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Simon Hodgson-Greaves: The Missing Podcast, Season 5 Episode 6

Discover the case of Simon Hodgson-Greaves in this gripping podcast series on long-term missing persons. Join the search for answers.

Simon Hodgson Greaves, a 48-year-old nature enthusiast from Scarborough, mysteriously vanished on December 21st, 2013. His last known location was the car park at Bempton Cliffs, a renowned seabird haven on the picturesque Yorkshire coast. A sighting by a staff member at the RSPB shop confirmed that Simon had indeed arrived at Bempton Cliffs in his beloved campervan. However, the subsequent discovery of his abandoned vehicle in the car park raised concerns. Inside the campervan, an empty binocular case and a collection of bird-watching books hinted that Simon had embarked on a leisurely walk, immersing himself in his cherished pastime.

This episode reaches out to those who visited Bempton Cliffs in December 2013. Were you among the visitors to this breathtaking coastal haven during that period? Perhaps you recall catching a glimpse of Simon during your exploration. Your recollections and any information you can provide might prove vital in unravelling his disappearance. Help us shed light on this puzzling case and bring solace to his family seeking answers.

Through a collaborative endeavor between Locate International and the charity Missing People, The Missing podcast series aims to shed light on the perplexing disappearances of individuals and offer assistance to their grieving families. Developed in partnership with What’s the Story? Sounds, this captivating podcast invites you to listen, subscribe, and actively participate in these cases. By joining this community, you have the opportunity to contribute to the resolution of these cases, providing much-needed solace and closure to families grappling with the anguish of unanswered questions. Together, we hold the ability to make a profound impact on the lives of those affected by long-standing missing person investigations.