Missing Persons

Missing Person(s) may refer to:

  • Missing person a person who has disappeared for usually unknown reasons
  • Missing persons (Pakistan), referring to the enforced disappearances in Pakistan
  • Missing Persons (band), an American band (active 1980–86)
  • Missing Persons (TV series), an American TV series (1993–94)
  • Missing Persons (1990 film), a British television film
  • The Missing Person (film), an American film (2009)
  • Missing Person (novel) (French: Rue des Boutiques Obscures), a 1978 French novel by Patrick Modiano

Other articles related to "missing persons":

Patrick O'Hearn - Biography - 1980s and Solo Career
... Bozzio invited O’Hearn to join his emerging rock/new wave band, Missing Persons along with guitarist and fellow Zappa alumnus Warren Cuccurullo and ... Missing Persons recorded three albums for Capitol Records Spring Session M (1982), Rhyme Reason (1984), and Color In Your Life (1986) ... to several of O'Hearn's solo albums, O'Hearn declined to take part in the 2001 Missing Persons reunion ...
Clea Koff - Missing Persons Identification Resource Center
... Koff founded The Missing Persons Identification Resource Center (MPID), a non-profit organization, based in Los Angeles, which is about "essentially linking families with missing persons with the Coroner's ...
Missing Persons (TV Series)
... Missing Persons is a short-lived American crime drama television series, set in Chicago ... It followed a fictitious missing persons unit each episode usually following the investigation into three or more cases ...
Missing Persons (TV Series) - Regular Cast
... Travanti Lieutenant who heads the Missing Persons Unit, Ray McAuliffe Erik King Missing Persons Unit Investigator, Bobby Davison Juan Ramírez Missing Persons Unit Sergeant, Carlos Marrone Frederick Weller ...

Famous quotes containing the words missing persons, persons and/or missing:

    statistic: the us bureau of missing persons reports
    that in 1968 over 100,000 people disappeared
    leaving no solid clues
    nor traceonly
    a space
    in the lives of their friends.
    Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)

    The dogma of the mystic offices of Christ being dropped, and he standing on his genius as a moral teacher, ‘tis impossible to maintain the old emphasis of his personality; and it recedes, as all persons must, before the sublimity of the moral laws.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    What’s missing is the eyeballs
    in each of us, but it doesn’t matter
    because you’ve got the bucks, the bucks, the bucks.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)