The Disappearance of Maura Murray
Maura Murray's disappearance is a perplexing case that has captivated many. It's been nearly 20 years since she packed up her dorm at UMass Amherst, emailed her professors that there was a death in her family (there hadn't been), and took off. On February 9, 2004, while on her drive, she crashed her car on Route 112 near Woodsville, New Hampshire. Maura was last seen on foot near her vehicle before vanishing in just 7 minutes. It is believed that she may have been attempting to walk to a nearby town or seek help as there was no cell service. However, despite extensive searches, no substantial leads or evidence have been found.
The circumstances surrounding Maura's disappearance have raised numerous theories and speculations. Some believe she may have chosen to disappear voluntarily, while others suspect foul play. One prevalent theory is a combination of the two that Maura wanted to disappear and was actually abducted.
Investigators have pursued multiple leads over the years, but none have led to a breakthrough in the case. Maura's family and friends continue to advocate for answers, and the case remains open. The search for Maura Murray continues, if you have any information that could shed light on her whereabouts please contact the New Hampshire Cold Case Unit at 603-223-3648 or email at Coldcaseunit@dos.nh.gov.
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