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From Juarez to Williston: Listen to episode 13 of "A Better Search for Barbara Cotton"

Barbara Louise Cotton vanished from Williston, N.D. on April 11, 1981, never to be heard from again. Her case is considered open and ongoing by both the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the Williston Police Department.

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15 year old Barbara Cotton went missing from Williston, N.D. on April 11, 1981

A Better Search for Barbara is an investigative podcast about missing person Barbara Louise Cotton. The 15-year-old vanished without a trace from Williston, N.D. on April 11, 1981.

In episode 13 of Dakota Spotlight - A Better Search for Barbara Cotton:

  • Host James Wolner looks into a tip.
  • A search for physical evidence in Wyoming does not go well.
  • New information about person of interest Frank J. Delapena.

Listen to Episode 13

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A painted rock in Recreation Park honors the memory of Barbara Cotton's life. Barbara has been missing since 1981. April 11, 2021. James Wolner / Forum News Service

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A painted rock in Recreation Park honors the memory of Barbara Cotton's life. Barbara has been missing since 1981. April 11, 2021. James Wolner / Forum News Service

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