It`s a shame that previous discussion has been lost with the website, but I think that the future success of this forum will rely on current and future discussions rather than past ones, so that Keith`s memory is truly kept alive. I live in the North East of England, but my grandmother was born and raised in Gorton. I was quite young when the sad events were unfolding, and realise now why they particularly upset my grandmother, as she would have been very familiar with that part of Manchester (she lived in Railway Street). This has stayed with me all my life, and I think about Keith and the ongoing search regularly. When my young son is old enough, I will tell him all about this too. I think what I`m trying to say is; Keith is still very much in a lot of people`s thoughts, and always will be. Best of luck with the new website and forum, and I will continue to spread the word. The dignity of the Bennett family has always been a source of inspiration for me, and it continues to be so.