McSpy, I never thought of that.
I don't think Maura is alive. I have been trying to understand her actions. I don't believe she would have made that trip (in her lousy car) without a strong incentive. Getting away by herself doesn't seem like a good fit scenario.
"Whoever fights monsters should see to it that in the process he does not become a monster. And when you look long into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you." -- Nietzsche
I disagree. Coincidence is not involved at all, chance is. People dial wrong numbers all the time whether locally or long-distance.
Do any posters here know Maura's cell phone number? (I'm not asking to post it, TOS etc.) The cell plan belonged to Maura and Billy jointly; the bill was sent to Billy's mother, Sharon, in Ohio. Do we know if the account was opened in Massachusetts or in Ohio giving it an Ohio area code?
I see JR is interested in hearing about sightings of MM
I always find sighting of those who have gone missing to be questionable. See this all the time on the ID shows of missing people where all sorts of sightings get reported that never pan out.... It is so easy to mistakes someone who looks similar.
IMO some kind of identifying mark or tattoo is needed to be sure, otherwise you can just about be certain the sighting isn't going to be the person.
Something new on JR's blog:
Hmmmm, what to make of that?
Also, still no word about what was found in the horse grave yard that Scoops was looking into?
When I originally talked to Jeff Strelzin (Assistant AG), he told me they were expecting to have a release on their findings within the matter of weeks.
But I could tell by his pause in his voice, that I had caught him off-guard, so he may have just been feeding me a line to get me to not press him any further and just go away.
Maura Murray is one of the most haunting cases I can remember...I can't help but wonder if she got picked up by our LISK killer....something about girls alone and in peril and maybe someone out there looking for them.
maybe she got hit by a car, but you think a shoe or something would show up.
she wasn't a humiliated run away daughter...I don't believe it.
yeah it is possible that her remains could be there along one of the routes she walked in...but that said...how many options could she have had in that weather for a walk to destination?
wouldn't you try to walk towards a lit area with commerce?
wasn't there a gas station up aways?
A big semi could send her flying into the trees...but I still think they would have found her by now...unless they are wrong about her even being there to begin with.
now that will give you something crazy to think about...
what if she was not driving that car?
let me just explain...
What if the guy who says he encountered her, actually didn't?
What if something happened to Maura before the car was left there...
we just have this one person who claims to have seen her after the accident right?
sorry, I haven't been looking at this case in sometime...you are right ...i remember now.
did we ever get details on the hysterical phone call with the sister?
am I remembering correctly that she would not elaborate.
what does Maura's sister think happened?
wasn"t there a boyfriend issue? why would she withold? Did Maura have any weapons?
was she suicidal?
such a cold dark night...what a terrible place to be drunk and in a crash... a simple head injury could have sent her into the woods or away from help....she may have walked off to pee and died.
they need to look every place they have not searched...opposite of where they looked before...
are there any other missing women in that area or on that route?
I appreciate the refresh.
I fee this is what happened when JR asked his questions about the search warrant (see a few posts above) - it isn't really that case is that open, it just that LE is doing their version of being lawyer'ed up...
I think she had either accepted a ride from someone bad, she got hit by a car, or she succumbed to the elements. I don't think it was complicated. It is extremely wooded where she disappeared and since she was a champion runner, she could have got far. If there was foul play involved, she could be anywhere in the forest, water or even on private property.