The Disappearance of Maura Murray, Season 1

The Disappearance of Maura Murray, Season 1

The Disappearance of Maura Murray

  • Genre: Reality TV
  • Release Date: 2017-09-23
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 6
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 12.99


When bright, young nursing student Maura Murray vanished on February 9, 2004, witnesses heard what they thought was a car crash and then saw Maura outside her vehicle on the side of the road but, moments later, when police arrived on scene, she was gone. Her disappearance has fueled a legion of online armchair detectives, causing an endless procession of blogs, books, websites and podcasts. "The Disappearance of Maura Murray" follows investigative journalist Maggie Freleng as she attempts to unravel a rabbit hole of unexplored leads, eyewitness discrepancies, missing evidence and questionable actions.


Title Time Price
1 Everyone Has a Theory 44:05 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 A Reason to Run 44:04 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 After the Crash 44:04 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Code of Silence 44:04 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Something Bad Happened 44:04 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Summit 44:04 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes



  • Shockingly Bad, Grade-school Level

    By Jwporetenus
    The alleged "investigative journalist" heading up this grade-school play has nice hair. It's always carefully styled. That's about it. She is a classic Gen-X girl, skimming the surface of things while truly believing that she's totally breaking ground that no other investigator ever has or ever could. Delusional. Our Nancy Drew is unbelievably naive. Example: she brags extravagantly about how she has scored interviews with cops who have heretofore refused to talk; the three (nervous and hinky) cops meet with her to give a very-obviously-rehearsed story that they have worked to get straight; and our Nancy Drew rubber stamps it. She chirps that, since all three cops tell the same story, she must conclude that no cops had anything to with the subject victim's disappearance. Oh, honey. They granted the interview with you -- an interview they would never give to a genuine grownup reporter -- because they knew that you would not only give them a stage to tell their fairy tale, but also swallow their story without question. And that's exactly what you did. If you are a grown-up, don't waste your time with this. Read James Renner's book and blog, Google the case and get the facts. If you are a little kid and want to watch another little kid play reporter, this is your show.