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- Apr 8, 2013
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Huber was 14-years old when she says her 38-year old mother Barbara Frame left their Zanesville home on January 30th and then vanished. "She got her coat and said she was going to be back cook us dinner and she never came back," says Huber
Her daughter says just before her mother left, Barbara told her she received a call from an attorney about a meeting regarding her recent divorce. "There ended up being no appointment. They found her car next day, empty," she says. Police say her mother's blue Monte Carlo was found in front of a bar, across the street from United Technologies, where Barbara worked.
Her daughter believes her mother was a victim of foul play, but police say they can't prove that.
Frame was 38 when she disappeared, and she was in the middle of a divorce from her second husband. Police questioned the estranged husband, but the results were inconclusive, reports show. Huber said that early in the investigation, he heard all kinds of stories about his vanished mother, mostly from random people and mostly macabre in nature. In the past 25 years, hes heard almost nothing about the case.
After Frame went missing, her children were separated. The pain of losing his mother has eased, but Huber said holidays and old pictures often bring memories of her to mind.
FB missing page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Help-Find-Missing-Barbara-Frame/261107247411856