MY FATHER DISAPPEARED

In 1981 Gerald Douglas Oxby went missing in Key West, Florida

My Father

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This site is dedicated to my father who disappeared in Key West (Florida) in the summer of 1981. His name was Gerald Douglas Oxby, born in the United Kingdom and father of two sons.

Gerald Douglas Oxby (1970-71)

Gerald Douglas Oxby (1970-71)

It is my hope that anyone who knew my father will contact me and give me an idea of what my father was like and perhaps why he disappeared. So please write a message or send me an e-mail, if you have any information. Do it anonymously if you prefer.

Send me an e-mail: myfather1981-keywest@yahoo.com (spammers beware – this will not work for you).

What I know about my father

My father was not an ideal father. In 1972, when I was four years old, he left me and my brother in Denmark. He almost never wrote or had any other contact with us. And he never supported my mother, who was alone with us, financially or otherwise.

Still I think he didn’t deserve to go missing without anyone caring. I feel I have no choice but to try and find out what happened to him.

When my father disappeared the Police in Key West was not willing to do anything, even though some important clues indicate that he was the victim of a crime. I will explain this on the page dissapearance.

Any trace of my father ends here: Key West, Florida:

Written by siox

July 26, 2009 at 7:55 PM

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  1. My son, Tom, disappeared from the Keys on July 24, 1995. Many discrepancies in the investigation. You and your brother are in my prayers. Rose Stump

    Rosie Yosick Stump

    July 29, 2009 at 7:35 PM

  2. I understand how you feel. my mom vanished in 1983. Almost the same situation. Because she was human, i.e., not perfect, she was talked about, ridiculed and ignored, and that was just by the Good Ole Boy Network I refer to as the Local Police.

    You and your family have my prayers support and symapthy. Never give up because you are right, regardless of what he did or did not do, he was, and always will be your daddy.

    Best wishes and hopes to you and yours.

    Karrie

    February 1, 2010 at 8:46 PM


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