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Madeleine McCann: Terror In The North Sea

by | 29th, January 2010

maddy-mccann-lanternMADDIE WATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann, Kate McCann and Gerry McCann: The Northern Times reports that Chinese lanterns set off in north west Sutherland in memory of Madeleine McCann being missing for 1000 days triggered a scary incident.

No, not the Our Maddie nightlight.

A woman reported seeing three bright orange lights in the sky at around 9pm in the Scourie area. She feared they were flares which had been set off by someone in distress.

Well, in a way, they were… Police are called. The coast guard is called. But the real emergency is at the Northern Times, where the reporter tells readers:

Lanterns have been released across the UK in support of Jerry and Kate McCann’s search for their missing daughter.

Jerry? Well. It’s Gerry. But it just shows that the media is not yet totally saturated with news of the Our Maddie. Still some work to do. And word to the wise:

But local police have now asked to be informed if anyone is still planning to release the lanterns in the Sutherland area.

Give it 1000 more days…

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