ND ND - Barbara Cotton, 15, Williston, 11 April 1981

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  1. malaika

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    Bumping :)
     
  3. GoldenFleece

    GoldenFleece New Member

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    How about this unidentified.

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/25ufca.html

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    Pros
    ~ Same height
    ~ Same eye colour
    ~ Both have scoliosis

    Cons
    ~ Unidentified weighs heavier
    ~ Different state
    ~ Unidentified's teeth is a worse state
    ~ 8 year gap between disappearance and death

    What do you guys think?
     

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  4. malaika

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    I think it's worth a shot.. why don't you submit both your UID, and the one I posted above [the one in TX] ? I've been too busy to submit.


     
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    what website is best to use for this?
     
  6. malaika

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    it depends... check the IDentifyus.org profile, as well as any other pages, for who to contact.
    Usually a phone call yields more; I have submitted other items via email , and never received replies.
     
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    Do you have any other photos of Barbara you could share to help with possible identification?

    Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
     
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    From charleyproject:

    Barbara was last seen leaving a restaurant on Main Street in her hometown of Williston, North Dakota during the evening hours of April 11, 1981.

    She had dinner there with a friend and her boyfriend and her boyfriend offered to accompany her home afterwards, but she declined and left the restaurant alone. Her boyfriend watched her walk to Reclamation Park, which is five blocks from home.

    Barbara never arrived at her destination and has never been heard from again. She did not take her clothes, eyeglasses, cigarettes, money, or any other personal belongings with her when she disappeared. She also left behind a paycheck from work. Her younger brother stated he was very close to Barbara and she never told him of any plans to leave home.

    Barbara's case was originally investigated as a runaway case and a missing persons report was not filed for several days as a result.

    Authorities now believe that she may have been abducted, but the prime suspect in her disappearance, a former boyfriend of Barbara's, is now deceased. Her case is considered open and unsolved.

    She went missing from a small town of 25.000. She ws out with her boyfriend and she walked a few blocks to her home and never came back. A former boyfriend is a suspect but now he's deceased. Feels like the LE knows more then us but there is no closure because there is no proof.
     
  11. theshadow45

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    Barbara has been missing for 38 years today.
     

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