Hi everyone here on the Maura Murray message board its Jaxie. Welp, we know tonight the Maura Murray show has its first episode. And I am worried. Here is what I wrote in my notes--
I have no faith in the Oxygen series The Disappearance of Maura Murray. I thought it would be good because reputable people like Lance and Tim from Missing Maura Murray podcast are involved and they are usually very thorough. James Renner who writes the Maura Murray blog also participated. But the trailers are already getting things plain as day wrong. Look at Oxygen's website FGS! They said Maura Murray was at work as a security guard and got an upsetting phone call at 1am. They are wrong by an hour. Her phone records are public and the call happened just after midnight. Why would they mess up on a fact as easy as that? All you have to do is look at the records. Its one of the only things that is known for sure, the call time. For years people have said it was mauras sister that made her upset but the midnight phone call was to Bill Rausch the boyfriend. Do you think it was her sister that made her upset? She talked to her sister after ten pm and wasnt crying until she got off the phone with Billy. But why did she tell her supervisor at Umass security Karen Mayotte that it was her sister?
Hello! What did you think of the show? We were able to watch it together which was lovely! Jaxie; what does F-G-S mean?? I looked at the network's website and found what you are talking about. It is under 'Blog Posts'. Remember, it's highly unlikely that anyone involved in the show wrote that. It was probably someone who does social media & content for Oxygen who was just reading through notes. But I agree, it should be fixed. I was very happy with the first episode, and think they did a fabulous job. Fred broke my heart. Let's get this man some answers. I loved Maggie. She is a much needed female advocate, and think she has the perfect personality and intelligence combo to get things done. Great to see Lance, Tim, and James. I hope they will explore all avenues to the best of their abilities. I have great faith that the team they have assembled will (and already is) treating this the way it should be ((an unsolved missing woman who has family who want nothing more than to find her)) and not an entertainment factor. I caught Natalee Holloway's show after Maura's. That broke my heart as well. He has been lead in so many directions. You can see the pain in his eyes, and he just seems exhausted. But like Fred, he will never give up. Those are two, strong men fighting for their daughter's. Please Lord, give these families some answers. Let new tips come through that lead in the correct path.