enforcement think that would pose imminent danger for him? How was a 12 year old suppose to survive on his own? Would a 12 yo runaway leave his newspapers and dog behind on the street? I… Read more »
stealthraider
Guest
I find it very strange that Noreen and John Snr has opposing opinions on whether the pictures are of their own son, Johnny. Looking at the pics I don’t believe they are of Johnny – wish I could compare earlobes from pics. I believe Johnny was abducted as he was the boy who willingly spoke to the driver/passenger on request of directions and that’s the only reason. I believe Paul Bonacci was involved in the abduction of Johnny at the time and learnt of his Yoga/mediation hobby connection there and then but I don’t think he was in contact with… Read more »
Debbie
Guest
Hello Truecrimediva – Jeffery Gannon had a scar and a birth mark that matched Johnny Gosch for placement on his body. The picture of this person of Timothy David Martin Cox does look like the boy in this picture. When a child is abducted in the occult, they become programmed to become sex and drug traffickers. Often believing that they were being victimized made it okay for them to victimize others. The multiple first names that was given to him were multiple personalities given to them through MK Ultra programming and often they will change their names for convince of… Read more »
Pat
Guest
Hello! So many posts here are not including some important facts, and as such their analysis is missing the bigger picture. First i only know this case from netflix and the breakdown from the blog. I just finished watching and googled for more info. I may make a comment that has already been discussed and not know it. You are running a great website. I also appreciate that people are being respectful and actually having a discussion. It is 1982. Many are commenting without really appreciating that what we know and do today was not happening then. The situation was… Read more »
Howard
Guest

Great Job on compiling your facts I think there was a serial pedophile living and working in the Des Moines area for years. This story has always bothered my wife and myself it seems that around that time everything went to hell in the U.S. prior to then you just took it for granted that your neighborhoods were safe. Now as grandparents it seems all we do is worry. Thanks for your thoughtful and informative presentation. Our prayers go out to all the families involved.

Diane Lindsay
Guest

It pains me to say this..but I truly believe little Johnny Gosch is now deceased. Especially since they now found Jacob Wetterling. These “animals” (I don’t even consider them human), that took poor Johnny, I’m sure did use him for prostitution and porn films. That poor child, what he had to endure. I hope he has found some peace, alive or deceased now. God bless his family and I truly wish we could find out what happened to this child. It really has always haunted me ever since I first read about this case.

Nicole
Guest
I watched the Netflix documentary, and this has blown my mind to what is going on within the elite. I never even heard of this story until i switched it on to Netflix. i began then Looking at the tube clips of statements etc, and Paul Bonnacci’s events at Bohemian Grove have sickened me to the core. I have seen comments in regards to how is Mother should of been in tears and why was she wearing a full face of Make-up, is a ridiculous statement to make – Who knows how you would re-act under these circumstances, and Im… Read more »
bob
Guest

that’s a girl with the white straps (different lips, teeth, non-freckled, as u pointed out) and she’s wearing a very feminine necklace/chain.

Daniemmdee
Guest
I feel like you’re reaching, as you admitted. If this had taken place in the 90s or 2000s, i would be tempted to agree about his planning to meet with someone. However I don’t think that’s the case. I think he was indeed abducted by two+ people as the eye witnesses account. I think that you’re not considering that yes, this boy was 12 and was on a paper route with other pre-teen boys (who did not have their fathers tagging along) and like any child, he would be at the age to seek independence, especially when there are peers… Read more »
Marie
Guest
I just thought I would mention that if you look at the teeth of Johnny in the photo comparisons that there is a remarkable similarity with the teeth of the boy’s smile in the picture next to it. There is a little space that is evident in the the profile shot since one is looking more directly at the camera and the other is looking more in a profile direction. The picture to the right of Johnny has similar teeth structure, and even though there is not a lot to show of the teeth, they are the same size and… Read more »
Slueth
Guest
There is a new revolation in this case. Within the last week a man posted at Iowacoldcase.org that he was employed as a paperboy at the same newspaper Johnny worked at during the same time frame. He implicates one of the managers supervising the paperboys as being a pedophile. The man is currently a registered sex offender. He says the manager bought the paperboys beer and often tried to lure them to his house. He told the boys he had friends that would pay $100 for them to pose nude. He claims Dago looking man known as Emillio who kidnapped… Read more »
Sleuth
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When posting this I did not know Dago was a derogatory term used to describe an olive skinned person with black hair. Usually of Mediteranian descent. It was a word I heard my parents use and it was never used in a derogatory way. Perhsps they didnt know it was derogatory. It was just a quick way to describe someone. Hope I am not offending anyone because it surely isnt meant to be that way.

