I grew up with the story of Baby John – after decades of questions, answers may be within reach

A dark cloud still hangs over the country, writes Sinead Kelleher

White Strand in Caherciveen, Co Kerry where Baby John was washed up. Pic:Mark Condren

Sinead Kelleher

I was two years old when Baby John’s body was discovered on the White Strand beach in Cahersiveen. Thirty-nine years later, I’m here, writing about a tragic story that continues to command the nation’s attention.