Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Rick Forcier rocks out.

Lot of talk about Rick Forcier, lately. He was the guy who lived in the trailer at the corner near the scene of Maura's accident. Prof. McDonald's wife thought he was an albino (though, perhaps he just hadn't been out in the sun in a while). And it is true that Forcier would not let police search his trailer and didn't want the Murrays walking around his property.

Like I said before, I'd forget Forcier. Everyone who lives in the area had nice things to say about him. Would he really have picked Maura up just to drive her 100 feet down the road to his trailer? No. Also, his trailer was later searched by police after he sold it.

I firmly believe the most likely scenario is that Maura had planned to meet someone up in NH all along and that person contributed (directly, or indirectly) to her death. The key to her disappearance is finding out who she planned to meet.

Anyway, here's a music video from Forcier. Just another example of the strange and cool characters you're likely to meet in the North Country.



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  1. Thanks for clearing this up about Rick. Wonder why his wife said what she said about him - perhaps she was really made at him, and just wanted to get him trouble?

    You believe the key to this case is finding the person MM was planning to meet - I wonder if you have found that person - that would make for a most interesting ending in you book.
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    1. Rick is NOT an albino. Whoever thought that is a bit scrambled - I suspect the person who claimed Rick is an albino saw him after a dusty day of working with dry wall....covered with white dust!!!

      This just goes to show you how peoples perceptions can be way off, so much of everyting gets increasingly muddled.

      I know Rick, several years ago he worked for about a month on our home doing drywall. Very nice guy, loves his children very much. We took him out to to dinner after the job was finished. Still run into Rick for time to time in Littleton.

      It's likely his young children helped film the video.

      Rick is very intelligent, loves nature and seeking the deeper meanings in things. Very much a deep thinker, which many people might not expect from a drywaller or contractor, but then again I've heard tell the person with the highest IQ is a truck driver so there you have it.

      The turtle he wakes up with in the video has a very cool meaning that only those closer to him know :-)

      Rick told me about possibly seeing Maura or a teen boy wearing a hooded sweatshirt.

      If you know Rick, there is an exceedingly small chance he had anything to do with the case other than simply reporting what he may have seen.

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  2. I am glad you posted this James.

    I also like the way you linked the issues of who she was meeting and clarifying what happened to her. Just because the first might well lead to the second does not mean that who she was meeting killed her or even necessarily that who she was meeting is a bad person or was up to bad things that night.

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  3. yes, JR, A LOT of "cool" free spirits living up that way!
    i haven't ruled out the possibility of her traveling parallel to someone in different cars, or ahead of/behind her, both going in the same direction to rendezvous at a destination, whether fixed or changing. this circles back to the reason she ran away from Amherst. an unavoidable key to unlock the mystery. someone knows.

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  4. I don't get it. Why are you not at least interviewing Forcier? You commented earlier that no one was talking to you. McDonald talks to you. Gives you some insight into what actually happened after the accident and you ignore it. I get it that you have a hunch that someone else was involved but shouldn't you leave no stone unturned and no lead un followed?? Maybe Forcier could have more information that talking to you might reveal? After all if it took him a while to realize that maybe he saw a missing person, there might be another clue he's not told anyone because he didn't think it relevant?

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  5. I never said I wasn't going to talk to the guy.

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  6. The theory about maura meeting someone has one SLIGHT HOLE.

    Where was this so-called person when Maura broke down and was left stranded for several minutes before the bus driver approached her and then she was left alone again for several minutes as the bus driver left to go to his house?

    Why would maura not tell the bus driver not to worry about her, because HER FRIEND was coming to pick her up shortly? The bus driver would'nt care if the friend was some mystery lover or not. no reason to hide that info from him

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    1. Excellent point!

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    2. Totally agree and was going to post the same thing. While I usually don't like the "you can totally rule 'X' out" statements (specifically the Vasi possibly being hit with Maura's vehicle incident), I agree about ruling out RF. He just strikes me as completely innocent. I am about to rule out that she was "with" or "in parallel" with someone also. Just seems too highly unlikely to me.

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  7. Perhaps she had already met up with this person and was quickly trying to leave them behind? That would also explain what happened to the missing items from the car. She'd already arrived at her destination and dropped them off.

