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The Disappearance of Des
On the morning of August 2nd 1979, Desmond Francis Carr went to work alone on a road in outback Western Australia. 40 years on and he has never been seen again. The Missing Persons Podcast Network was developed to create awareness for the 38,000 missing persons in Australia right now. Our aim is to bring you these stories with a hope to find answers for the people left behind.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.2 stars from 350 ratings
Amanda Green8
I loved this podcast. An interesting and very sad story, narrated with great compassion.
Amanda Green8 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/20/21
Interesting but sad
This is a really good podcast, found it by accident and had no idea about Des. Listened to the whole podcast over one day and found it totally intriguing.
Gezzanater1 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 06/07/21
This podcast is one I couldn’t stop listening to!
dannika rainbow via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/21/21
Recent Episodes
After 40 years of waiting a new update on the case of Des Carr who went missing from the side of the road in outback Western Australia in 1979.  Help us to continue to make these podcast by supporting us here.: https://www.patreon.com/missingpersonaustralia See omnystudio.com/listener for...
Published 05/16/21
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Published 01/19/21
It's been over a year since we updated you on the missing person case of Des Carr We finally an update on the Coroners inquest and the police movements on the case.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Published 01/17/21
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