Write up from:
From the Dallas (Tex.) Morning News
October 13, 1998
by Tim Wyatt
This is not a typical finder database but a
Lost-and-Found bin for people. The site's creator,
fed up with professional services that charged big
money to find lost loves, friends, relatives or
classmates, posted this page as a free
clearinghouse for people desperately seeking
others. The Seeker hosts messages from Army
buddies wanting to relive past glories to ex-wives
trying to reach ex-husbands to adoptees looking
for biological parents or siblings. In the event of
"eureka!" the site offers successful seekers a
chance to tell their story. The best angle to the
page's purpose is that if somebody doesn't want to
be found, they simply don't have to reply.
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