The Sodder Children:

The Curious Case of 5 Siblings Who Vanished After a House Fire

The disappearance of the Sodder children remains one of the most head-scratching missing person cases in true crime history.

On December 26, 1945, George Sodder woke up only to realize that his house was on fire. He woke his wife and ran upstairs to evacuate.

Four of the Sodder children managed to escape and call for help while their father tried to evacuate their younger siblings.

But, by the time the fire subsided, his children were gone without so much as a bone left in the ashes.

After the fire that George Sodder remembered the ominous signs and threats he received about his house burning.

George Sodder Was Told That His House Would “Go up in Smoke”

An aggressive insurance salesman stopped by and tried to convince George to get family insurance. George declined the offer, with the agent then saying:

“Your goddamn house is going up in smoke and your children are going to be destroyed. You are going to be paid for the dirty remarks you have been making about Mussolini.”

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