NH NH - Maura Murray, 21, Haverhill, 9 Feb 2004 - # 6

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    http://www.wickedlocal.com/hanson/ne...to-solve-cases

    BROCKTON - Families and investigators searching for clues in missing persons cases are turning to online social networking sites, hoping to tap potential witnesses throughout the country and world.
    “It has become the first line of defense for some families,” said Helena Murray, aunt of Maura Murray, the Hanson college student who went missing in Woodsville, N.H., five years ago.
    “It is one way to get the person’s name and picture out there to as many people as you can,” she said.
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    http://www.wickedlocal.com/hanson/ne...to-solve-cases

    BROCKTON - Families and investigators searching for clues in missing persons cases are turning to online social networking sites, hoping to tap potential witnesses throughout the country and world.
    “It has become the first line of defense for some families,” said Helena Murray, aunt of Maura Murray, the Hanson college student who went missing in Woodsville, N.H., five years ago.
    “It is one way to get the person’s name and picture out there to as many people as you can,” she said.
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    True Crime Diary just did a write up about Maura. She compared Maura's disappearence to Leah Roberts. I had never connected the two cases together as the girls were on opposite sides of the country. It is an interested read anyway.

    http://www.truecrimediary.com/index.cfm?page=cases&id=110
     
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    Bumping for Maura...........

    December 10, 2009, she has been missing 5 years, 10 months, 1 day

    Prayers for Maura and all who love her.
     
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    Bumping for Maura...........

    December 10, 2009, she has been missing 5 years, 10 months, 1 day

    Prayers for Maura and all who love her.
     
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    Peabody, thanks for the bump. Let's hope for a resolution to Maura's case as we turn to a new year, but before we hit 6 years. And Gaia, thanks for the post. It is an interesting comparison.
     
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    Dec 11, 2009 11:13 pm US/Eastern

    http://wbztv.com/local/cold.case.maura.2.1365538.html


    MISSING UMASS STUDENT LISTED ON NH COLD CASE SITE

    A Cold Case Unit, newly created by the New Hampshire Department of Justice, now lists the name of a college student from the South Shore on on its

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    "Based on what I know, I believe Maura was killed," says Helena Murray of Weymouth, who is married to a cousin of Maura. Helena has been trying for nearly six years to find out what happened to the Hanson woman whose car was involved in minor accident on Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire. When police arrived on scene, Maura was gone.

    "Somebody knows something. Whether Maura's alive and got a ride or whether Maura is dead, somebody knows something," says Helena who wrote Governor John Lynch in 2005 asking Maura's name to be listed along with other cases that had gone cold.

    "The state of New Hampshire needed to list these cases," she says. Finally, it has created a Cold Case Unit and has included Maura's name on its Web site. "I was very pleased to see her name on the list," says Helena who maintains a web site called Maura is Missing. She says some of Maura's friends have been cold-called by a man and woman who've visited the site and are interested in the case which makes her uncomfortable.

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    Dec 11, 2009 11:13 pm US/Eastern

    http://wbztv.com/local/cold.case.maura.2.1365538.html


    MISSING UMASS STUDENT LISTED ON NH COLD CASE SITE

    A Cold Case Unit, newly created by the New Hampshire Department of Justice, now lists the name of a college student from the South Shore on on its

    <SNIP>

    "Based on what I know, I believe Maura was killed," says Helena Murray of Weymouth, who is married to a cousin of Maura. Helena has been trying for nearly six years to find out what happened to the Hanson woman whose car was involved in minor accident on Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire. When police arrived on scene, Maura was gone.

    "Somebody knows something. Whether Maura's alive and got a ride or whether Maura is dead, somebody knows something," says Helena who wrote Governor John Lynch in 2005 asking Maura's name to be listed along with other cases that had gone cold.

    "The state of New Hampshire needed to list these cases," she says. Finally, it has created a Cold Case Unit and has included Maura's name on its Web site. "I was very pleased to see her name on the list," says Helena who maintains a web site called Maura is Missing. She says some of Maura's friends have been cold-called by a man and woman who've visited the site and are interested in the case which makes her uncomfortable.
     
