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MissingPersonsofAmerica.com blog was started by Jerrie Dean in February 2011 and one year later has reached 1 million visitors. Jerrie is an advocate for missing persons in America. She is a native Californian and has been writing online since 2007. She has done interviews on her articles with âBBC News,â "LA Times" and âFox News.â Jerrie lives in California with her husband and sons and spends each and every day trying to bring attention to missing person cases in America through her website and her Missing Person's column. Jerrie has first-hand knowledge of the anguish a missing person has on the family. Her own twin brothers and sister were missing for 10 years until a Private Investigator tracked them down. Jerrie knows that not all missing persons are treated equally and some get more media attention than others. Jerrie's goal is to provide assistance to the families of missing persons, so they have a way to get information out that their loved one is missing, and she welcomes families to contact her, so she can help get the information out. Plus, Jerrie's experienced advice can help guide the friends and families of MP's. (See Jerrie's "How to articles"). Jerrie spends hours researching cold cases that other media outlets have forgotten to bring attention back to the missing person. She is passionate about each and every case and wants to encourage others to always keep a look out for missing person's in their area.
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