Friends and family start the #FindBarbCotton movement in quest for answers in 40-year-old unsolved case
Barbara Cotton has been missing since 1981. Forty years later, Forum Communication's podcast Dakota Spotlight told the gripping story to thousands of persons throughout the globe. Now, her friends and family have started the #FindBarbCotton movement, dedicated to finding answers.
"Time is running out"
Lisa Jo Schiele wants to find out what happened to the 15-year-old girl named Barbara Louise Cotton who vanished from Williston, N.D. in 1981. And, she wants to find out soon.
LISTEN to Episode 17 of A Better Search For Barbara Cotton.
Fueled partially by the fresh public interest cultivated by Dakota Spotlight's recent series A Better Search for Barbara Schiele and a cluster of Barbara's friends and family created the Find Barb Cotton movement. The movement -- located online by the hashtag #FindBarbCotton -- is a billboard , a website and more.
"This case has never had as much attention as it does now. If something is going to happen we have to make it happen off of this."
Lisa Jo Schiele of the #findBarbCotton movement.
Also in episode 17, new information about one of three persons of interest, Barbara's brother Frank Cotton.
Learn the Full Story - 40 years of nothing, few answers for family, friends of missing North Dakota teen Barbara Cotton
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