In addition to the twenty shocking cases of the last thirteen years that Angeliki Nikolouli presented on Friday, May 26 2017 there were also other significant in “Tunnel”.
For some, Silver Alert was activated and posters published in the media.
Thanks to the attendance of nurses, employees of sensitive services, and our ordinary fellow citizens, we found the edge of the dark tunnel of bureaucracy and gave the answers to the relatives of the missing.
Ioulia Kakni 47, was found from the show two months after her disappearance at the unclaimed of the Athens morgue in June 1999. She was lost from Dromokaitio Psychiatric Hospital, where she was hospitalized.
Paraskevi Papatheodorou, a mother of a seven-year-old boy, was found at the unclaimed of the Athens morgue, twenty days after her disappearance. She was lost in June 1999 from her house in Agios Stefanos.
In March 2000, “Light at the Tunnel” gave the answer to the relatives of a wealthy elderly woman for her relatives were looking for two years since July 1998. Eleni Sfyri, 88, had told her relatives that she was going to visit her cousin in Heraklion, Crete, but she never arrived. The show revealed that the woman had been found dead and had been transferred to the unclaimed. She was then buried as unidentified in the 3rd Cemetery, while her money were lost from people she met.
Thanassis Levantogianis, 27, was lost from Patras in December 2000. A month later, an announcement on the show was enough to find that he was at the unclaimed .
It took an announcement from “Light at the Tunnel” to tell his relatives that he was dead for a week in the unclaimed. 23-year-old Vassilis Stergiou was lost on April 16, 2005, when he left his house in Renti to go to Omonoia.
The alarm on the site of Angeliki Nikolouli was finally a death alarm for the young Emil. A coroner read about his disappearance on the internet page of the journalist and contacted the show. Among the dead who had no data in the morgue, was 34-year-old Emil Gergi. He was found dead in a municipal parking lot on Akti Dilaveri in Mikrolimano, Piraeus, on July 30, 2011. He was lost one day ago from the Larissa Station where he lived with his family.
Georgios Prokos who had disappeared from Korydallos, Attica, on August 3, 2012. Citizen recognized him and contacted Silver Alert. He said that on the day of his disappearance, he was with him at a bus stop and that while they were speaking, he suffered a heart attack. As he said, he called the 199 and he was transferred to a public hospital in Athens where the unlucky 76-year-old died.
The disappearance of the 74-year-old Ioannis Kiousis from Petralona on 30 June 2012 evolved into tragedy. A passing citizen found him unconscious on a road in Kallithea and alerted the police. Ambulance called, transferred to a central hospital where he died of pathological causes.
The unfortunate man had no identity on him and his relatives were not notified. Five days later, a hospital employee who saw Silver Alert, informed that the old man was dead there.
For ten days, Georgia Sarris was still missing , and her relatives struggled to locate her.
The statement on the disappearance of the 52-year-old who was suffering from severe melancholy had been made in the 2nd Police Department in Peristeri. In the same area, she was found herself dead after dropping her from a block of flats. First Police Department of Peristeri spotted her. The police did not cooperate and Silver Alert was issued to understand that the woman was kept in the refrigerators.
Georgia Sarris had disappeared on July 11, 2013 from Anthoupoli.
He stayed in hospital and cemetery for eight days until he was recognized by a nurse.
He is 63-year-old Stavri Metsai, who suffered a heart attack while he was on a city bus in April 2013.
He stayed at Vyronas and Silver Alert was issued for his disappearance.
Twenty days was at the Athens morgue, a patient of Dromokaitiou hospital, who had been found dead in the same place!
He is 58 yeas old Ioannis Panagopoulos, who disappeared on March 19, 2014 and was found dead after a month from another patient in the courtyard of the hospital.
Before he contacted with his cell phone his son and told him he was in a park without being able to determine the point.
Although police officers in the area had their mobile phone in their hands, they did not think of seeing the calls and look for his relatives.