Thursday, December 3, 2015

**UPDATE WITH RESULTS** What Happened to Maura Murray?

There's a new poll open for 24 hours to the left of this post.

Let's see where we're at, now.

What do you think happened to Maura Murray?

** FINAL RESULTS **
487 Votes Submitted. Here's the breakdown right now.

Maura committed suicide: 1%

She wandered off and died from exposure to the elements: 19%

She ran away: 37%

She was abducted: 20%

She was murdered by an acquaintance: 20%



79 comments:

  1. You could have been a little more specific. For Runaway - do you mean runaway from crash site - or do you mean planned runaway from the very beginning to start a new life?

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  2. Should have included one more option: I have no effing clue.

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    1. Agreed. There is not enough evidence to be confident about any conclusion.

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    2. Seriously. I almost didn't vote because I couldn't rule out any of the options.

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    3. Nobody is 100% sure of their answer. It's more like: if you had to to bet on it, where would you put your money.

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    4. Anonymous #1- No effing clue😂😂
      100% of this blogs readers.

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  3. I selected "Murder by Acquaintance" because I think it's the closest to my theory which is that Kate and Sara were traveling with her and they know what happened. I don't know that I'd go so far as murder but I think it could easily be a situation of accidental death or something similar that they're covering up. They certainly know more than they've said so if Maura met with something nefarious, I think they were involved.

    If they weren't involved, then I think it's most likely that she died of exposure.

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    1. If that sighting at Shaw's is true, it makes the former notion a possibility.

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  4. I tend to beleive the original purpose of the trip North was suicide. Yet, once the crash occured I think abduction/murder are absolute possibilities. I have been looking at this case for a few years and have jumped back and forth amoung potential theories. I have concluded that based on the current known facts planned suicide best explains Maura's actions before heading North.

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  5. These options, some of them anyway, are not mutually exclusive. Possibly, MM ran away and then was abducted, or ran away and then died of exposure, und so weiter. I suppose Mr Renner means us to take the questions as which thing happened to her ultimately.

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    1. He means what was the last proximate cause of her disappearance (not what caused her to be in NH).

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  6. Uggghhh. I can't take the poll on my phone.

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  7. i don't even know if i can vote because i'm that torn/clueless

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  8. My ultimate thought is that she is not alive. Of course we're still at an uncertainty point, but I mean the likelihood of family members not wanting to speak (sort of implying unknowns about her living status), being hostile towards people wanting to find the truth, and the increase in what I can only imagine would appear to be trolls trying to cicumvent the ongoing investigation really sets deep. One thing did come to mind about the latest troll debacle, HOWEVER. There is an absolute possibility that is her. I mean think about it. If she was perchance living in a new life, she could be attempting to forget about anyone and all peoples with whom she had any kind of relationship with. Yes, even her father. These days, it really isnt that uncommon for something like that to happen, and these days referring back to when she disappeared. Heck, even prior to that. I started to notice lots of cold heartedness right around 9/11. People seemed less enthusiastic, and more absent minded. Like someone or something basically ruined everyone's free spirit. I remember hearing or seeing an increase in disputes between families and teenagers in vulnerable stages were running away constantly. People around you can have serious effects on the decisions you make. Maybe she saw lots of what I said and that got her thinking. Sometimes you do get so stressed and overwhelmed that you start to curse under your breath and make frustrating comments about your own situation. Maybe it became too much for her to even want to deal with. Such a nutty world we live in. All obstacles on her whereabouts are still certainly worth examining over and over again.

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  9. oMauraWhereArtThouDecember 3, 2015 at 9:56 PM

    I'm surprised to see 'murdered by acquaintance' as a choice in the poll, for I've never really heard that theory discussed, and I've been lurking around, and reading about this case since 2009. I knew I'd see the usual theories about suicide (which I've never believed; not really; the copy of her favorite book in the car doesn't help, but...), the whole 'ran away to start a new life' theme (which I'd like to believe, and occasionally do), then abducted of course -- so many choices: abducted by a total stranger or abducted by a local/neighbor or snatched by the notorious dirt bag or a crooked cop or a right-place-right-time serial killer -- and yes, died of exposure has always seemed likely. Just surprised to see murdered by acquaintance; killed by someone she knew...I decided to cast my vote for it, simply because I've never thought about it before, and it sounds plausible.

