When a relative or friend is reported missing, the emotional impact on families and friends can be considerable. It’s important to acknowledge that each person may be affected in their own way, and react differently.

Families and friends of missing persons often speak about feelings of fear, anger, guilt, blame, frustration, helplessness, ambiguity, and isolation. While people may not experience all these emotions, it is important to recognise that any of these responses are normal reactions to an extraordinary situation.

Missing Person Petronella Albert

Petronella ALBERT

Petronella Albert left her address in the Broome area at 8.30pm on 28 April 1999, but failed to return home. All efforts by her family and police have failed to locate her. If...

John Norrish missing persons from St Helens, Tasmania


John Norrish was last seen at the St Helens Point Road, in St Helens in Tasmania. He frequently used a red ‘Huffy’ mountain bike for transport, and usually carries a fishing rod....

Place holder image for missing person Evan Parker


The last confirmed sighting of Evan Parker was on Friday, 30 March 1984, at the Kalgoorlie Community Fair. Evan was reported missing on Monday, 7 May 1984, by a friend who had not...

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