Latoya Davis
Guest

I feel as if the police was involved. How could have he run away but start his route that morning why not run away during the night while his parents was asleep. Its sad how sick men can be when it comes to children..

sorry for your loss
Guest

I googled johnny Gosch because I am watching the documentary right now and came across this website.

Marilyn
Guest

You are an idiot.

SThompson
Guest
So has any of the detectives looked at what was in the back ground of these photos, to see if he was possibly anywhere inside anyones home in the surrounding area. Look at one picture it has a cat. Does anyone own a cat like that? Or anyone they know have a cat like that? How about the other picture the one with baseball convention? Or whatever it said. Im sorry but i do not believe any of this. Why on the day that his Dad didnt go with him,he ends up missing? I think all the paperboys were being… Read more »
Guest
Guest
I am apalled that Paul Bonaacci’s court testimony when asked how did they know johnny would be alone that morning, he said prior arrangements with johnnys father. Noreen has been vocal about this why wasnt this mentioned in this documentary that she agreed to work with. So weird the father is in this documentary like nothing ever happened, this documentary didnt even mention the father using a look a like of his wife behind her back. What is going on? I don’t get it why Noreen didnt mention all of this as she has been so vocal about in other… Read more »
MJ Brewer
Guest
First and foremost, if Johnny planned on running away, why wouldn’t he just leave without doing his paper route at all on the singular day his dad didn’t accompany him. The news interview of Noreen a short time after the disappearance of her child, there are two mysterious aspects to consider. One, she has meticulously styled her hair and applied her makeup for the cameras. Tell me a woman exasperated in mourning who does this. To top it off, her eyes dart around desperately while speaking. “We’re leaving the porch light on every night,” she says before smiling, “Mom’s are… Read more »
JCB
Guest

I appreciate your perspective; however, it just isn’t plausible. Eyewitnesses never mention seeing either parent that morning. And why would Noreen continue this crusade for 40 years and hundreds of thousands of dollars if she knows he is dead (because she killed him, according to your theory)?

Debbie
Guest

You need to watch “Who Took Johnny” before coming off with some bogus ideas about Noreen killing her own child. There is too many victims coming forward and testifying of Johnny Gosch is living. You need to research Paul Bonaacci and Alisha Owens witnessed Johnny Gosch living until they both were put in jail back in late 80s.

Aric Smith
Guest

It was 1982! for crying out loud! the lady still has her hair fancy as she did back then! It’s who she is! …the smile yea…that would confuse me too…I didn’t see any crying from them…hmm???

MJ Brewer
Guest
The one point that is so clear and unequivocally concerning is the abduction took place the ONE singular morning Johnny’s dad was not with him + the police insisted he’d run away from home, abandoning his wagon with papers and refusing to search for 72 hours. During the interview, Noreen’s eyes move quickly and unfocused throughout as if she’s afraid of looking at the camera. Finally, she says, “We’re leaving the porch on every night….” her eyes glint away ever so briefly when she finishes with, ” …mom’s are like that.” And smiles. It’s as if she’s classifying herself in… Read more »
Carrie white
Guest
This is disgusting. Her appearance was part of her daily routine. She styled her hair and wore makeup and dressed nice because that’s the type of woman she is. A frump would continue to be a frump and a classy lady would continue to be a classy lady. She had to be strong and keep herself composed because a person can’t keep their head straight during a crisis if they sink into despair and resign to being an emotional mess. Again, that’s also just the type of person she is – composed and not controlled by emotions. Unfocused eyes? Could… Read more »
Aric Smith
Guest
She is probably a wealthy lady, she drives a Cadillac DTS now it showed on the news, she probably comes from a a rich upbringing, I had an aunt who would always wear makeup, even at 95 years old she would not answer the door without it! she was always concerned about her looks, and driven Caddys all her life, she was very wealthy!…it was just her, and not to mention like I said in an earlier post, it was 1982! the 80’s were a decade of people dressing up looking fancy and educated and going all out, I think… Read more »
Carol
Guest
I wouldn’t go so far as to think Noreen had something to do with Johnny’s disappearance, but I too felt it unnerving and bizarre that here is a mother who’s is making a plea for her son’s life after he was snatched right off his neighborhood streets and disappeared without a trace, yet she found time, and thought it important, to completely make up her face and have her hair looking like she just left the beauty parlor. A strange priority if you ask me. But then again, I guess everyone handles grief differently so l cannot say how I… Read more »
Jazzykatt
Guest
Those were the times when appearance was everything. Many people don’t have complete public meltdowns even though they are breaking apart inside. Her beauty routine was a routine that brought her comfort. It was probably something she did every day and when her life got completely turned upside, she need a sense of normalcy to keep her sanity. You have to understand that it was important for her to keep her composure in front of the media. She became like a soldier who was on a mission, and that mission was finding her son. You can either get up and… Read more »
None
Guest

The boy in the red pants has arch in bridge of nose. The other pic, I think black pants, has a dip, ski slope nose. Not same kid but very similar.

