Friday, March 20, 2009

Women Are Hard To Track Down

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – According to one professional locator, elusive women are harder to track down than men.

So says Troy Dunn, star of The Locator, a reality series that chronicles his job reuniting long lost loved ones.

Over the last 20 years, Dunn has located more than 40,000 “unfindable” people, but admits lost ladies are always difficult cases.

That’s because women are constantly changing their names whether they get married, divorced, or re-married.

Says Dunn: “Nobody’s harder to find than a female!”

To avoid headaches, Dunn typically tracks down the closest man to the woman he’s searching for and goes from there.

Other difficult locator cases are those concerning celebrities because, as he puts it, “How do you tell someone that their real son is a Grammy-winning musician? They automatically don’t believe it.”

Dunn really enjoys the cases where people have known each other all along, like the time he reunited a mother with her biological daughter who she’d unknowingly babysat decades earlier.

Season two of The Locator premieres tomorrow (Mar. 21) on WE tv.

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