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    1. Her destination being a rendez vous with another car? But the crash can't have been planned? She seemed to have been drinking and staging a crash is risky business for even experienced crash course drivers.

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    2. If the destination was to meet Fred then she would have given him the accident report papers.

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    3. James, it is hard to understand why she would be going east on 112 if she'd already been to her destination. But not impossible. A wrong turn is one option. The unpaved roads constituting a kind of development to the south of 112, just west of the accident site are kind of confusing. I have driven them and got a little turned around at one point. It is not impossible that she simply turned the wrong way after leaving her destination. THe other possibility relates to the police report. I would think that it is pretty routine to determine the direction a car was going when it hit a tree. This is particularly the case and the curve where Maura crashed, as to hit that tree at an angle that would cause the officer to be fooled into thinking she was going east when she was in reality going west, would require a very strange chain of physical events, like strange like the floating Kennedy assassination bullet. But who knows? I guess the question is whether the police report is rock solid. i wonder if you might want to ask the first officer on the scene how he knew the car was going was. I am sure the explanation is straight forward, but if starts with "humina humina humina" then that would be kind of BIG because if her car was not going east, a lot changes. ~ John Green

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    4. Just for clarification, what items were missing from her car? I thought that all of the alcohol was found.

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    5. Just some observations: Her gas tank was full when they found the car, which meant she had to have stopped recently to fill up. How many miles back from the accident site was the gas station? I thought I read some where it was 1-2 miles or so? So she wrecks the car, BA comes along to offer her a hand and she says no. Now why on earth, if she was leaving her car, wouldn't she head back to the gas station that she knows is only a few miles back? Instead she heads off in a direction that she has no clue how long it will be until she reaches the next town? I believe its because someone she knew was following her, and she knew they would be there shortly to pick her up. The witnesses did say they saw a couple vehicles pass by while they were waiting for police to show up. I agree that if you find out who she was meeting, you may find out what happened to her. This case is so sad and its very scary knowing that in a span of about 7-10 minutes someone can just vanish.

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    6. i work with rick forcier from time to time and he is a fucking great guy. this tragedy screwed his life up. until someone finds her remains or someone confesses, you will never solve this mystery. so many people just disappear from the face of the earth. only maura and the person that abducted her know where she is. i can guarantee rick had no involvement.

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    7. One small point: There is no evidence that Maura arranged to meet anyone that night. You are introducing a red herring fantasy. Why was she drinking and driving after two recent accidents and a judge telling her to behave for six months or face prosecution for credit card theft? That's a person who doesn't care about her life anymore. That explains why she boxed up everything at UMass: she wasn't coming back. Maura was deeply depressed and intended suicide. After the final accident she improvised a Plan B. Death in the woods by pills mixed with alcohol or hypothermia.

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    8. andymac, I'm a little late to the game but I wanted to make one point. A lot of people have a lot of good things to say about Rick Forcier. He could help the investigation (as well as help alleviate any suspicions cast on him) by allowing his property to be searched. So why wouldn't he? It certainly seems suspicious.

      Also, the police were keeping enough of an eye on him that they were ready to search his trailer before he sold it. Why did he prevent them from searching years ago? Does he realize that he wasted the police's time and resources? Wouldn't he want to be a "good neighbor" and assist in any way he could, while simultaneously clearing his name?

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    9. Maybe there were other things in his house that he didn't want police to find. If I were a marijuana user or movie pirate, I wouldn't consent to a search either.

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    10. If she was meeting anyone they would have been there within a minute of her crashing. MAYBE she was meeting someone up the road. But it wasn't someone traveling behind her. She was driving a shitty car that could lilkely do the speed limit. Any car following behind would have been on her ass. Any car traveling in front wouldn't have cell service.

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  8. I think that it is plausible she met someone else either on campus, at one of the parties, or an older man out in town. Maura knew Billy would see phone records so she did not use her phone to call him or give him her number. She told Billy that she did not feel like talking to anyone (she did not want to talk to Billy). If a girl ever says that to a boyfriend, that is a red flag in a relationship. Fred states that she was unfamiliar with the area she was driving in. A good indication that she was following somebody. After that person noticed she wasn't behind them, they turned around to figure out where she pulled off. That is when BA talked to her. By the time BA went in to call the cops, the person she was following picks her up and they continue east the way they were headed. I do believe Maura's destination was in fact Bartlett. JR, I think there could be clues in Bartlett.

