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WA PAMELA BURROWS: Missing from King County, WA - 1972 or 1973 - Age 23

Discussion in 'Missing 1900 to 1979' started by Romulus, Jul 30, 2018.

  1. Romulus

    Romulus In the earth of missing person

    Pamela Burrows


    Burrows, circa 1972

    Missing Since 01/01/1972
    • Missing From King County, Washington
    • Classification Endangered Missing
    • Date of Birth 07/04/1949 (68)
    • Age 22 - 24 years old
    • Height and Weight 5'4, 150 pounds
    • Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, blue eyes. Burrows may use the names Pamela Hatley and/or Penny Hatley.
    Details of Disappearance

    Burrows was born in Washington and lived in King County and Pierce County, Washington during the early 1970s. The last contact her family had with her was in either 1972 or 1973, when she called her sister in Minnesota and said she and her boyfriend were going there to visit her.

    Burrows never arrived in Minnesota and never got in touch with her family again. A short time later, her boyfriend called her sister to say Burrows had been killed in Seattle. This statement has never been confirmed.

    Little information is available in Burrows's case; it remains unsolved.


    Pamela Burrows grew up in Snohomish County. She was married in about 1966 and they were only married for about one year. Family members stated that she then moved and they heard that she lived in both King County and Pierce County. The last contact family members had with Burrows was when she called her sister, probably in either 1972 or 1973. That sister, at the time, was living in Minnesota and Burrows told her that she was coming out to visit with her boyfriend. Sherburne stated that she received a call a short time later from the boyfirend who told her that Burrows had been killed in Seattle. No family member has had contact with Burrows since that time.


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