The Disappeared | A Note About The Man Who Inspired The Disappeared
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A Note About The Man Who Inspired The Disappeared

Herold Henneberry

05 Feb A Note About The Man Who Inspired The Disappeared

We are so sorry to hear the passing of Harold Henneberry.
His story was certainly an inspiration for many people, including us.“A self-educated man, Harold was a fisherman and started fishing at an early age with his father and siblings by his side. He was well-known for his skill of harpooning swordfish and as a navigator. Captain of the Angela B. Mills, he and six crewmen were lost at sea off of the Grandbanks of NL in 1956 and survived seven days in the North Atlantic after rowing 300 miles in dories before being rescued. Harold’s story was the inspiration for the movie ‘The Disappeared’, which premiered at the Atlantic Film Festival in 2012 and went on to win many hearts and awards.”
Thank you for sharing your story Harold. It lives on.
Herold Henneberry

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Harold Henneberry, the man who inspired #TheDisappeared, passed away Jan. 31/15 at 100 yrs old.

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