On February 9, 2004, Maura Murray, a 22-year-old nursing scholar on the College of Massachusetts Amherst, disappeared with no hint. In line with investigators, Murray emailed her professors saying she had a household emergency and could be gone for per week. Nonetheless, there was no household emergency and her automotive was packed like she was headed for trip.
Murray was final seen after crashing her automotive on Route 112 in Haverhill, New Hampshire.
Within the 11 years since her disappearance, there was no proof of her destiny or whereabouts. In line with police, Murray remains to be thought-about a lacking individual. Nonetheless, her household maintains that she was kidnapped and probably murdered.
However in 2012, there was a wierd twist within the case…
A video was uploaded to YouTube on the anniversary of Murray’s disappearance of a person laughing hysterically on the digital camera. The username was “112dirtbag.” Now which may not look like a lot till you be taught that Murray’s father has routinely mentioned his daughter was in all probability kidnapped by “some dirtbag on Route 112.”
The video was on-line for just some hours earlier than it was deleted by the person. Fortunately, somebody was in a position to save a replica.
The username led investigators to imagine that this man could be Murray’s killer. Nonetheless, after interviewing him, they may not join him to Murray’s case.
I can’t even think about what that individual was pondering when he determined to submit that video. Whereas Murray remains to be lacking, you’ll be able to comply with the journey of investigative journalist James Renner here as he tries to unravel her disappearance.