A Mother And Son, Lost And Found

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When Carol Brobeck was 20, she put her baby boy up for adoption. Twenty years later, the son, Joel Woodruff, came looking. The two tell their story of reunion.

This story was produced by Vige Millington and Shea Shackelford for the Speakeasy Storycast.



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