    I mean, usually a victim knows their murderer.

    Years ago, I wondered about a certain member of her own family. I don't think along that line anymore, Perhaps he was a catalyst for Maura wanting to leave, but otherwise...innocent, right? One thing which plagues me: I wonder who the acquaintance could be? If she was driving with her two closest friends, and assuming it was just the three of them somehow driving in tandem (at least one vehicle other than Maura's had to be around there somewhere for this to work), then how on earth could either of them have hurt her? Sometimes I wonder if Maura didn't die due to exposure that night, but instead died a delayed death due to injuries sustained in the car crash. Perhaps her friends feared they'd be hated or blamed for not taking Maura to the ER straight away; perhaps they didn't go to the hospital because Maura would get in trouble for leaving the scene of the accident, and because she was intoxicated, so they thought 'Oh, she'll be all right...she doesn't look too banged up or anything...' and so they were hopeful (or drunk as well) and avoided seeking medical help, and sure enough, Maura didn't make it through the night. Instead of coming clean, and taking her body to a medical facility or alerting authorities, maybe they found someone to help lay her to rest. Perhaps she received an impromptu funeral up in her beloved mountains. Buried deep enough we'll never find her, and if she had only grabbed her copy of her favorite book from the wrecked Saturn before fleeing up the road to the other vehicle, it could have been laid at her side. Hmm...so although I voted for murdered by acquaintance, I'm gonna alter that to 'Killed by a car crash and alcoholism and the negligence of her acquaintances'.

    That, or she's living in Canada.

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    1. Well, the theory that she may have died from her injuries and panicked friends who were with her and helping with her transition (maybe escape would be a better choice) into a new life ended up burying her somewhere deep in the woods is certainly a new theory as far as I know. I'm sure trying to explain why someone died while in your presence is never an easy conversation to have with the police, but imagine trying to explain to family members what occurred? Oh, Lord! A person or persons could be forgiven for panicking and doing what otherwise would be unthinkable.

      I was someone who checked "murder by acquaintance" and came back happy about the opportunity to change it only moments before reading your comment. I know that if I had been hired or convinced to drive in tandem with someone who then gets into an accident and who I then discover has been drinking my level of anger would be quite high.

      I wish a category for "murdered by family member" had been included given that it is by no means out of the question as many involved in the case now opine that Maura met her end at the hands of a "loved" one. Naturally one hopes that this is as far from what happened as could be imagined, but certain actions by certain parties make it difficult to completely rule out this possibility.

      It looks like the facts as we know them point to her having left to start a new life; at least I certainly hope that is what happened.

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    2. I think your theory regarding her death due to delayed injuries could absolutely be what happened. An accidental death that her friends covered up seems one of the most plausible scenarios to me, given the evidence.

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    3. I also think that is along the lines of what may have happened.

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  10. I think the ones who feel s he ran away really have no long term connection of following this case.

    She was abducted and murdered by NH locals.

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    1. This kind of comment drives me crazy. What you are basically saying is, "if people don't agree with my opinion, they obviously do not know the case very well", which is patently ridiculous.

      I've seen this type of comment so many times on this blog, and I'm pretty sure I've seen you make it more than once. You know, people can be equally as bright and intelligent as the next person, look at the exact same evidence, and still come to a different conclusion. It's one of the wonderful things about the world-that we have the ability to see things differently from one person to the next. It's what sparks innovation, and art, and so many different awesome parts of life. It's also an integral part of the backbone of the judicial system.

