What kind of parents would leave this child alone in a hotel room?

Maddie McCann unsolved mystery

They would ⬇️ Kate and Gerry McCann

Maddie McCann unsolved mystery

The ‘grieving’ parents, who incredibly are both doctors, don’t look too broken up.


After her three-year-old daughter Madeleine went missing when left alone in a hotel room in Portugal, the mother washed the little girl’s teddy bear which she took to bed every night.

Why the hell would she do that?

May 7, 2022 — A German prosecutor now says Maddy may have been killed after being kidnapped and sold to a child-trafficking pedophile gang.

Prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters said kidnapping is a definite possibility when interviewed on Portugal’s Sabado news program.

The claim backed up a statement made five years ago by former Scotland yard officer Colin Sutton who said Madeleine was “a kidnap to order.”

Maddie McCann unsolved mystery
Maddie McCann


No DNA evidence of Madeleine was found in the hotel suite. The mother reportedly “sterilized” the room after Maddie “supposedly disappeared.”

The McCanns were on a family holiday with a group of friends and their children, and were having dinner when Maddie, left alone in the hotel room, vanished. 


The chief investigating officer was fired for stating that he had evidence proving that Kate and Gerry McCann, who are both doctors from Rothley, Leicestershire, killed their daughter and hid her body.

All of these facts have been ignored in finding the truth about little Maddie McCann. The one person who has tried to get to the truth is the former Portuguese investigator Gonçalo Amaral.


Amaral has written a book, Maddie: A Verdade da Mentira (The Truth Of The Lie), laying out the evidence that the McCanns killed their daughter and hid her body. The parents went to the High Court to get the book banned from stores, but they lost the battle.


The child’s mother admitted that they left Madeleine alone in their hotel suite while they dined in the resort’s restaurant.

The McCanns asked for a table close to their hotel room in the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz — wow! how thoughtful and caring of them. Some parents! Which is why they were suspects in the little girl’s disappearance, and most likely, her murder.


But in 2008, the McCanns were formally cleared as suspects by a Portugese court and no longer named as “arguidos” in the case.

They were still vilified, and rightfully so, as being unconscionably guilty of child neglect. Of course, that doesn’t amount to a hill of beans if, in fact, they were responsible for the death of their beautiful little child.

Christian Brückner


A 43-year-old German rapist and pedophile has been named as the prime suspect in Madeleine’s disappearance.

Christian Brückner, a convicted pedophile, is already serving seven years in prison for raping a 72-year-old American tourist.

He has been linked to three other missing children cases, including a six-year-old boy who was reported missing in Portugal in 1996, the disappearances of Carola Titze, 16, who went missing while on vacation in Belgium in 1996, and five-year-old Inga Gehricke, who vanished in Germany in 2015.


Authorities say they are certain little Maddie is dead, but they do not have enough evidence to charge Brückner.

A German prosecutor, Hans Christian Wolters, has claimed that Portuguese police still think Maddie’s parents are responsible for her disappearance.

Back to the front page

Four bullets from a madman’s gun

On December 8, 1980 at 10:50 p.m. outside the Dakota Apartments on the Upper West Side, a man who had been stalking the Beatles legend stepped out of the shadows and fired five hollow-point bullets from a .38-caliber revolver. Four of the bullets ripped into John Lennon’s back.

John Lennon and Yoko Ono had just returned to the Dakota after a recording session downtown. They got out of their limousine at the 72nd Street curb.

A fat little nobody was standing just inside the arch to the building. As the Lennons walked by he called out, “Mr. Lennon.” Then, he reportedly dropped into “a combat stance” and emptied the chamber of his .38 revolver. Four of the bullets struck John Lennon, two in the left side of his back and two in his left shoulder. All four caused massive internal damage and bleeding.

Lennon staggered up six steps to the room at the end of the entrance used by the concierge and said, “I’m shot.” He fell to the pavement.

Remembering John Lennon
Police artist sketch of the shooting


New York City cops Steve Spire and Peter Cullen were in their patrol car at 72nd Street and Broadway when they heard a report of shots fired at the Dakota. They raced to the scene and found the shooter “very calmly” standing there.

He had dropped the revolver. He had a paperback copy of J.D. Salinger’s ’The Catcher in the Rye,’ and a cassette recorder with 14 hours of Beatles tapes.

The second police team to arrive, Bill Gamble and James Moran, picked up Lennon and stretched him out on the back seat of their patrol car. Lennon was still alive. One of the cops asked him, “Are you John Lennon?” Lennon moaned, “Yeah.”

The cops sped to nearby Roosevelt Hospital.


In the emergency room, Dr Stephan Lynn and his team worked frantically to try to bring the music icon back to life.

“He had no signs of life, no blood pressure, no pulse,” Dr Lynn later told reporters. “We opened his left chest with a scalpel. I held his heart in my hand as the nurses rapidly transfused blood. But there was no way we could repair the massive injury to all of the blood vessels in the body.”

John Lennon was pronounced dead at 11:15 p.m. No one could have lived more than a few minutes with such injuries, said Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Elliott Gross.

Yoko Ono was taken to Roosevelt Hospital, crying “Tell me it’s not true,” She was led away in shock when she learned her husband was dead.

Remembering John Lennon


Within minutes, hundreds of people, many openly weeping, began to gather at Roosevelt Hospital and in front of the Dakota, reciting prayers, singing Lennon’s songs and burning candles.

TV sports reporters interrupted a tied game between the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins with less than a minute to play with a news bulletin of Lennon’s murder. The NBC network broke into its East Coast feed of the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson with a bulletin of the tragedy.

New York rock station WNBEW-FM immediately suspended all programming and opened its lines to calls from listeners. Stations throughout the country switched to special programming devoted to Lennon and Beatles music.

Throughout the world there was an outpouring of grief on an unprecedented scale. At least three Beatles fans are known to have committed suicide.

Remembering John Lennon

Lennon was cremated on December 12 at the Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, New York. His ashes were given to Yoko Ono, who, instead of holding a funeral, asked fans around the world to observe ten minutes of silence.

The shooter, a psycho named Mark David Chapman, pleaded guilty to murdering the music legend and was sentenced to 20-years-to-life. Now 64, he has been denied parole ten times since he became eligible in 2000. His eleventh parole hearing is scheduled for August, 2020.

Imagine all the people living life in peace

You may say that I’m a dreamer

But I’m not the only one

I hope someday you’ll join us

And the world will be as one

Imagine no possessions

I wonder if you can

No need for greed or hunger

A brotherhood of man

Imagine all the people sharing all the world


Back to the front page