Kate
Guest

The pictures that Noreen claim to be Johnny are DEFINITELY Cox. 100%. I understand her broken heart and desire to hold onto any hope for Johnny but, that is just not her son in those pictures. So sad.

Phil
Guest

In Des Moines in the mid 80’s, It was very common for paper boys to be out without parents accompanying them. There were lots of us… Being a paper boy was a sought after gig and routes were prized possessions among pre-teen and teen boys. I never bought the pedo ring story. I think the perp is from Des Moines and he took Gosch and Eugene Martin. Their bodies are probably less than 10 miles from where they were taken. Buried in someone’s basement.

Tap
Guest

Look at the ears. The folds of your ears are unique like fingerprints and don’t change over your lifetime. If you can match their ears, you have your answer.

Paul
Guest

I have actually given a name for Tony on 2 occasions and never heard a word back. I am pretty sure I know who Tony is or was as he tried to do something similar with me a couple years before Johnny Gosch was abducted. I phoned the 800 number during the AMW airing and years later sent a message to the Johnny Gosch website his mother setup. Tony lived in my home town of Minot, ND and disappeared from Minot right around the time of Gosch’s abduction.

Heatherb
Guest

Is it me, or does Marc James Allen bare a striking likeness to Bonacci?
BIZARRE,

truecrimediva
Guest

Yes, he does, but I don’t think it’s him. 🙁 But hey, you never know!

Avenir
Guest
Thank you Truecrimediva, I would really recommend you listen to the interview of Noreen Gosch with Alex Merklinger, Noreen’s claims in that interview are quite weird because she also claims a woman has been travelling with her husband to Paul Bonacci, pretending to be Noreen. All the claims she makes in this interview really make you think doubt her story actually. I’ve watched multiple shows where she has appeared in and in one show she claims the kidnappers used MK Ultra (a governmental mind control project) and in other shows she doesn’t even mention it, in the interview she mentions… Read more »
Kim
Guest

I have the book “Why Johnny can’t come home” and I think Noreen is a little goofy. I do not believe all of her claims but I do think Eugene Martin’s disappearance is related, along with possibly Marc Allen. I do think there is a pedophile ring involved and it is just so sick and complicated it’s hard to make sense of any of it.

Jerry Richer
Guest

Jeez, if you were a little more educated on the situation you wouldn’t doubt her claims. Esteemed attorney John Decamp, who wrote ‘The Franklin Cover-up’ coroborates her claim about Johnny’s father and the other lady. FOR GOD’S SAKE I AM AT A LOSS FOR WORDS CAN WE HUMANS PLEASE STOP ALLOWING THIS SICK ACTIVITY TO CONTINUE!!!!!

Avenir
Guest
I came across the Johnny Gosch story on Youtube after having first seen the “banned” documentary Conspiracy of Silence. The story about Johnny made me dig a little deeper and I came across a radio interview Noreen had with Alex Merklinger, June 17 2004 (also available on Youtube) In this interview Noreen tells the whole story in the timeline it all happened and at the end “disclosed” she believes her husband was in on the kidnapping and that Paul Bonacci has stated that the father indeed was in on it, this statement was backed by a guy called Rusty Nelson,… Read more »
Kim
Guest

I don’t believe Johnny’s Dad had anything to do with this awful situation. In her book she does elude of a few strange things her husband did, along with the Chief of Police. Some of her claims are outlandish. I am not even sure Johnny actually visited her in the middle of the night. I find it VERY hard to believe he would not call the police.

truecrimediva
Guest

GREAT comment!! I didn’t know that Noreen accused her ex of having something to do with Johnny’s disappearance, so thank you for sharing that!

I agree with you on everything you commented about. I think there is more to this case than we will ever know. It would be so easy to say this was a pedophile ring but like you said, there are things about Noreen that do not add up!

Thank you for commenting!