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    2. So your saying James has no long term connection to the case because he believes she ran away. When he is the one who uncovered alot of the information, that is known.
      Who ever believes she ran away can say , people who believe she was murdered by locals in New Hampshire has no long term connection to the case. Its an unfair statement you made.
      The fact is No One knows what happened to Maura and until it is known, no theory can be discredited.

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    3. TS: In the course of your findings, any evidence in this case and beyond that points to a trafficking ring?

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    4. Well....Please excuse for me for having an opinion about others opinions. That is also another thing about this wonderful world...Freedom of speech.!

      Oh....and I am an Artist..!

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    5. You can't blame him. He's been Trolled N. Dupeified.

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    6. Truth Seeker - I'm new here - do you have the evidence to support your claim that 1. A murder took place. 2. That it was done by a NH local.

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    7. Truth seeker , I agree 100%. And I absolutely believe whoever did this , is going to get caught eventually.

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    8. I really feel like we could be friends Antonia:) If this blog could read them, I would insert my hand clapping emoji

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    9. You think that comment is bad? You should see TruthSeeker's YouTube comments on every MM Podcast posted. Always the same, like the above. Naturally, any one who disagrees with him/her is accused of being braindead, somehow involved, scared, or they just "cannot handle the truth". Basically the typical all or nothing, "shut it down" rebuttal that goes along hand in hand with many conspiracy theorists. It's disheartening. He/she keeps publicly stating how strange things are happening and people are getting scared because the truth is being revealed, but refuses to say WHAT "truth", what "information" has started to come out, or provide any proof or backup the his/her theories. It's downright bizarre. So many people want this case to be solved (hence the massive following on James' blog and the podcasts), and everyone has different theories because it is UNSOLVED! But if these theories conflict with TruthSeeeker's (which they almost always do), then they are automatically wrong.

      TruthSeeker, I have a long term connection to this case. I've been following James' blog for quite some time. I've read every report I can get my hands on, but nothing has jumped out at me proving NH locals were responsible for this, and the poll results alone show that very few feel this way, either. So that burns down your blanket statement above. Of course she could have been, as again, the case is unsolved, and therefore what happened is not known. But if you're SO adamant about this conclusion, PLEASE provide proof and explanation for this, how you came to this conclusion, etc. as many people continuously ask you to do. I'd love to see a comment from you that provides the facts backing up your opinion that isn't riddled with personal attacks. And sure, maybe this seems like a case of pot-meets-kettle, as this comment hasn't been the most forgiving, but I'm not the one making and black and white conclusion and passive aggressively insulting those who don't agree with me.

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    10. "PLEASE provide proof and explanation for this ..."

      B-b-but that would compromise the prosecution, you see ...

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    11. There is a reason one cop has SAID she's dead.

      And a reason people have been terrorized when they go there.

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    12. "There is a reason one cop has SAID she's dead.

      And a reason people have been terrorized when they go there."

      Which cop?

      Who's been terrorized there? I wouldn't say Lance and Tim were, but were certainly spooked. Terrorized? Pffft ...

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    13. Truthseeker told me I couldn't handle the truth before. The fact is that he supports and backs up a man under the alias Cold. Cold is the same man who called in years ago to Art Bell's Coast to Coast AM and claimed to be a time traveler from 2037. That kills any of his credibility that he will defend a man with no credentials and hasn't been cross checked.

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    14. Truth Seeker, Are you a NH local?

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  11. 'Ran away' is confusing. We know she initially ran away but the question is what happened after the accident.

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  12. Say, who stole the remaining 3%? Now THAT's foul play!

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  13. I say murder by acquaintance..

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  14. Died from exposure got far more votes than I expected given the obvious flaws in that theory.

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    1. Obvious flaws, such as?

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    2. It is not flawed. The problem with the theory is to prove the outcome would require the end result that being a body. Whereas a runaway theory or murder theory since it involved other parties would not require the actual end result. A confession or a clue that leads to the other party could help prove the other theories. Since the theory of dying in the woods from fleeing an accident would be all Maura's doing we would in essence need her body to completely prove the theory.

