GOODNIGHT MY DARLING

Graham McAdam had been missing for almost two months before his desperate family received the tragic news on Saturday

THE family of a popular Glasgow busker have been left devastated after his body was pulled from the River Clyde.

Graham McAdam had been missing for seven weeks before his desperate family received the tragic news on Saturday.

Graham went missing in November

Graham went missing in November

Cops searching for the 42-year-old discovered the body of a man in the Clyde in Erskine at around 10.35am. His family have been informed.

Graham was last seen at about 3:45am in the Anderson area of Glasgow on November 21.

Loved ones spent Christmas and New Year without him despite desperate appeals from his family who were hoping for a Christmas miracle.

Graham’s relatives continued to bombard social media with appeals for information before receiving the news they were dreading.

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His distraught stepdaughter took to social media to reveal the news. Cops are treating the death as unexplained.

Pamela Downey wrote: “I’m heartbroken that I have to post this. Graham’s body was found yesterday so we have not had the outcome we so desperately wanted.

“I want to thank everyone who has contacted us, shared, posted and supported us over the last seven weeks, it’s been greatly appreciated and we are so overwhelmed.


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“I would please ask that yous respect the family’s privacy just now and if you need to contact us then please come through me.”

His wife Patricia McAdam added: “Goodnight my darling. At least I know you are at rest. I’ll love you always please watch over me honey.”

Graham was well known in the Glasgow busking scene and regularly performed near the Hydro and SECC before gigs.


On the night he went missing he was playing for fans heading to The Killers concert.

A police spokeswoman said: “We can confirma body was found on the banks of the River Clyde at Boden Boo, near Ferry Road, in Erskine on Saturday.

“The death is currently being treated as unexplained and a post mortem examination is due to take place.”


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