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"Missing Maura Murray" is a true crime podcast about the mysterious disappearance of Maura Murray. Maura was a 21 year old college student in February of 2004 when she inexplicably drove three hours from her dorm in Amherst, Massachusetts to the White Mountains of New Hampshire and vanished. At approximately 7:30pm her car was involved in a single car, non life threatening accident at a hairpin turn on the dark and desolate Route 112. The few witnesses who spoke with police said she denied their assistance. She was gone without a trace before the police showed up approximately ten minutes later. She has never been seen or heard from since. Now two filmmakers set out to make a documentary and find answers on this mystery by diving deep into Maura's life, the region in which she went missing, and the online world of citizen detectives. Hosted by Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna. Full archive is available on Stitcher Premium.

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"Missing Maura Murray" is a true crime podcast about the mysterious disappearance of Maura Murray. Maura was a 21 year old college student in February of 2004 when she inexplicably drove three hours from her dorm in Amherst, Massachusetts to the White Mountains of New Hampshire and vanished. At approximately 7:30pm her car was involved in a single car, non life threatening accident at a hairpin turn on the dark and desolate Route 112. The few witnesses who spoke with police said she denied their assistance. She was gone without a trace before the police showed up approximately ten minutes later. She has never been seen or heard from since. Now two filmmakers set out to make a documentary and find answers on this mystery by diving deep into Maura's life, the region in which she went missing, and the online world of citizen detectives. Hosted by Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna. Full archive is available on Stitcher Premium.

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
1.7K Ratings
1.7K Ratings
JVJoyner ,

Pretty gross

Someone said they aren’t true crime vultures. I have to disagree. They will have several episodes in a row without introducing anything to the story. Most of the episodes are just patting each other, or someone else on the back. I get that you can’t introduce new material if nothing new has been discovered, but, if nothing new has been discovered, why do you keep making new episodes? Sponsors, that’s why. You can say they aren’t in it for the money, but I don’t see what else they are attempting to do.

Miss P. Q. Buttarly ,

Tim, Lance & Chloe are the best.

Say what you will about mistakes made in the past, but unlike the majority of people, they openly acknowledge them and work hard to correct themselves. They are humble, and show an unusual amount of mindfulness in their discussions about these mistakes. They are not true crime vultures; they actually care, and it’s evident in their actions. I have been listening since MMM started, and have watched them evolve into professionals. My own ideas about certain things have evolved with them over time and I find myself identifying with them as they attempt to sort through all of these cases that desperately need to be solved. They are doing the job of keeping these tragic stories alive and it’s not easy. It’s got to be heartbreaking and overwhelming at times, yet they keep it together. Real families and friends need and deserve answers, and they are doing the job of remaining objective and thoughtful throughout. So, if you want sensationalism, go elsewhere. If you want humanity, stay with Tim, Lance and Chloe.

alkeeney ,

Love these guys

I have listened to every single episode of this podcast and of crawlspace. Tim and Lance are awesome and since they were my fist ever true crime podcast, when I listen I always feel like I’m coming home!

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