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    3. Flaws: no footprints in the snow, no scent trails, no footprints sighted from air searches, etc. The post a few years back stated a fox stood out like a sore thumb during the air searches. No body after all these years despite all the searches. You know dang well the landowners have searched too. Its not cave country either. Id believe alien abduction before dying of exposure. I believe a tandem driver, but hitchimg a ride would be more likely in my opinion.

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    4. Died of exposure is far more likely than the myriad of coincidences necessary required to believe that she was abducted and never found.

      That said, I don't believe either is true. But at least the exposure theory doesn't require overthinking to make it work.

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    5. "Flaws: no footprints in the snow, no scent trails, no footprints sighted from air searches, etc. The post a few years back stated a fox stood out like a sore thumb during the air searches. No body after all these years despite all the searches. You know dang well the landowners have searched too. Its not cave country either. Id believe alien abduction before dying of exposure. I believe a tandem driver, but hitchimg a ride would be more likely in my opinion."

      The only one of these that is even somewhat cogent is the lack of footprints, but even that isn't a solid argument because the footprints could've been messed up, more snow could've fallen, etc

      The lack of scent isn't that big of a deal. Dog's aren't infallible, and in fact, many missing persons have been eventually found in areas where dogs have looked.

      Helicopters can only view what is on the surface of the ground. Obviously someone can't see something if the body is hidden. And again, many missing persons cases have eventually been found in areas that were extensively searched even with blood hounds and helicopters. So sorry. History of solved missing persons cases have shown that these aren't really "flaws" in the theory.

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    6. Every theory will have a flaw. Obviously if there was a perfect set of footprints it would lead you to the body if she died in the woods.

      If there was any theory that wasn't flawed there would be perfect proof and there would be no mystery to discuss.

      All these "flaws" you mention should be weighed out against the other flaws in other theories so you can see which is more plausible.

      For example is it more plausible she ran into the woods at a point where know one saw her foot prints - or is it more plausible to believe that a girl who was on minor probation crashes her car, but conveniently she did this while running away anyway jumped into a car with an unknown friend and disappeared for years and years.

      Maura ran cross country and I don't know why its so hard for people to think that maybe she bet on herself at that moment of the crash and ran, thinking maybe she can return the next day.

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  15. She most def did not run away! I'd bet my house on it if I didn't need it to live in.

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  16. I voted died from exposure. I don't think she ran off to Canada, or anywhere else for that matter. I also think it's possible that she accepted a ride from someone (stranger or acquaintance) and was killed/died after that. In other words, I would be shocked if she is still alive. :/



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  17. I voted in this but also felt like choosing one option was difficult. As with most of us, I'm still really puzzled, BUT I do really wonder whether she was planning on running (either for awhile or forever) and then something went horribly wrong. The people in her life aren't being truthful because they knew the former, but are afraid to state it- either because Maura was met with some kind of foul play or she had a totally different plan of her own. Either way, her family and friends are stumped as well but don't want all of Maura's indiscretions (or whatever) to come out.

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  18. I can't remember if the boyfriend has an alibi? Anyone feel like filling me in?

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    1. He was in OK on duty. His cell phone records confirm this.

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  19. I think her family has just had it with the rumors and innuendo, as well as massive speculation about what happened. I know Kate and Sara are both newlyweds now. Everyone is just trying to get on with their lives the best they can. I believe anything Maura's friends and family may know about this case, that we don't, cannot be shared because it could compromise the investigation. There have already been so many leaks/potential damage to it as it is. Yeah it would be nice to learn something new but I don't think we will learn anything new for a long, long time.

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    1. Trying to get on with their lives? Why wouldn't they? A person's life doesn't revolve around a college friend.

