Lost Children - Netflix
High Close School is home to some of Britain's most troubled children. Lost Children meets two of the school's most challenging children, Courtney and Josh.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Lost Children - Lost Children of the Alleghenies - Netflix
The Lost Children of the Alleghenies is a folk story from the Appalachia region of the United States. Joseph and George Cox are known through the Allegheny Mountains as The Lost Children of the Alleghenies. George and Joseph Cox, then aged seven and five respectively disappeared from their home in Pavia on April 24, 1856. Their dead bodies were found several days later in the surrounding woods and they were buried in the Mount Union United Methodist Church cemetery in nearby Lovely. There is a small memorial to them in the Spruce Hollow forest in Blue Knob State Park, Pennsylvania.
Lost Children - Cultural impact - Netflix
In 1906, for the 50th anniversary of the event, the community of Pavia took up donations for a Lost Children of the Alleghenies Monument to honor the Cox family. In 1910, they erected the monument at the spot where Joseph and George Cox were found over 50 years earlier. Alison Krauss released a song written by Julie Lee and John Pennell about the story entitled “Jacob's Dream”.
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