Maura was apparently fastidious about her dental care YET all her toiletries, running gear, expensive jewelry and AAA auto club car were all left in the car suggesting that she wasn't planning to be away from the vehicle for long, certainly not overnight. If she refused help from the school bus driver, she might have accepted help from someone who appeared to be trustworthy and non-threatening. Perhaps someone posing as a tow operator, military personnel or an individual with some sort of credentials? Possibly that person offered to drive her back into town (Woodsville) and someone saw her get into a private vehicle. Or she was abducted by one or more individuals at her crash site. On a quiet Monday night a pretty coed with MA plates may have appeared as easy prey to a predator(s). She could have easily been stalked from I-91. On the night of her disappearance (February 9, 2004) the road/area east of Bradley Hill Road was not searched which might indicate that LE thought or even KNEW that Maura might be travelling back into Woodsville or up Route 302 towards Lisbon or Littleton. They clearly did not believe at that time that she might have been continuing southeast along Route 112 toward North Woodstock and Lincoln. With the credible witness sighting of the lurking Red Truck that evening, I personally can only surmise that Maura was cajoled by someone into getting into their vehicle and foul play was involved.