posted on May, 19 2017 @ 07:06 AM
I'm thinking with some of the dislike of social media that we could focus more on the positives that it can maybe facilitate.
I ran across an article this morning on this page
It's an article along with a photo about a blond haired girl observed at a train station in India with a family who doesn't appear to be hers.
Someone noticed the child sleeping on a blanket, somehow (not elaborated on) figured the child didn't speak Hindi and snapped a photo. From what I'm
understanding, the photo was initially posted a year ago and has 'resurfaced' now.
It's true, I suppose that the parents could carry the albino gene and that could be the reason for the child's appearance but, not speaking the
native tongue is strange, IMO. I suppose also that the family could be some sort of 'hired help' for a family and babysitting (if you will) the
child seen sleeping on the blanket at the train station. The Madeleine Mccann case has some people looking at every blonde haired blue eyed girl a
little more closely/suspiciously I think. Not a bad thing, IMO necessarily...it just is how I think the some of the world's perception has changed
since her disappearance.
I just don't know but, there was a similar situation in 2013 when a blonde haired blue eyed girl was discovered (in Greece) to not be living with her
biological family and had actually been 'given away'. That little girl's father did carry the albino gene and as unfortunate as it may seem that
the mother had given her child away (7 months old) to her employers, it seems as if it was on the level.
From the original poster of the photo
The little tow-haired girl is sleeping on her stomach and her shoulders seem pink as though she had gotten
too much sun. Next to her is a woman on her knees and next to the woman is a baby laying on his back. The station is located in the city of Ganj
Basoda, situated on the New Delhi–Chennai main line route passing through the Vidisha district. There is no age of the little girl, but I would
guess she is between 3-4 years old. Also, Surendra mentions that she doesn’t speak Hindi, which could be an indicator that she is old enough to
carry on a conversation. But, he does not mention what language she was speaking. Many have commented on his post that the little girl might be
albino, in which he has responded, “If that’s possible, but not speak hindi, this is precisely the conspicuous exception.” My guess is that
Surendra considered that, but it was the fact that the little girl did not speak Hindi caused him to be concerned she was not with the right
I'm wondering if social media and the ability to reach millions of people quickly won't someday (near future) be the catalyst for bringing closure
to many of the missing persons cases not only here in the states but, abroad as well. It intrigues me to think that perhaps the 'devil is in the
details' and one should pay more attention to those vacation photos or, like myself, the random pictures one may take with their 'ever present'
phone while visiting a new location or town. The devil may be there or there may be nothing but, it's certainly worth my time to take a second
Thanks for reading and I hope there is something with a positive outcome found out about this little girl.