Sumei Hu Missing

Steven Frasch went to pick his wife up from Chicago’s O’Hare airport last week and she wasn’t there. The problem lies in that she did fly to Chicago and customs video shows that she got off the aircraft as well. So what happened after that?



Police are assuming that Sumei Hu has left of her own accord and say that they can’t rule out the fact that she might have gotten on another plane. They also say that they aren’t sure who paid for her trip to China to visit her family family either. According to Steven Frasch it was a female friend in Sheboygan Wisconsin, but he couldn’t remember her name.
Frasch and Hu met through an Internet dating service and have been married since 2005. According to her husband Sumei has no credit cards and little English. It seems to me that if she had been in the U.S. since at least 2005 she would have at the very least a basic understanding of the language and maybe a couple of credit cards.
Sumei had gone home to Guangzhou China in September to visit her family including her teenage daughter from a previous marriage. The last time that Frasch spoke with his wife was five days prior to her disappearance. She was planning on leaving her cell phone with her daughter so that she could call her from the U.S.
The whole thing just smells funny to me. I can’t really put down a concrete reason why but the facts and suppositions in the whole story just seem hokey as hell.
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    Leslie left a comment yesterday on my short post on Sumei Hu pointing me to an article in yesterday’s Chicago Tribune. According to the Chicago PD Sumei Hu has contacted her family. Her sister-in-law told the Tribune that Hu had…

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