Noreen Gosch

Noreen Gosch


On September 5, 1982, Noreen Gosch's son Johnny was delivering his Des Moines Register Sunday edition paper, when two men approached him. He was thrown into a vehicle and kidnapped. To find her son, Noreen has fought a long hard battle, and with the help of many others, has helped make the world a safer place for children. Noreen founded The Johnny Gosch Foundation, a month after the kidnapping and developed a program called In Defense of Children. She has presented more than seven hundred speeches all over the United States, reaching thousands of people. She wrote the Johnny Gosch Bill which was passed into law in Iowa on July 1, 1984.



Past Shows:

  • The Disappearance of Johnny Gosch

    More than any other missing child case, Johnny Gosch's story has spawned countless theories and has instilled intrigue in the millions who remember the kid on the side of a milk carton. Noreen Gosch, Johnny's mother, along with filmmakers David Beilinson and Michael Galinsky who...More »

Last Night

Strengthening the Grid  / Neuroscience of Spirituality
Strengthening the Grid / Neuroscience of Spirituality
Historian William R. Forstchen discussed the campaign to bolster energy and communications infrastructure against EMP attack and solar flares. Followed by Professor Todd Murphy on neuroscience, deja vu, healing, and telepathy.
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