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    2. Trying to get on with their lives without their life stories being dragged through the mud is what I meant. And under the circumstances their lives revolved around their friend for many years whether they wanted that or not. So stick it anonymous!😡

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    3. Their life stories wouldn't need to be drug through the mud if they would of been honest from the get go.
      I'm sorry, if you were at a Party with your friend, 2 days before she disappeared, you would remember who was there.
      IMO, friends/ family brought suspicion upon themselves by telling lies and there stories making No Sense.
      There lives didn't revolve around there friend for years because 1. They didn't ever help with searches 2. They withheld info and really wanted nothing to do with it from the beginning

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  20. It's often suggested here that MM intentionally, successfully disappeared in order to create a new life. On the face of it, it's not implausible, but the idea has become less and less plausible over the years. There are a lot of good reasons behind the common law principle of presumption of death after seven years absence. If MM simply wanted "a new life", she could have changed schools, relocated, whatever, without having to perpetrate an elaborate ruse, which would only call a lot more attention to her than if she simply relocated in a more normal way.

    It has been suggested that she was fleeing prosecution for a hit and run accident. James Renner has given several good reasons for discounting that notion. No-one has ever been charged in that incident, and MM was never named as a suspect. Police aren't even sure if the victim had been hit or thrown from a moving car. In any case, the statute of limitations on that case ran out years ago. MM could walk into a police station tomorrow and say "I hit that guy in Amherst" and walk out free. A person doesn't sentence herself to a lifetime on the fringes of society to avoid a prosecution that she knows isn't going to happen.

    I don't mean to sound discouraging, but if a fugitive or missing person isn't found within a relatively short time after he or she disappears, that person is probably never going to be found, except by sheer blind chance. I respect the investigative work of law enforcement agencies, and that of Mr Renner, but at this point, it's unlikely that the case will be solved. If it could be solved, based on existing evidence, it would have been. If the case is solved, almost surely, it will be when a hiker or hunter chances over her remains, or when she is arrested somewhere on minor, unrelated charges, or when she simply gets tired of concealment, etc.

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    1. Well said. My sentiments exactly. This viewpoint is one I have come to from around 20yrs of interest and case study of missing persons. I think most of the folks on here are hopeful newbies who stumbled onto this case after the Disappeared episode.

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    2. I think a lot of people instinctively, unconsciously assume that if people just work hard enough, long enough, anything can be resolved. That's a good attitude to take going into an investigation, but that doesn't mean that it's true.

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    3. Good point. But there is no statue of limitation on second degree murder. I doubt they have evidence for second degree murder. You don't know what evidence they had. Im convinced they had enough for manslaughter charges. The statue of limitations is 6 years for that. After disappearing for 6 years, why surface and place yourself in the lime light. In 6 years she probably established a new life and chose not to go back to face the media and all the questions from her family and friends. There are plenty of explanations for why she would not go back. After disappearing for 6 years and leaving everything behind, there is no going back to your old lfe.

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    4. @Lobo87 I think you are getting confused. Petrit Vasi didn't die after he was hit. Maura can't/couldn't be charged with second degree murder or manslaughter. So, you can be convinced as much as you want that they have evidence against her, but it's not enough for manslaughter when the victim is alive.

      @Lovecraftian The statute of limitations for a crime does not apply if you actively avoid arrest and prosecution for the charge. You can't just disappear until the statute runs out and then pop back up like nothing happened; you will still be arrested and charged. Although I don't believe in the scenario, if Maura did hit Vasi and then purposely disappeared, she can still be charged if she is ever found.

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    5. Second degree murder? Who died?

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    6. How do you have manslaughter or murder when nobody died? I assume we're still talking about the Petrit Vasi hit-and-run rumors. Or is there some other scenario out there that I haven't heard about?

      Actually, Massachusetts tolls the statute of limitations (stops the clock) when someone isn't visibly in the state, so I was mistaken in saying that it would have expired. I don't see that as making any difference though in the Vasi case. The police aren't sure what's happened to him; Vasi himself isn't sure.(Retrograde amnesia is common in such cases.) You can't make a case when you have no witnesses, no physical evidence, and a victim who can't give any information. And MM had an excellent alibi.

