It's been more than 10 years since a New York City mother risked everything to recover her abducted young son from halfway around kali Remove term: Kali White VanBaale Kali White VanBaale Choose from the most used byliners Move upMove downToggle panel: Post : Group Group Real Crime Move upMove downToggle panel: Content : Featured Asset Video Leave empty if no featured video Full Width Hero Image Adding both 16:9 and 9:16 images is recommended (exclusive to History.com) Image Ratio Image * Add Image Article Image This will override the Featured Image Anthony and Tiffany Rubin and son Kobe Lee Featured Asset Type ImageVideoFull Width Hero Image (exclusive to History.com)None Move upMove downToggle panel: Post : Extras Highlight Summary Move upMove downToggle panel: Page : SEO Page Facebook Twitter Title The title of your content as it should appear in the card. Tiffany Rubin and Kobe Lee: Where Are They Now? Length: 47 / 280 character(s). Description A description of the content in a maximum of 200 characters. It's been more than 10 years since a New York City mother risked everything to recover her young abducted son from halfway around the world. We interview Kobe Lee to find out how they are doing today. Length: 200 / 280 character(s). Move upMove downToggle panel: Content : Program Selector Program Leave empty or none if it doesn't belong to a series, movie or special Move upMove downToggle panel: Excerpt Excerptthe world.
In the late 1960s, Liza Rodman spent summers hanging out with Tony Costa, the handyman at the Royal Coachman hotel, where her mother worked. One of the many people Liza's mom enlisted to watch the 8-year-old and her sister, Tony was also a serial killer.
In the early 1980s, Johnny Gosch and Eugene Martin, two paperboys from Des Moines, Iowa, played a critical part in helping shape the era of missing and abducted children—from the Missing Children Milk Carton Program to the formation of the NCMEC and more.