Do you love obsessing over cold cases? Do you spend countless hours debating your theories behind unsolved mysteries? Now there's a place you can put on your amateur detective hat for real. Oxygen is partnering with the CrimeCon Cold Case Club to give fans like you the opportunity to work alongside our experts and investigators in uncovering new leads and theories to help solve real-life cases.
The first case follows the mysterious disappearance of nursing student Maura Murray. On February 9, 2004, Murray disappeared without a trace. The 21-year-old nursing student emptied her bank account and emailed her professors at University of Massachusetts and her employer requesting time off after death in her family. The death never occurred. That night, she crashed her car into a tree along a highway in New Hampshire. Witnesses called the police but by the time they showed up, the young woman was gone.
What happened to Maura Murray? Did she run away? Was she kidnapped? Murdered? Was it a suicide?
There were indications that she was running away but her father believes someone actually took his daughter. She has not been seen or heard from since.
The Disappearance of Maura Murray, a new docu-seriers that premieres on Saturday, September 23 at 8:15pm ET, follows this strange case and Tim and Lance, the amateur sleuths who are set on solving it.
Learn more about the disapperance of Maura Murray. Think you have what it takes to crack the case? Be a part of the investigation by signing up for the CrimeCon Cold Case Club. Join fellow true-crime obsessed armchair detectives and put together your collective brainpower along with experts in reviewing evidence and theories about this case. Each week club members will watch an episode of the series on Oxygen and then dig deeper to discuss leads.
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