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We discuss the disappearance of Maura Murray, a 21 year old nursing student from Hanson, MA that left the UMass Amherst campus on February 9th, 2004 and was last seen that evening on Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire.

107 Degrees - Maura Murray 107 Degrees - Maura Murray

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We discuss the disappearance of Maura Murray, a 21 year old nursing student from Hanson, MA that left the UMass Amherst campus on February 9th, 2004 and was last seen that evening on Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire.

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4.1 out of 5
164 Ratings

164 Ratings

+Be+ ,

Analytical , articulate and smart!

It’s a pleasure to listen to Erin. She chooses her words intelligently and thinks before she speaks. A rare gift nowadays! Well done!
Erin takes the investigation very seriously and the facts seem to be accurate. The episode about the antifreeze or coolant was very fascinating. Erin’s explanation makes a lot of sense especially when you hear her talk about how unlikely it was that the wine box ripped open just because the car hit the snow bank. Maybe a bit too much speculation at times. The long discussion about the rag in the tail pipe was entertaining but a bit unnecessary because Erin already knew that Fred had told Maura to put the rag in there so that Maura wouldn’t get pulled over. Do we know if Maura bought alcohol only but no food? Any chance the hit-and-run accident on campus and not the phone call with Julie was the reason Maura was so distraught the day before her trip and disappearance ?
You might be the one who uncovers the truth, Erin! I would wish it for Maura’s family. Good luck! Keep going!!!

A Fellow Pilgrim ,

Finally!

I’ve been obsessed about this case since I first saw it on the ID show “Disappeared” and I’ve always wanted to know more about it that was the general media was saying. I recently saw this podcast and it just what I was needing. Very thought provoking, very analytical, very thorough. I’m addicted. I’m finishing up the most recent episode (black box) and I’m gonna start from the beginning again. Highly recommend this!

wants to read the book ,

Love it

It’s sometimes dry, but fascinating. I really hope they are working on a book

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