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  21. At this point I think the " the secret in Amherst " is far more important to finding out her ultimate fate. That's solveable. Maybe when Fred Murray passes on some one will talk. Her personal issues to me are no longer relevant. And I really don't understand why 12 years later there is still some secret and code of scilence. As long as the inner circle continues their hindrance of the investigation. I will always keep hope alive for her. I've always felt it's just one disgrundled , x boyfriend of Kate or Sara s , or if Fred Murray passes on somebody might say something. Rather than finding her keep looking for the reason she needed to get away in Amherst. That's solveable. More interviews. Delivery Boys , Auto mechanics , Tow truck drivers. The Hadley PO. Stay with the people causing the suspicion and confusion. The fact that the family is un cooperative when a person tries to help is a huge problem for me.

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    1. Yarr... where's me grundle? Who hath purloined me grundle?

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  22. My personal theory is abduction and then subsequent homicide or maybe sex trafficking. It's one of those things ... like, what are the odds, right? She has to be the unluckiest girl in the world to be nabbed like that. The truth of the matter is that stranger things have happened. Unusual things happen all of the time, as it happens, even if they are improbable. This is probably one of those cases, unfortunately. Someone knows though... and they've just never come forward. I hate to say it but we may never know what happened.

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    1. Im new here .
      but you mite be on to something I believe the same thing...

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    2. If she was desperate to get away from her car that night, she would've hitched with anyone, and the abductor doesn't HAVE to be that initial driver.

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    3. The issue with sex trafficking is, adults in the victim positions aren't usually taken by force. They're manipulated into it. KIDS are taken.

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    4. "The issue with sex trafficking is, adults in the victim positions aren't usually taken by force. They're manipulated into it. KIDS are taken."

      The problem with the sex trafficking notion is that, again, a conspiracy would be hard to hold long. There's been allegations that a west coast ring spreading across into Vancouver has power ties. That's pure speculation. It's even been connected to a cop shooting in which the guilty was tried and convicted just this past summer. A lot of people vanished up there.

      Look into the case of Jacob Wetterling. Grunts do the heavy work and pass the slaves into other hands for around $5 Grand a head. Jacob may have been located in Mexico. When contacted, the now-young man didn't want to be repatriated. Related, a woman missing for years may have been slipped down there too. Random sightings but nothing, as in the MM case. So there's similarities among these cases which give me pause that Maura's alive but enslaved.

      But I also have a feeling that tells me if LE gets close to finding her, she'll be harmed because that would blow their operation. Pure speculation. I'm no big conspiracy nut but these ideas can't be discounted. Heck, I no longer believe JFK was killed by anyone other than Oswald.

      Net: Sex Trafficking in New England? Most certainly. Coordinated? Unknown. LE complicity? I very highly doubt it. Why? One "good" link in the chain. MOST people are good.

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    5. "Stranger things", indeed. But I'm not sure why anyone would jump to the lest likeliest possibility like so many here do. Why WOULDN'T the more likely theory be, well, more likely?

      There are good arguments for exposure or running away that don't require an incredible amount of coincidences in order to be feasible. To me, that makes them more likely.

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  23. http://elvaq.com/collegiate-news/2004/05/05/bmaura-murray0146s-mother-believes-daughter-may-be-victim-of-kidnapingb/


    For what it's worth ; Maura's Mom passed on Maura's Birthday. The above referenced article says she went to her grave believing maura was abducted and harmed .

    Someone once told me never to doubt a mother's intutition.

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  24. What I'd LOVE to see are the results of that "troll" comment the other day, y'know, the "Did you ever consider I don't want to be found" one?

    JR, what do you make of "BlueEyes"/Lori Bruno's post yesterday?

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    1. Are you sure that commenter was Lori Bruno incognito? Lol! Her podcast interview was much less specific. I doubt she'd give any unsolicited information in that manner.

