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posted June 08, 2002 08:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for americamm   Click Here to Email americamm     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
-Another Arizona Most Missing Person-
Cold Case, Foul Play Suspected By Someone She May Have Known Very Well.

(America's Most Missing Persons) Is Offering A $10,000.00 CASH REWARD For Information Leading To The Whereabouts, The Remains And/Or Any Suspects Involved In The Disappearance Of Pamela. Help Us Finally Bring Pam Home To Her Family And Bring The Suspects Involved To Justice.
Please Contact: Robert (Bob) Austera,
Director Of America's Most Missing Persons At: 410-419-9281 Or 410-668-2682.
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Read the Pamela Page Story Below:
By: Jimmie Rice,

Missing from Arizona - Pamela Jane Page

My sister, Pamela Page disappeared from Peoria Arizona on July 21, 1989. The last person, other than her husband, to
see her alive that evening was one of her employees at her video store. She stated she left Pam and her husband closing
the shop around 8:30. Pam was in good spirits and not complaining of feeling ill at that time. On the contrary, she was
making plans to open a second shop, and talked about looking at new homes, saying the week before how good her
husband looked to her. Pam's husband opened the shop the next morning and told employees that Pam was feeling ill
and would not be in. Later in the day he said he had some errands to make and decided to go by and check on Pam.
Some hours later he returned and stated that Pam had left him, and gave the employee a letter to read stating there were major marital problems. At that time, the employee felt this was totally out of charater for pam and did not believe
that it was her writing on the letter or that she would just leave. The letter said Pam was leaving and taking $60,000 from the store safe, and was going away with a woman named Sarah who supposedly frequented the video store. Her husband later asked a friend to help him find Pam's car where he said she'd instructed him she'd left it. She also
allegedly left behind her credit cards and driver's license, but taking all her clothes (which was a huge amount). The
following week a family member called to talk to Pam, and was told by her husband she'd left and was read the letter.
When questioned about not notifying the family he said he thought she'd be back and that he'd contacted the police, but
they wouldn't do anything. The family immediately called police and found there had not been any record of a report
regarding Pam, and later when faxed a copy of the letter learned it was from a processor and the signature did not
appear to be Pam's. The family, not Pam's husband made the first police report, after they had detemined her husband
had told too many conflicting stories. During the investigation, the police were able to determine, and her husband later
admitted to, at least partially writing the letter and then signing it himself, parking her car and taking a taxi home. And to date not one shred of evidence supported the actual existence of a person named Sarah. No one employeed in the
shop had ever heard of her, Pam did not mention her to family the week before when visiting Arkansas, the computer
did not reflect anyone by that name on the customer list, and none had saw Pam talk to anyone who might have been
her. Again only her husband's word that she existed. We as her family believe Sarah along with the amount of money in
the safe were fabricated by Pam's husband. It is Pam's families' belief also that there was never the amount of money
mentioned. Pam was a shrewd business woman, and would have had money where it would have drawn interest, not in
a safe, which was opened by employees. Pam's home was subsequently searched several months later, and there was
not one trace that she had ever existed. Her husband voiced amazement to the family when we persisted in looking for
her, saying she did not want to be found, indicating to us she was very unimportant to him. He refused to take a
polygraph and has never actively assisted the family in trying to locate his wife. Pam was an exceptional business
woman, loyal, and very attached to her mother and family. It was totally out of her nature to have left without a word to
anyone, or to leave her shop like that. In the years since Pam's disappearance, she has been featured on "Unsolved
Mysteries", been described as being buried in the desert close to Coolridge Arizona by a noted psychic. Her home and
that of a friend were again searched and probed, having used cadiver dogs in the yard. Nothing has thus far turned up
what happened to her. Her family will not give up until she is found, and continue to make trips to Arizona and put out
posters and talk to old neighbors. We request that if you have any information, no matter how small, that you contact
either the family memember listed or the Peoria Police C.I.B. division in Arizona, Detective Doug Hildebrandt at
1-623-773-7080. We welcome your comments, suggestions, and/or information. Please help us bring Pam home.
Pamela Jane Frisby Page was 32 years old at the time of her disappearance. She had shoulder length naturally red hair,
and hazel eyes. Pam was 5 ft 8 in tall and weighed approximately 190-200 pounds. Pam's dauchsund rerun also
disappeared with her, and we feel when we find Pam we will find her pet. Thank you


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