It was a tragic day when John Darwin's red kayak, The Orca, was found battered to bits weeks after he had taken it out, never to be seen again. His wife and two adult sons mourned his death, and tried to move on without him in their lives. Until 5 years later, when John Darwin appeared at a police station claiming to have amnesia, and saying that he thought he was a missing person.
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'I think I may be a missing person' | John Darwin canoe disappearance | The Guardian
Canoe man John Darwin's disappearing act - Teesside Live
John "canoe man" Darwin : The full story — Shorthand Social
"I Think I Am A Missing Person" - CBS News
The Dark Side of 'Canoe Man', the Tabloid Sensation Who Faked His Death
The mystery of John Darwin | UK news | The Guardian
Back From The Dead: The John Darwin Story (Full Documentary) | Real Crime
The Thief, His Wife and The Canoe: Where are John and Anne Darwin's sons now? - Teesside Live
How canoe man John Darwin found new love in Manila after gaining his freedom
'John Darwin must die' - In a desperate attempt to clear mounting debts, a plot is hatched in Seaton Carew | The Northern Echo
The Darwin Files: John was dead and the money was in the bank. A future filled with sun, sea and sand lay before them. Then it all started to unravel... | The Northern Echo
Inside canoe man John Darwin's plot to fake his own death - and extraordinary new life
What happened to Anne Darwin and where is she now? - Manchester Evening News
'Obsessed with money, introverted and boring' | John Darwin canoe disappearance | The Guardian
Anne Darwin's week in court: 'A woman able to lie and deceive at length' | The Independent
CPS recover £500k from canoe fraudster wife Anne Darwin - BBC News
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