|Ariel Bruce in the news…
In search of the source of my family (click link to read full article)
The Great Train Robber unmasked: Irish man was the mole.
McKenna died with just £3,000 to his name. But Goody insists that, in the wake of the robbery, he handed over some £135,000 in two holdalls and a mailbag to McKenna at their final meeting. The Irishman put the loot, worth several million at today’s values, in the boot of a grey Austin car and made a clean escape from the biggest robbery in British history. But Patrick McKenna seemingly couldn’t escape his own guilty conscience. At this point in the tale, we’re relying mostly on speculation from Gordon Goody, along with the findings of the celebrity people-tracer, Ariel Bruce, who delved into the available details of McKenna’s past.
Irish Independent, 5th October 2014 (click link to read full article)
Ariel has been closely involved in the current series of ITV’s Long Lost Family, as well as all the previous series. The first episode of the current series was aired on Monday 13th July 2014 with a feature article published in the Daily Telegraph entitled “The Heartbreak Kids”. The article points out that quite often people searching for family or friends will have been looking on and off for years. When asked the question, how can ITV be so confident that the team can hunt down lost relatives when the searchers have tried so many avenues the response is: “The short answer is it managed to get Ariel Bruce on board. An independent social worker, Bruce specialised in post-adoption services for 23 years. With a success rate of 95%, you might say she is the Agatha Christie of the adoption world”.
Daily Telegraph, July 13th 2014 (click link to read full article)
Kate Adie and Ariel Bruce campaign together (click link to read full article).
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