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crime world Episode 48: The former FBI agent on the trail of missing Annie McCarrick

A former FBI agent working with the family of the missing student has said that a serial killer arrived in Dublin as a stowaway on a boat 48 hours before she vanished

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Nicola Tallant chats to journalist Saskia Bellman about the rise of narco terrorism in The Netherlands

Nicola Tallant chats to journalist Saskia Bellman about the rise of narco terrorism in The Netherlands

Nicola Tallant chats to journalist Saskia Bellman about the rise of narco terrorism in The Netherlands

A FORMER FBI agent working with the family of missing Annie McCarrick has said that a Spanish serial killer arrived in Dublin as a stowaway on a boat 48 hours before the American student vanished - but slipped the net once gardai were called.

Kenneth Strange, who is working as a liaison for Nancy McCarrick, Annie’s mum, has just visited Ireland to retrace the last known movements of Antonio Angles, who is believed to have stowed away on the 'City of Plymouth' boat from Lisbon.

Angles is to be the subject of a new Spanish documentary and investigators have confirmed that he was on the boat when it docked in Dublin at around 2.45am on March 23, 1993. five days after setting out on its journey. When Gardai were called by the ship’s captain to remove the unwelcome passenger he disappeared never to be seen again.

Nicola Tallant chats with former FBI agent Kenneth Strange about the development in the case and the pain the McCarrick family have endured over the years.

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