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    Dec 11, 2009 11:13 pm US/Eastern

    http://wbztv.com/local/cold.case.maura.2.1365538.html


    MISSING UMASS STUDENT LISTED ON NH COLD CASE SITE

    A Cold Case Unit, newly created by the New Hampshire Department of Justice, now lists the name of a college student from the South Shore on on its

    <SNIP>

    "Based on what I know, I believe Maura was killed," says Helena Murray of Weymouth, who is married to a cousin of Maura. Helena has been trying for nearly six years to find out what happened to the Hanson woman whose car was involved in minor accident on Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire. When police arrived on scene, Maura was gone.

    "Somebody knows something. Whether Maura's alive and got a ride or whether Maura is dead, somebody knows something," says Helena who wrote Governor John Lynch in 2005 asking Maura's name to be listed along with other cases that had gone cold.

    "The state of New Hampshire needed to list these cases," she says. Finally, it has created a Cold Case Unit and has included Maura's name on its Web site. "I was very pleased to see her name on the list," says Helena who maintains a web site called Maura is Missing. She says some of Maura's friends have been cold-called by a man and woman who've visited the site and are interested in the case which makes her uncomfortable.
     
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    I wonder why MM said she was taking a leave of absence because of a death in her family, when it wasn't so? This is what I can't get past. I think there is a fair possibility that she staged her own disappearance. But why?
     
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    I've always wondered the samething. Why leave on that night? I really think that there had to be something else going on in her life at the time. I really hope at some point her family gets the answers that they are looking for.
     
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    "Disappeared" --- all new Series on the ID channel (Investigation discovery) --- features a special on Maura Murray in January 2010.

    I will keep everyone posted.
     
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    PrayersForMaura Help Find Maura Murray

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    "Disappeared" --- all new Series on the ID channel (Investigation discovery) --- features a special on Maura Murray in January 2010.

    I will keep everyone posted.
     
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    PrayersForMaura Help Find Maura Murray

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    "Disappeared" --- all new Series on the ID channel (Investigation discovery) --- features a special on Maura Murray in January 2010.

    I will keep everyone posted.
     
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    http://www.nashobapublishing.com/townsend_news/ci_14069502
    Bad reputation ends supposed search....


    <snip>
    Missing Persons' Web site, www.mpsiu.com, boasts that it has "cold case specialists" -- essentially subcontractors -- but Reinhart admits his background is in "sales and business development." He is not a licensed private investigator. His specialty is determining human behavior.
    Reinhart, who lives in Newton, said Missing Persons is run from a "virtual office" in Washington, D.C.
    Reinhart said Missing Persons was formed three months ago, and after preliminary investigations chose to focus on Quimby and missing University of Massachusetts Amherst student Maura Murray. The company Web site now lists seven "investigations," including the 1982 missing-person case of 17-year-old Judith Ann Chartier, of Chelmsford.

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    FYI: When I saw this story online, my first action was to contact the Murray Family. I learned from them that they have NEVER been contacted by Reinhart, they have never contacted him, nor do they know him. I also learned that in their efforts to learhttp://www.nashobapublishing.com/townsend_news/ci_14069502

    Bad reputation ends supposed search....


    <snip>
    Missing Persons' Web site, www.mpsiu.com, boasts that it has "cold case specialists" -- essentially subcontractors -- but Reinhart admits his background is in "sales and business development." He is not a licensed private investigator. His specialty is determining human behavior.
    Reinhart, who lives in Newton, said Missing Persons is run from a "virtual office" in Washington, D.C.
    Reinhart said Missing Persons was formed three months ago, and after preliminary investigations chose to focus on Quimby and missing University of Massachusetts Amherst student Maura Murray. The company Web site now lists seven "investigations," including the 1982 missing-person case of 17-year-old Judith Ann Chartier, of Chelmsford.

