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A special investigative history series hosted by author Jack El-Hai, from Twin Cities PBS. The Klein brothers, Kenny, David, and Danny, ages 8, 6 and 4, left for Farview Park in Minneapolis’ Northside on Nov. 10th, 1951 and were never seen again. Police closed the case after 5 days, but the Klein family and their community never stopped looking. Long Lost will explore the incident, the family’s dogged pursuit of the truth, and the work of investigators who recently discovered important new c ...
 
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Stephen McClellan – Mentor, music business guru, and notorious grouch. Interviewed while he was still a general manager at First Avenue nightclub, at a time when the music industry was thriving, and records and live music were abundant. Stephen shares his approach to nightclub management, his alternative job options, and his major disdain for the b…
 
Ricardo Levins Moarles – Artist, community organizer, and co-founder of the Northland Poster Collective: (For thirty years, Northland Poster Collective was an activist arts organization and business devoted to using art in support of organizing, education and movement building). Discussion includes growing up in Puerto Rico, radical politics, and t…
 
Dominique Serrand – Artist, performer, director. This discussion includes the origins and humble beginnings of the renowned company Serrand helped to start, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, the legalities of living and working in his adopted homeland of the Twin Cities, and the frustration and financial hardship of the artist. This story is made possible …
 
Paul Wellstone – Professor, community organizer, and US senator, Wellstone was a leader of the progressive wing of the Democratic party. Discussion includes grassroots politics, the frustration with the mainstream media to take progressives seriously, finance campaign reform, and the viciousness of the American political campaign. (The Boschwitz le…
 
Clyde Bellecourt – Civil right organizer, and one of the founding members of the American Indian Movement. Discussion includes growing up on the White Earth reservation, being sent at the age of 12 to Red Wing State Training School, and fighting one of the longest wars ever: the one waged against the American Indian people. This story is made possi…
 
In the final episode of Long Lost, host Jack El-Hai takes stock of where things stand with the case of the missing Klein brothers, what can be done and what we owe to the family who is still searching for answers. This podcast is made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the Friends of Minnesota Experience.…
 
How can we begin to understand the loss the Klein family has experienced? It's impossible, but also an important step in how we can try to empathize with and support families in this unthinkable situation. Betty and Kenneth are no longer able to share their experience, so Jack El-Hai sat down with Patty Wetterling to discuss how her family navigate…
 
A tragedy of this scale has long reaching effects that reverberate through the years and touch family members in different ways. Memories fade, or change, and new questions emerge as the Kleins reckon with the lack of answers they have and who is ultimately responsible. This podcast is made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and the Fr…
 
In a case that has been closed, with no crime scene and virtually no physical evidence, how do you even begin to imagine a list of potential suspects? Jessica Miller and Lance Salls go back to the beginning and scrutinize every interview and report to try to reconstruct the possible fates of the Klein brothers and find, incredibly, there are still …
 
While police closed the case of the missing Klein brothers after only five days, family and friends never stopped searching for Kenny, David and Danny. For decades, Kenneth and Betty Klein doggedly followed up on leads and worked to keep the story alive. Decades later, help would arrive from an unexpected source, and bring new energy and insights t…
 
On November 10th, 1951 Kenny, David and Danny left for Farview Park. When their oldest brother, Gordon, went to fetch them for dinner, they were nowhere to be found. The resulting search would raise more questions than answers and would be the beginning of a lifelong saga for the Klein family. For more on the search and photos of the family visit u…
 
Get a sneak preview of Episode 1 of Long Lost: An Investigative History Series, premiering Nov. 21st. Long Lost will explore the 1951 case of the disappearance of the Klein brothers, Kenny, David, and Danny, ages 8, 6 and 4, the family’s dogged pursuit of the truth, and the work of investigators who recently discovered important new clues and ident…
 
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