- Dec 15, 2017
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I think the key(s) lie here on LISK. In Kolker's book (page 210), Al tells Sara, that Maureen called him and said she got robbed for 5k by the guy with the dreads that they had met the night before. When Maureen called Missy that same night she mentioned nothing about getting robbed, perhaps it happened after the call to Missy? My ears went up when reading about Al's comment to Sara, something seems amiss there, it seems like a made up story. As for the cop from Staten Island, I wonder if he was "truly" investigated thoroughly? All speculation on my part but these things made me stop and think a little harder.per the LISK podcast
Maureen's sister Missy mentions the fact that Maureen had told her and her brother over the phone (the conversations at around 11:30pm) that she was waiting for the midnight train out of Penn. Maureen also tells Missy that she has a few other people she can call for a ride, but that she was planning on taking the next train home (aka the midnight train). Missy says that Maureen's phone records and email were heavily investigated with no leads (other than the Staten Island cop who had been in contact with Maureen and later cleared by NYPD Internal Affairs). Phone records also showed that Maureen had NOT left Manhattan the night she disappeared. The phone just went dark, as Missy says. Missy then poses her own interesting theory that the killer had stalked Maureen - further showcasing the idea that electronic records are somewhat of a dead end. If true, how would the killer know Maureen was at Penn if he hadn't communicated with her somehow? Did he follow her from the Super 8? How did he know she was there? And if he did follow her, why not pick her up on the way to Penn instead of waiting to take her in a more heavily populated area? Seems weird.