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    1. I have to tell you, I always thought it was strange that Billy had boughten her a phone, and was paying her phone bill. In my own experiences with dating men, if any guy had told me he wanted to pay my phone bill-whether i was financially stable or not, I would assume he was probably controlling of me and wanted to 'check up' on me..and didn't trust me, or that *he* was the one with the guilty conscience, and was assuming i was doing the same as him..that always sounded very fishy to me. Sharon getting her a AAA membership was caring and sweet, but the phone thing is point out weird.

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    2. I'm late to the game here but a couple of thoughts...

      Billy may well have been controlling. However, remember that Maura and Bill were students. A cell phone might have been very expensive for them in those days. If that's what Maura wanted Billy might have gotten it for her as a gift.

      Indeed, I got my first cell phone around 2000, and it was a boyfriend who bought it for me! This was after 9-11, and he was worried about me not having a means to reach him in an emergency. (He wasn't the least bit controlling, either.) Furthermore, some cell phones have "family plans" where the service is cheaper if more than one person is on the same bill (discount on either the phone, the bill, or both).

      What I'm trying to say is that while the fact that Billy bought her a phone was interesting, and could mean that he was trying to monitor or control Maura, this is not NECESSARILY the case.

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  9. Florida,

    Hard to fathom that the two different set of witnessess (other than the school bus driver) happened to not see this mystery person pull up and pick up maura at the accident site when the accident site was literally less than 100 feet from their houses (two different houses on either side of the road). Witnessess noticed the school bus driver pull up to the scene and then several minutes later the first responding officer, yet they fail to notice a mystery guy coming to pick her up????????

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    1. She was picked up a few hundred yards up the road if the dog scent is to believed. So it's possible that witnesses didn't see anything unusual because nothing unusual happened - people often fail to notice everyday events such as the postman arriving, a neighbor coming home at their usual time or for example a car they see everyday going by.

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    2. People in NH (and New England) mind their own business. It's rude to stare, and a glance will do to assess the situation. If intervention is needed, folks will respond. Otherwise, with the exception of offering help, a routine slideout does not rise to abduction and homicide. One might take particular notice in the presence of a bloody scene, or evidence of a verbal altercation or physical struggle. It was, by all initial observations, a non-event.

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  10. Good find Mr. Renner. Not a bad song either. So, this is the man who remembers nearly 3 months after Maura's disappearance that he may have seen someone running 5 miles down the road, in a remote area, on February 9, 2004? And he doesn't go to the police, or so it's been said. Instead he floats this rumor in the local convenience store, knowing, or hoping it will get back to Maura's father. Mr. Murray tells the police and when the police question him as to why he didn't come forward he states he got his dates mixed up.

    So 3 months after all the news reports that Maura is a runner, he says he saw someone running. On that very night. He also, insensitively, said jokingly that Maura was living with him and that she was a great cook. Perhaps he's just a jokester or maybe he has an idea who might have helped Maura "disappear"?

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    1. I couldn't agree more with poster AnonymousJan 17, 2012 10:21 PM. The timeline doesn't add up either. It takes only 30 min from franconia to Bradley Hill Road. If Mr Forcier left work at 7 that would put him at the crash site area at approx 7:30 give or take 5-10 min.

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    2. With the exception of travelling on 112 in February. The frost heaves slow you down considerably at several points on 112. Its 30 minutes without frost heaves. Also, I for one, do not recall where I was on any certain day without checking my Outlook calendar---just the result of a very busy schedule perhaps.

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  11. I would think that Mr. Forcier would want to contact you Mr. Renner. This could be a terrific opportunity to relay what he saw and what occurred after MM went missing. It might even help spread the word about his music!

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  12. Mr. Renner, if she had already met someone and dropped them off and if she was trying to get away from them it doesn't give her much time to having met them, and having any sort of interaction. The timeframe is pretty tight isn't it? From Amherst to Woodsville, seemed she was in that area the exact time it would take to get there. Doesn't leave time for something to have gone wrong so quickly with an illicit meeting.

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  13. I find it odd that "Witness" is interviewed by a private investigator on Sunday February 15, 2004 and again by LE on Thursday, February 19, 2004 but doesn't remember that he saw someone running 4-5 mils down the road on February 9 until late April, 2004 when he mentions it to W of SSS.

