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84: The Disappearance of Maura Murray Part 1

84: The Disappearance of Maura Murray Part 1

Update: 2019-05-078
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This episode covers episodes 1 - 3 of the Oxygen series.



It's the most famous--and most obsessed over--missing person's case of our time: 



On February 9, 2004, Maura Murray, a promising young nursing student, left her college dorm, emptied her bank account, and drove to a remote New Hampshire town where she didn't know a soul. Just after 7pm, her car crashed into a tree. A witness spoke to her, offering help, which she refused. And then she vanished into thin air. Nobody has seen or heard from her since.  Everybody has a theory: The family knows more than they're saying, the police botched the case and are covering it up, Maura fled her life and started over in Canada. This documentary series attempts to solve the mystery. 



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Comments (3)

Michelle Connelly Lovitte

absolute disgrace with your laughing.

Jul 2nd
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Krystle Boyd

I like the show, I haven't listened in awhile though, not for any reason. But I want to give you some unsolicited constructive criticism. The constant extreme laughing, to me, feels very disrespectful and uncomfortable. I am all for making comments to lighten to the mood, as these topics are very heavy, but it's too much. I believe you have good intentions, maybe find a better balance between telling the story and yelling and laughing. I thought maybe it was just one episode, but I went through a few of your recent ones and they all seem to be like this.

Jun 4th
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Monica Gomez

Krystle Boyd I 100% agree. I don't know what to think or how to take this show. Is is comedic relief? I found it excessive as well and uncalled for in some areas. I was initially thinking ok a comedic relief I get it but the cackling wow. It's frankly turning me away.

Jun 19th
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84: The Disappearance of Maura Murray Part 1

84: The Disappearance of Maura Murray Part 1

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