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Posted on 07/28/2014 6:18:11 AM PDT by yldstrk
A husband has issued an emotional plea to his missing wife to come ... as detectives hunting for the 38-year-old mother of two said they had run out of leads.
Jennifer Huston was last seen buying petrol on Thursday evening at a 76 station in Newberg, Oregon, two miles from the home she shares in Dundee with husband Kallen and their two sons, aged two and six.
Her mobile phone has been switched off for the past four days since her disappearance and her credit card has not been used.
And today her husband, Kallen, who has been trying to shelter their sons from the ordeal by telling them she is on vacation, told her: 'I love you so much and I miss you. Please come home.'
In an interview with KPTV, he described her disappearance as 'completely odd', adding: '[It is] completely out of character for her to just disappear like this.'
In a separate interview with NBC News' KGW, he went on: 'We miss her very much. My two boys really, really need her.'
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
Yep.. sounds like some of the same “outreach” to the missing wife we all heard from Scott Peterson.
We had a friend in Texas whose depraved loser husband murdered her. She worked at AT&T and he bought stuff from CVS on the credit card and returned it for cash. They had 3 boys. He told them when she came back they were all going to Disney World.
The police followed him out to a dump where he was burning her bones.
Bass turd is now in prison and the boys are adopted.
Speaking of that, whatever became of the story of the Marine whose pregnant wife disappeared a few weeks back? She seems to have been out scouting a site for a get-together in Joshua Tree National Park in California. Never heard any follow-up.
She was attractive and alone and missing...the worse was assumed, with the usual suspects rounded up, I'm sure.
Turns out, she had missed an icy, mountain curve while driving home on a dark and stormy night and wound up down an embankment, invisible from both the road and cell towers.
They found her body still in her car. She didn't make it, but there have been other cases like this where the driver was found in time to save them.
Poor kids. I hope the adoptive family provides plenty of good care and love for them.
supposedly her paramour murdered her and moved away
My first thought was the husband. I hate that I am such a cynic. Not as sad as the probable fate of Jennifer Huston, but sad just the same.
The world we live in has turned upside down in my lifetime. There is no longer a respect for human life in many parts of society.
A woman in the Houston disappeared on her way home from work at a bank. All kinds of speculation about what had happened to her. Many months later she was found in her car in a pond. She had driven off the road into the pond and drowned.
Nice looking woman—if he did it what an ash hole. lets not jump to conclusions though...
I am jumping
Sadly, that is the most likely explanation.
She often takes vacations without hubby and kids?
If I went missing my husband would know that either I had had an accident or I had met with violence. He would not be issuing an "emotional plea" for me to come home because he would know that I would be there if it was possible.
So either he thinks that she voluntarily disappeared or he wants people to think she did.
No happy ending here.
Sometimes, people just look at their lives and just drop out. It may be under dreadful circumstances, and may leave others holding the bag, but it’s not that unusual to see someone evaluate their surroundings and decide it’s better to be far away from all the people that populate his or her life.
Not a conservative ethic or value, of course. But we can’t pretend that it doesn’t exist.
Reports of missing persons have increased sixfold in the past 25 years, from roughly 150,000 in 1980 to about 900,000 this year. The increase was driven in part by the country's growing population. But the numbers also indicate that law enforcement treats the cases more seriously now, including those of marginalized citizens.
The husband may not be guilty of anything. The woman may be the victim of a lunatic. No telling at this point.
I’ve thought of dropping out many times.
She often takes vacations without hubby and kids?
The kids are 2 and 6, which is readily viewed in the excerpt.
Yes, at that age, that cover story will work. Did you miss that when you read the story?
I don’t think this story adds up. If she left voluntarily, then her marriage wasn’t as wonderful as they are making it sound. If her marriage was sound, then why would he be issuing an emotional plea TO her for her to come home? Why wouldn’t he be assuming that she isn’t able to come home of her own volition? I agree, no happy ending here.
There was one like that where a little girl found a driver hidden below the road through a vision.
Back in the sixties, we had friends in the military (the husband and mine flew together)who received sudden orders. He had to report and left her to haul a trailer transporting his motorcycle with their Mustang filled with two full grown Dobermans in backseat and small bubblegum chewing girl in passenger set.
They were going cross country from TX and somewhere in the south, the air conditioner went out. They rolled down the windows and baby girl kept sticking more bubble gum in her mouth; then she started taking it out, stretching and playing with it.
Somehow, the wind caught the stretched out gum and blew it into the back, where the Dobermans caught it and smeared it around liberally.
My friend said she seriously thought about pulling over, jumping out, and crossing cotton rows like a jackrabbit until she got far enough to change her name and never be heard from again.
Such is life as a military wife--and sometimes just a wife, period.
If he is not guilty of anything he would be losing weight, trying to do anything and everything he could to find her, not sleeping, telling the kids he was trying to find her, demanding the cops find her, tracing and retracing her last steps.
I can sympathize with her. The first time I deployed my wife was at home with five kids. I honestly think being deployed was easier than being a “single” parent with five kids at home. Now I’ve retired and the kids are all grown. Time for us to enjoy some solitude and each other’s company more often.
Also when my dad deployed back in ‘69 my mom was left with seven kids (I am the youngest). He told her his return would be delayed and she wrote Nixon a letter. She got a quick response and he was home as scheduled. And she still has that letter.
These days I don’t put much stock in “odd” behavior as an indicator of anything. There are so many broken people that normal isn’t available anymore.
Makes you wonder say, when I looked at her picture she reminds me of another wife who so called went missing if you put dark hair on her, she looks a lot like Lacy Peterson.
Re-read the article, THE KIDS are questioning where their mother is and he's telling THEM she's on vacation.........NOT THE AUTHORITIES........
You think he's better off telling the kids "I don't know where your mom is, I think she's been murdered?"....Sheesh.....
bump for tracking purposes.