Missing Maura Murray Investigative, Missing Persons

Hosted By: Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna

Missing Maura Murray is a true crime podcast about the mysterious disappearance of 21 year old Maura Murray, in 2004.

At approximately 7:30pm her car was involved in a single car, non life threatening accident at a hairpin turn on the dark and desolate Route 112. The few witnesses who spoke with police said she denied their assistance. She was gone without a trace before the police showed up approximately ten minutes later. She has never been seen or heard from since.

Join Tim and Lance as they continue to search for answers on this mystery by diving deep into Maura’s life, the region in which she went missing and the online world of citizen detectives.

Listener Review Trends (from iTunes):

Most FavorableThe hosts continued commitment to keeping the case alive, exploring new tips and sharing it with the listeners so they can bring awareness and hopefully a conclusion as well.

Most Critical: Too much speculation and chatter between the hosts makes it difficult to follow along.

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Reviews (2)

2.7 out of 5.0
Content 1.5
Audio 4.5
Host(s) 2.0
  • Tippy
    November 10, 2021 at 5:39 pm

    I started this podcast because I am from the New England area and have followed this case from day one. I was looking forward to an in-depth analysis of the facts/interviews/theories and while I would rate the podcast “okay” there are some factors that make me comment out loud while listening and walking the dogs.

    1. The wishy-washiness of the hosts. C’mon guys…you’re not on a first date. You don’t have to agree completely with each other. You both can have separate opinions. Really.

    2. The whole psychic episode was laughable. Truly. You fed the psychic so much information she did nothing but repeat back to you what you said three minutes ago. And I know she’s a “terrific psychic” because your aunt went to her and stormed out of there after she said something your aunt didn’t like. My guess is that your aunt told her something three minutes earlier – the psychic said it again and she thought it was originally from the psychic. Bad call.

    3. This whole John Smith person. He was lamenting that four of the calls were not recorded by police on the log. If he is such a hot shot PI that he claims to be – wouldn’t he be able to get the information like your “investigator” found? Methinks John Smith really enjoyed the limelight at the 12th gathering. His rambling speech was smug and you could see from his face that he was soaking it all in. Oh, and on a side note….his “soooo’s, his aaaannnnd’s and the numerous times he uses “like” are annoying. I also find it annoying how you two suck up to him. He’s not that great and in fact, confuses many issues.

    4. Tim and Lance can get boring with the tiniest of nonsensical details. The whole pickle/snack/weight loss woman’s issue was maddening. Stick with your original premise. Please.

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  • cathie joy young
    July 4, 2019 at 4:34 pm

    Ugh. Rabbit hole after rabbit hole. Meanders in all directions and goes nowhere and milks every meaningless detail to fill time. Hosts claim they started the podcast as a prelude to a documentary they were making which never materialized. And they badmouth some folks involved with the case. Bad form.

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