So Minnesota Podcast: The Lost Brothers

 
The dread, the drama, and the hope of a break in one of the country’s oldest active missing-child investigations

There's a mystery in Minnesota that is getting some attention these days: the story of the Klein brothers. In 1951, three boys went missing from a Minneapolis park, and they were never seen again. Author Jack El-Hai has been connected to this story for many years, and recently published an emotional book about this case called "The Lost Brothers: A Family's Decades-Long Search." Host Ellery McCardle talks with Jack about why he has stayed connected with this family for so long.

 

Listen to the whole interview.