AndyR
Guest
Well, there’s the possibility Noreen is a grieving mother, obviously obsessed (as most people would probably be who lose a son like that) trying to cling onto anything and everything she can, searching for answers. So a lot of the threads she follows or statements she makes could be conjured up by her, either delusional, or somebody messing with her, or whatever. So, yeah, you could say that a lot of her story doesn’t add up. For example, there’s a possibility she told the story of Johnny visiting her one night in order to get headlines and get people talking… Read more »
Jerry Richer
Guest

Is every commenter an agent on here? NOREEN IS TELLING THE TRUTH ABOUT EVERYTHING!!!!

Kim
Guest

Jerry and you know this for sure how? We are entitled to our opinions. Stop typing in caps is rude and yelling. If you are not objective to other people’s thoughts on this case then you should not be reading the comments section. Some of Noreen’s claims are outlandish.

Chris
Guest

Why do you want to dictate how another poster expresses himself? Maybe he knows exactly what all caps means and that is what he wants to express? Why is your opinion more credible than his? You can’t control how others express themselves. You have no business telling him to stop. Besides, all caps isn’t ACTUALLY yelling now is it? It’s just a choice on a keyboard.

Blaine Ward
Guest
Johnny Gosch’s father was involved. In the weeks prior to the kidnapping, the Gosch family got several “wrong numbers” always at 1:30 a.m.. Then at 1:30 a.m., the same day Johnny was kidnapped, the father answered the phone. He usually always hung up. But this time, he said things like “Yes”, “Right, ok”. Obviously, he was tipping off the kidnappers that Johnny would be alone that morning and that they could go ahead with the kidnapping. Johnny was forced into a pedophile/sex ring. This is documented fact. Micheal Aquino (read up on this guy–it is most revealing) purchased Johnny for… Read more »
Debbie
Guest

Blaine – I agree with you about people not reading extensively about this case. There is witnesses of Johnny Gosch being held up in a house outside of Sedalia, Colorado. There are two abducted victims like Johnny that knew him and accounted for him to Noreen…Alisha Olsen and Paul Bonacci. Johnny’s father had to be a part of this occult. If you read into the satanist MK Ultra programming of individuals are generations of families that support this occult of harming their own children.

Kim
Guest

Ludicrous to hint Mr. Gosch was involved. Those men knew paperboys were out early in the morning, saw an opportunity, and took it.

Gina
Guest

I never heard of his family getting wrong numbers before? And I too thought how odd the one day his dad did not go with him this happened. Why did his father not go along that morning,never explained.

Kim Bouck
Guest

He overslept. Johhny did not wake him.

Jerry Richer
Guest

FINALLY, an informed person makes a comment!!!! Blain, thank you for the accurate summary of the situation. Evidently a lot of the other folks posting can’t make an informed comment.

truecrimediva
Guest
I was under the impression the calls were from Noreen’s testimony in 1999. Sorry, but I’m not quick to believe everything Noreen says. I do believe that his father could have been involved. The one time Johnny goes on the route himself, he gets abducted. I am also not aware that his abduction into a pedophile ring is a documented fact. Bonacci’s testimony was considered a hoax by a Grand Jury. I have read up on this and other cases similar. I cannot rule out a pedophile ring, obviously, but I don’t think we can rule out the possibility of… Read more »
Blaine Ward
Guest
Of course Bonacci’s testimony was considered a hoax. Anyone who attempts to expose these pedophile rings is immediately attacked and discredited. This tactic is one of the oldest in the book. truecrimediva, you have no idea how far the tentacles of these organisations can reach. They have ties all the way up to the White House. Local police, FBI, the government, they’re all in on it. And they completely control everything you see and hear about it. Why has none of this ever been proven? Because any person who does attempt to prove it either gets completely discredited or killed.… Read more »
truecrimediva
Guest

You make some incredible, valid points. Nothing truly would surprise me when it came to top officials. It’s just really sad that people like that exist in this world.

Jerry Richer
Guest

I didn’t mean to be harsh with my earlier comments. I am just beyond outraged that this is happening. It makes me so very sad. I didn’t mean to insult or blast anybody.

truecrimediva
Guest

No worries! 🙂 All is good!

Josette
Guest

I was thinking that that Cox guy had some kind of “I know my first name is Steven” thing going on. But instead of helping kidnapped kids he’s running it now. The pictures looks a little too staged, like the gag, why the gag? I don’t know really though.

truecrimediva
Guest

Really? I’ll have to read about him again. It makes sense though so maybe he is the boy in the pics. I agree with the pics looking staged. I thought that, too.

Josette
Guest

Ok, I just read this post.

You have some great points. I think those pics are of the Cox guy.

truecrimediva
Guest

Thanks! I’m glad you agree! I couldn’t believe how much they look alike.

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