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Trying to Prove My Father Was a Killer

Sandra Brown's 60-year quest for answers following the disappearance of Moira Anderson who went missing aged 11.

On the 23 of February 1957, 11-year-old Moira Anderson left her grandmother's house in the small town of Coatbridge near Glasgow to pick up some cooking fat to make dinner. She never came home. Sandra Brown remembers that day and believes her own father was responsible for Moira's abduction and murder. She has gone on to set up the Moira Anderson Foundation which helps children and adults affected by childhood sexual abuse.

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(Photo: Sandra Brown at Old Monkland Cemetery, Coatbridge, Scotland. Credit: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

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