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A missing child causes feelings of helplessness and despair, especially among those closest to the boy or girl - parents, family and friends. But it can also have a profound impact on police officers, detectives, journalists and judges. In 1989, ten-year-old Helén disappears. Her family and the investigators working on the case have to endure a 15-year wait for answers to their questions. New episode every Tuesday. From Podimo, Murder in the North has been the #1 true crime podcast across Europe, and is now available in English told by Jenna Sharpe. Host: Jenna Sharpe Text and research: Janne Aagard Music: Frej Levin Translator: Laura Vroomen Editor: Laura Kabell Produced for Podimo by Dag en Nacht Media
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