    <snip>


    FYI: When I saw this story online, my first action was to contact the Murray Family. I learned from them that they have NEVER been contacted by Reinhart, they have never contacted him, nor do they know him. I also learned that in their efforts to learn more about the story, the link to his business http://www.mpsiu.com has been taken down.



    Just my opinion, but it seems there is ANOTHER scammer out there attempting to take advantage of Missing Person's Families. What a shame!

    If this person is not a scammer, he needs to do the right thing by these families!!

    n more about the story, the link to his business http://www.mpsiu.com has been taken down.



    Just my opinion, but it seems there is ANOTHER scammer out there attempting to take advantage of Missing Person's Families. What a shame!

    If this person is not a scammer, he needs to do the right thing by these families!!
     
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    http://www.nashobapublishing.com/townsend_news/ci_14069502
    Bad reputation ends supposed search....


    <snip>
    Missing Persons' Web site, www.mpsiu.com, boasts that it has "cold case specialists" -- essentially subcontractors -- but Reinhart admits his background is in "sales and business development." He is not a licensed private investigator. His specialty is determining human behavior.
    Reinhart, who lives in Newton, said Missing Persons is run from a "virtual office" in Washington, D.C.
    Reinhart said Missing Persons was formed three months ago, and after preliminary investigations chose to focus on Quimby and missing University of Massachusetts Amherst student Maura Murray. The company Web site now lists seven "investigations," including the 1982 missing-person case of 17-year-old Judith Ann Chartier, of Chelmsford.

    <snip>


    FYI: When I saw this story online, my first action was to contact the Murray Family. I learned from them that they have NEVER been contacted by Reinhart, they have never contacted him, nor do they know him. I also learned that in their efforts to learn more about the story, the link to his business http://www.mpsiu.com has been taken down.



    Just my opinion, but it seems there is ANOTHER scammer out there attempting to take advantage of Missing Person's Families. What a shame!

    If this person is not a scammer, he needs to do the right thing by these families!!
     
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    http://www.nashobapublishing.com/townsend_news/ci_14069502
    Bad reputation ends supposed search....


    <snip>
    Missing Persons' Web site, www.mpsiu.com, boasts that it has "cold case specialists" -- essentially subcontractors -- but Reinhart admits his background is in "sales and business development." He is not a licensed private investigator. His specialty is determining human behavior.
    Reinhart, who lives in Newton, said Missing Persons is run from a "virtual office" in Washington, D.C.
    Reinhart said Missing Persons was formed three months ago, and after preliminary investigations chose to focus on Quimby and missing University of Massachusetts Amherst student Maura Murray. The company Web site now lists seven "investigations," including the 1982 missing-person case of 17-year-old Judith Ann Chartier, of Chelmsford.

    <snip>


    FYI: When I saw this story online, my first action was to contact the Murray Family. I learned from them that they have NEVER been contacted by Reinhart, they have never contacted him, nor do they know him. I also learned that in their efforts to learn more about the story, the link to his business http://www.mpsiu.com has been taken down.



    Just my opinion, but it seems there is ANOTHER scammer out there attempting to take advantage of Missing Person's Families. What a shame!

    If this person is not a scammer, he needs to do the right thing by these families!!
     
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    The Family was Notified:

    Disappeared Sneak Peeks: Maura Murry


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    Maura Murray goes missing after her car swerves off a dark and windy road over 140 miles away from her dorm. Years later, her family refuses to give up their seach. Don't miss this episode premiere on February 8 at 10 PM e/p!

    http://investigation.discovery.com/videos/disappeared-sneak-peeks-maura-murry.html
     
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    The Family was Notified:

    Disappeared Sneak Peeks: Maura Murry


    email a friend
    share on social networks

    Maura Murray goes missing after her car swerves off a dark and windy road over 140 miles away from her dorm. Years later, her family refuses to give up their seach. Don't miss this episode premiere on February 8 at 10 PM e/p!

    http://investigation.discovery.com/videos/disappeared-sneak-peeks-maura-murry.html
     
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