      She mentioned in the podcast that she helped LE solve the murder (specifically locate the body) of Nikki Evangelous. I did a little searching on the topic...and am fairly sure she was listed as an 'informant' who told them where to find the body. Wow. I guess technically she did 'inform' them.

      I'll stick with evidence, logic and common sense for now. I have nothing but respect for clairvoyants (I only wish I had their insight!)

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    2. Hey Mac where is the Blue Eyes post

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    3. "Are you sure that commenter was Lori Bruno incognito?"

      No idea, of course. "Goodbyeblueeyes" registered as a blogger but has no content. Someone watching the podcast could easily expound or BS the "specific" information.

      The biggest obstacle for using the iNet for detective work? That's right: Trolls and noise. MUCH noise.

      Aries:

      Posted by: GoodbyeblueyesDecember 3, 2015 at 3:13 PM

      "My psychic powers tel me that Maura is neither alive nor dead. This message comes from someone who is acting on her behalf. I have had many dreams about this case and my dreams have told me that Maura was abducted by someone who has a lot of ties in the law enforcement community. These people are complicit in a large ring of human trafficking and it goes higher than anyone can imagine. Maura was not alone when she left Massachusetts and she was long gone before the accident in Haverhill. The neighbor who said that the girl inmaura's picture is not the girl he saw was correct. This elaborate scheme has been performed thousands of times and there are high level officials covering it up. No one will ever get close enough to the truth without sacrificing their life, that you can bet on. There are lots of trolls lingering on any site related to this who will purposely lead you in the wrong direction. And people who get too close will face constant threats on their life and their families. Anyone investigating this please be careful. Maura Murray is never coming back, and the more pressure certain people feel the more her life is in danger, as is the life of anyone who gets too close in this investigation. -this is just what my psychic senses tell me. I could be completely off,(this would be the first time). Just be careful."

      Uncanny or Bullshot?

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    4. Aries1 Cre...scroll down to the bottom of the comments.

      http://mauramurray.blogspot.co.uk/2015/12/maura-murray-or-troll.html#comment-form

      Here's the text:

      GoodbyeblueyesDecember 3, 2015 at 3:13 PM
      My psychic powers tel me that Maura is neither alive nor dead. This message comes from someone who is acting on her behalf. I have had many dreams about this case and my dreams have told me that Maura was abducted by someone who has a lot of ties in the law enforcement community. These people are complicit in a large ring of human trafficking and it goes higher than anyone can imagine. Maura was not alone when she left Massachusetts and she was long gone before the accident in Haverhill. The neighbor who said that the girl inmaura's picture is not the girl he saw was correct. This elaborate scheme has been performed thousands of times and there are high level officials covering it up. No one will ever get close enough to the truth without sacrificing their life, that you can bet on. There are lots of trolls lingering on any site related to this who will purposely lead you in the wrong direction. And people who get too close will face constant threats on their life and their families. Anyone investigating this please be careful. Maura Murray is never coming back, and the more pressure certain people feel the more her life is in danger, as is the life of anyone who gets too close in this investigation. -this is just what my psychic senses tell me. I could be completely off,(this would be the first time). Just be careful.

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  25. Interesting comments. I'm not sold on any particular theory, but lean heavily towards 'abducted.' Probably because that's Fred M's theory. No matter what, he's coping with a huge loss...and there are no guidelines or 'right' reactions for that.

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  26. Some facts about the statute of limitations:

    http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-law-basics/time-limits-for-charges-state-criminal-statutes-of-limitations.html

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  27. She might be hooked up with the Scientology Sea Org. Did she ever do the Scientology?

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  28. Left the scene of her own accord and either stumbled upon someone's property or picked up by someone and abducted. The someone may not necessary be the first person she was picked up or encountered. Another theory is someone was listening in on a police radio and seized the opportunity, but that is unlikely. I am unconvinced by suicide or succumbed to the elements. I think the body would have been found by now or clothes.

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