    Here's part of Fred Murray's letter to NH Governor Benson from May, 2004"

    "Recently, nearly three (3) months after the accident, a motorist (“Witness”) who was driving west on Route112 at about 8:00 PM on February 9 reported seeing a young person acting furtively heading very fast in an easterly direction at a point about four (4) to five (5) miles away from the scene of the crash. The time line and description of the individual’s appearance and clothing fits perfectly for this person to have been Maura.

    This witness lives within just yards of the accident site, but said he had been confused about the exact date and time of that event because the state police had not interviewed him until 10 days had passed. As hard as this is to believe, it is actually true since an investigator helping the family questioned him on Sunday, February 15 and he said the police hadn’t been there to talk to him yet. At this point I appealed directly to the state police to pay attention to rudimentary procedure and turned our notes over to them. This apparently prompted a belated response, which led to the questioning of this witness on Thursday, February 19.”

    The letter goes on and can be read in its entirety at: http://www.mauramurraymissing.com/Fredsletterstogovernor.html

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  14. This is all really interesting. I have a question that doesn't seem to be answered anywhere - how sure are we that Maura actually packed up her room herself? What is the boxes as the note are all staged? Did she actually call her profs re the family death or was it an email? What if she hadnt sent it an was just planning an illicit weekend away with a man not knowing he'd already made it look like she wasn't coming back through her own choice??

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    1. Well, since we know that UMass requires ID in order to enter dorms, it would have had to have been someone affiliated with the university who had an ID--most likely a student, since a professor or staff member would probably have attracted attention.

      Furthermore, in order to keep his appointment with Maura in NH, the person probably would have had to get in to her room immediately after she left (which also raises the question of how he did that--there have been no reports of forced entry that I am aware of), throw everything together and make it look neat, then drive like a bat out of heck to beat her to Woodsville (and probably on a different route, to boot, since otherwise she might have noticed him passing her.) Doesn't strike me as terribly likely.

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    2. Signed in guest? ~ J. Green

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  15. If Maura was running away from someone or a situation that had gone bad when she drove to the area she went missing in. Wouldn't stand to reason that she wouldn't refuse help from the school bus driver. If someome were chasing me, I think I would accept help from the first person (other than the chaser) that came around.

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  16. Can anyone answer this question?

    How did MM communicate with this mystery person she was meeting?

    The authorities checked her cell phone and dorm room phone records in addition to checking her computer, email accounts, etc. The authorities have never mentioned MM meeting anyone or planning to meet anyone.

    Other than a hunch is there ANY evidence suggesting that MM was meeting someone?

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  17. I believe she had that conversation in person the weekend before her trip.

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    1. Mr Renner, when you say you believe she had the mystery person conversation the wknd before her trip are you referring to Fred or do you have someone else in mind?

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  18. I guess I'm a little confused. I would also love to find out why she travelled up there, and I, too, believe she was meeting someone, but I guess I just don't see how this person would have serendipidously been at the scene of the accident and harmed her.

    Can you explain a little bit about your theories surrounding how the person she planned to meet could have possibly been involved in her disappearance? Do you believe he or she (most likely he) caused the accident somehow and used it as an opportunity to take her? Do you believe she somehow got in touch with him afterward to come pick her up? Do you think he just coincidentally happened to be there when she wrecked?

    Another question: Do you think this person had planned to do harm to Maura all along and that the wreck really has nothing to do with what happened?

    Thank you so much for all you do!

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  19. If you use calling cards then the phone number you call will not show up on your monthly cell phone bill.

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  20. JAG POST, part 1 of 2 - re: anonymous 1/18/2012 at 4:44 PM

    Your observation of the unlikelihood of the person she was going to meet happening to be nearby the accident site is a good one. It requires an explanation by Occam's razor.

    I think that such an explanation could lie in this scenario. She followed someone that she met in downtown Haverhill (about two miles west and just off I-91) toward some ultimate destination, down 112. This squares nicely with the fact that her scent vanished a few feet east of the crash site (although that is frustratingly equivocal because the police waited so long to bring on the scent dogs). It also squares with the fact that she was - by various accounts - not a comfortable driver and the Saturn having been in bad condition. It is very unlikely that she would have driven down 112 by herself at night.

