This week we're looking at the tragic and unforgettable case of Pauline Picard, a toddler who disappeared from France in 1922--and then came back. Or did she?
Plus: reminiscing about childhood roaming, book talk, and frog talk.
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“The Mysterious Disappearance of Little Pauline Picard.” The Occult Museum. http://www.theoccultmuseum.com/mysterious-disappearance-little-pauline-picard/
“Two Girls, One Slain, Resemble Lost Child.” New York Times, retrieved from https://www.whaleoil.net.nz/2017/07/photo-of-the-day-1093/#more-320894.
Kenova22. “Cold Case: What happened to Pauline Picard in 1922?” https://www.reddit.com/r/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/7b1hh9/cold_case_what_happened_to_pauline_picard_in_1922/
Renee Reeves. “The Bizarre Case of Pauline Picard.” Morbidology. https://morbidology.com/the-mysterious-case-of-pauline-picard/