This choir is made up of people with missing family members. This is how they got their message across.

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This choir is made up of people with missing family members. This is how they got their message across.

The ensemble Missing People Choir are a diverse array of individuals, but they all have one thing in common: they are all looking for family members who have gone missing.

Some members, such as 70-year-old Peter Bozell, have been missing children for decades. Bozell hasn’t seen his son Lee in about 30 years, when he disappeared.

But the choir still has hope, knowing that if they can get their information out as widely as possible, there’s a chance just one person will see a photo and identify someone.

This hope fueled their recent appearance on the show ‘Britain’s Got Talent,’ which broadcast the names and information of some of their missing loved ones to millions of homes in the U.K.

Watch the choir sing their original song ‘I Miss You,’ and learn more about the group’s mission and hope….






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