The Story of Johnny Gosch: the Boy on the Back of the Milk Carton

In the U.S., it used to be fairly common for you to see the names and photos of missing people on the back of milk cartons. This practice became obsolete when the Amber alert system was created in 1996, but prior to this, it was a way to alert the public of missing people, particularly missing children. Johnny Gosch became one of the first children to be featured on milk…

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