Barbara Newhall Follett was 25 years old when she last left the house.
Your trail is lost on December 7, 1939 in Brookline, Massachusetts.
No one - at least no one who knew about it - has ever seen her again afterwards. Not her parents, not her husband and none of those many readers whose bookcase still contained Barbara's famous book from 1927: “The House Without Windows”, published twelve years earlier and written by a child prodigy who was not even thirteen. Barbara was already typing stories and poems on her father's typewriter when she was just four. She invented a fantastic world called Farksolia with a language of its own.