    So, it could have played out like this. She met whomever in Haverhill. She was following that person toward their ultimate destination down 112. She hit the tree, knew she was drunk and asked Butch to not call the police, got out of her car, trotted up to the car of the person she was following and hopped in his or her car. Away they went.

    Incidentally, I believe this sequence of events also suggests the destination of Maura and her companion fall into one of two categories: (1) an Inn or lodging around in the general area of Lincoln or North Woodstock, or (2) an Inn or lodging around the area of Conway, or a residence on 112 relatively close to, and east of, the crash scene.

    Here is the logic for that. It is known that Maura was looking for resort/inn type places to stay in New England. It is also known (if the police report analysis - coming east, hit tree, spun, wound up in eastbound lane facing west - is to be believed) that she was heading away from I-91 and Haverhill. If they were headed to Bartlett or somewhere in that vicinity, the faster way to go (albeit a few more miles in US302). If you know the area and/or play around on google maps, you can see that if they were heading for lodging, the only places where the plan of meet in Haverhill and Maura follows (presumably so she would have her car to go back to Amherst in) is Littleton/North Woodstock and Conway. I am sure there are some other inns here or there along 112, but it is a pretty remote road except in the aforementioned areas and Haverhill. From her internet searches, she seemed to be checking sites in relatively prominent tourist ares. Lincoln/North Woodstock and Conway are the closest such places that are consistent with a Haverhill meet up and Maura follow scenario.

    The second possibility stems from the idea that maybe she was meeting someone who lived up there. If that is the case, it seems to me that they would have simply met at the nearest place off a highway to where he/she lived. If you have ever driven those back roads off 112 and around the accident scene in particular, you know that they are complex, confusing and not always marked or paved. So she may have simply been following someone to his or her home after rendezvousing in Haverhill.

    JAG POST, part w of 2 - re: anonymous 1/18/2012 at 4:44 PM

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    1. I doubt Maura made it to any Inn, or lodge or motel, or hotel..and i doubt, if someone picked her up that he or she brought her to any inn, or lodge, or motel or hotel. I say this, simply for the fact that Fred and his family seemed to have checked in almost every area to stay in NH and some places in VT as well...and it was all over the news, as well as missing persons posters all over trees.

      Whether she was abducted, or went willingly with a person, the destination, I believe, was most likely in their house.

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  21. JAG POST, part 2 of 2 - re: anonymous 1/18/2012 at 4:44 PM

    The second possibility stems from the idea that maybe she was meeting someone who lived up there. If that is the case, it seems to me that they would have simply met at the nearest place off a highway to where he/she lived. If you have ever driven those back roads off 112 and around the accident scene in particular, you know that they are complex, confusing and not always marked or paved. So she may have simply been following someone to his or her home after rendezvousing in Haverhill.

    But my money is on #1. She planned to meet someone in Haverhill. She and that person were looking for lodging. She struck out in Stowe and Bartlett, but the other person found a place in North Woodstock of Lincoln or Conway. Maura said, "I don't like driving and the Saturn is not running well" so that person met her in Haverhill, so that all she had was straight highway driving for a couple hours, in daylight, from Amherst. It was decided that she would follow him or her east on 112 to their destination because she would need to have her car to head back to UMASS (which from Littleton, during the day, she could do down I-93 to I-495 to Mass Pike whenever the time up there ended. Shortly under way, the accident happened. Uh oh she's buzzing and worried about a DUI, so she tells Bruce to not call the cops and hoofs it up to her companions car, who pulled over when she had the accident. She hops in and away they go. What happened then? I don't know. But, this scenario seems most likely to me by what is known and by occam's razor and it is a scenario that points back again to this: find out who she was meeting and/or what was going on in her life and move a long way toward finding her or at least learning what happened to her.

    I have three interesting theories about who she was meeting that I can tie to some of the known evidence, but they are entirely speculative and constitute intrigued guesses more than anything else, so I wont post them here, as I believe that would run afoul of James' reasonable rules about posting.

    One final note on the rag in the tailpipe. A rag stuffed in a tailpipe (as I read somewhere it was, as opposed to dangling from the tailpipe, suggesting towing had been going on) will do two things: (1) make it hard to start the car, if not impossible, possibly causing a backfire when you try, and (2) if it does start make it stall before too long.

