The sensitive granddaughter searches for her own missing grandmother in her own separate way and a whole village is found by her side.
With a special message on Facebook, she deposits her soul and touches on Athena Bakalis disappearance who suffers from dementia and was lost on June 30.
Investigations into her whereabouts have so far failed, as no one in her village has been able to provide any information on the missing elderly.
From the show’s studio, her granddaughter Athena Papageorgopoulou, mentioned her love for her grandmother and the poem she uploaded to her Facebook page and touched hundreds of users.
“What did she think? Where did she want to go? Where would she go when she was a kid? Where would they take you when you were younger? A loss as difficult as some of the cliffs I was looking for to find you. A denial of evil and then a realism that I may never see you again. Are you crying; Why; Since she is not dead. And where is she? Where to find her? Why haven’t I told you I love you so many times for you to hear it? Because I knew you didn’t hear that word and you would say, ‘What are you saying baby Athena, what did you do?’ Don’t forget me wherever you are, ’cause I LOVE YOU. ”
In a telephone call, OFKATH President Christos Ramos, who participated in the investigations with his team, said:
“The area has about 40 to 50 wells, and all have been investigated sporadically. We searched for the traps for an elderly person, but did not find the slightest. It’s a weird case that needs to be investigated by the police, “he concluded.
Her unmarried, retired sailor son living in the same yard, but did not understand how she was lost.
Her granddaughter gave a detailed account of where she allegedly left her home at night.
“It was so difficult and dangerous that it would surely have hurt her and we would have found blood. But we didn’t find any sign of her there. ”
She requested that investigations be ordered by the Prosecutor of Piraeus Security, where Kalloni Trizinias belongs, to get the answer to what really happened to her suffering grandmother.
Athena Bakali, 88, a retired farmer, stands at 1.55.