AZ - Pamela Frisby Page, 32, Peoria, 21 July 1989

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  1. anthrobones

    anthrobones New Member

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    Pamela Jane Frisby Page
    Missing since July 21, 1989 from Peoria, Maricopa County, Arizona.
    Classification: Endangered Missing



    Vital Statistics Date Of Birth: January 18, 1957
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 32 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'8, 200 pounds
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Red, shoulder length hair; green/hazel eyes.
    Marks, Scars: Mole next to nose, two moles on neck, small scar under chin. Her tonsils and adenoids has been removed. She has pierced ears. She wears glasses.
    <LI>Jewelry: A gold neckless and a three color gold ring with 4 or 5 diamonds

    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Page was last seen on July 21, 1989. Page is believed to have disappeared between 8 AM and 4 PM that day. Her dachund disappeared with her. Her jewelry and drivers license and other ID were seen at her home after she disappeared. Her husband found a note purportedly written by Page; it stated that she was leaving home to live with a friend named "Sarah." The police have been unable to learn many details about "Sarah" and it is unknown if such a person even exists. Her husband later admitted to partially writing the note she was said to have left him.
    Page stated in the note that her vehicle, a 1981 yellow Corvette, was parked in a donut shop parking lot in Phoenix, AZ. It was found the next day by her husband who admitted later to parking it there himself.
    A businessman in Glendale, AZ reported that he believed he saw Page walking across a parking lot near the business she owned on July 24, 1989 -- three days after Page was missing. Pages' business was located at 67th Avenue and Greenway in Glendale. This is the last recorded sighting of Page since 1989.

    It is believed that foul play may have been involved in Page's disappearance.




    Wow. Her husband sounds like a real idiot.
     
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  3. bykerladi

    bykerladi New Member

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    Wait ,wait... he writes the "goodbye" note, parks the car, lies to police about both, and he wasn't charged with obstruction of justice? And the worst part is, I guess he probably killed the dog too.... :(
     
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    This husband has a smell about him IMO!!! Does she have any family who is fighting for justice?

    OB
     
  5. Ranter

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    This sounds almost identical to the Lianna White case in Edmonton last year. In that case, the police managed to nail the husband within weeks. With the obvious interference by the husband in this case, I can't believe they haven't busted him by now. If it was so obvious that he was trying to mislead police as to her disappearence, it should have been a no brainer to wrap up. They must lack physical evidence, or perhaps the police are dealing with a DA that insists upon a body before prosecuting a murder. Makes me mad to see such solvable cases get shelved like this.
     
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    Pam and I were childhood friends, and grew up on the same block, in the 60s and 70s. We played Barbies, listened to records, talked about boys, and walked the few blocks to get a Coke, among other things. Her family has indeed been fighting for justice; they've made multiple trips to Arizona from Arkansas, over the years, trying to find their daughter and sister. Pam's parents are aging, now, and I would be so thankful if they could find her remains and bring her home. Pam's birthday was yesterday; she would have been 56. Oh, and Pam's husband died of cancer last year, taking his secrets to the grave.
     
  8. JusticeWillBeServed

    JusticeWillBeServed Active Member

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    This may be the most obvious case I've seen where the husband probably had something to do with it and wasn't charged with anything. At least in the cases where "the husband woke up to find that his wife wasn't there anymore" has some sort of overnight disappearance. Or the cases where the husband states that "she (the wife) left him with some other man" has the husband sticking to their story. This guy couldn't even do that. It seems like husbands got away with so much more based on some flimsy alibis and explanations. Although, it could be that she wanted out and he helped her disappear which would explain why only one of the dogs went with her. Either way, it's a tragic case for the family as it's been 25 years with no answers.
     
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    JusticeWillBeServed Active Member

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    Bumping for Pamela. Missing for 26 years now.

    NamUs

    Charley Project

    Missing - Please Find Us Facebook Post

    The above quote is from a few years ago. It's possible that she may have revealed something since then.
     

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