    It seems to me that there thus are only two options for how the rag got into the tail pipe, considering the context that it was the rag from the Saturn's roadside kit. First, the car had been started recently and someone who knew Maura well and had reason to be in her trunk, or Maura herself, wanted the car to not start or to stall. Second, after the accident, Maura or someone with her was concerned about the car getting stolen and stuffed the rag in the tailpipe to prevent it from starting. The first possibility, of course, may suggest a nefarious intent by whomever she was meeting. The second possibility is more wide open.

    Regards ~ John A. Green

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    1. Always amazes me that you have a fantasy of what might have happened worked out to the actual words you imagine she spoke, but you gloss over one obvious obstacle: Maura didn't intend to go back to UMass. She packed up everything and left the boxes on her bed with an email on top explaining why she was gone: Billy's betrayal. If you come home and your wife is gone but all her things are boxed up with a note on top about you betraying her, you know it's over.

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  22. In the above posts I keep writing "Haverhill" when I mean "Woodsville." Also, it is more like 6 miles west of the accident site on 112 an US302, not 2 miles. ~ John Green

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  23. A previous contributor cast his or her doubt on the probability that someone would suddenly remember sighting a person 4-5 miles down the road three months later when they’d been interviewed or questioned many time before that… indeed just a week after Maura’s disappearance. And why that person didn’t call the police or a private investigator directly. It makes you wonder why someone might do that.

    A number of years ago, a woman went missing near where we live. She was never found, but police have reason to believe it was foul play. Local people reported seeing a woman acting incoherently, but didn’t offer help. Later, it was discovered that the missing woman was an epileptic. Those locals who spotted the woman were severely criticized by the media, the family and by other locals.

    Eventually over time those local witnesses changed their story ever so slightly, in order to save face. Some said the woman was acting in a threatening way, another said the woman frightened her child. The witnesses, it was said, changed their story not because they were culpable in any way, but rather to deflect some criticism about not helping more.

    It has been proffered that BA, RF and other witnesses who saw MM that evening were fed up with the haranguing and questioning of the events of February 9 and tired of people traipsing across their property. Some say they changed their stories to redirect everyone’s focus, again, not because they were culpable in any way. That may be why stories appear to change and why later in the investigation it was reported that someone was running 4-5 miles down the road… just to give the locals a respite from all the mayhem.

    Unfortunately, if that’s the case, it backfired and made people question their innocence even more. And it may have caused unnecessary and expensive searching…

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  24. I know Rick, several years ago he worked for about a month on our home doing drywall. Very nice guy, loves his children very much. We took him out to to dinner after the job was finished. Still run into Rick for time to time in Littleton.

    It's likely his young children helped film the video.

    Rick is very intelligent, loves nature and seeking the deeper meanings in things. Very much a deep thinker, which many people might not expect from a drywaller or contractor, but then again I've heard tell the person with the highest IQ is a truck driver so there you have it.

    The turtle he wakes up with in the video has a very cool meaning that only those closer to him know :-)

    Rick told me about possibly seeing Maura or a teen boy wearing a hooded sweatshirt.

    If you know Rick, there is an exceedingly small chance he had anything to do with the case other than simply reporting what he may have seen.

    And by the way - Rick is NOT an albino. Whoever thought that is a bit scrambled - I suspect the person who claimed Rick is an albino saw him after a dusty day of working with dry wall....covered with white dust!!!

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    1. If he's such a deep thinker and truthseeker, why does he bend over backwards to talk about this case or offer any kind of help, insight or perspective???

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  25. I am sure he is hiding more.

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  26. I agree my father is a suspicious person but that's because hes had a very hard life and has real trust issues. He likes privacy, nothing is wrong with that. Issues with my mom has caused him to think less of people, especially police, im sure weve all had points where we disagreed with a cops motives. My dad doesn't want people knocking on his doors and walking around our house. I was at my moms the day Maura went missing, I was so young I didnt even know what actually happened until years later when I read an article. I also remember my dad telling me that our neighbor moved because he was getting all these rude comments from people he didnt even know just walking around town. My dad isn't very observant, believe me, so of course seeing someone walking on the side of the road wouldn't make him think differently.

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    1. Thanks for reaching out. I would like to hear more. Could you please email me at jameswrenner@gmail.com Thanks!

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  27. Ted Bundy seemed like a nice, regular guy too.

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