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    Meghan A. Marohn (42) missing from Lee, MA area since 3/26/2022

    https://www.wwlp.com/news/local-news...-women-in-lee/

    Massachusetts State Police and the Lee Police Department are asking for the public?s help in finding a missing New York woman whose vehicle was found in town this week.

    Massachusetts State Police Spokesperson David Procopio says 42-year-old Meghan A. Marohn of New York has been missing since Sunday. Marohn is described as 5?6″ tall and weighs 120 pounds with red hair and green eyes.

    Her vehicle, a black 2017 Subaru Impreza, was found on Church Street at Longscope Park in Lee. Officers from Lee, State Police Special Emergency Response Team, State Police K-9, and Air Wing Units assisted in searching for Marohn on Tuesday in the heavily wooded hiking area. The search ended around 10:00 p.m. Tuesday night and police have returned to the area Wednesday to continue the search.

    Massachusetts State Police continued their search Wednesday and it concluded without locating Ms. Marohn. There is no further search of the Longcope Park area planned at this time.
    https://www.timesunion.com/news/arti...n-17046785.php

    A Shaker High School English teacher is missing and searchers are concentrating on an area in western Massachusetts.

    Meghan A. Marohn, 42 of Delmar, has not been seen since March 26, when she traveled to Stockbridge, Mass., according to the town of Bethlehem police. Her vehicle was located unattended at Long Cope Park Hiking Trails, police said.

    Superintendent D. Joseph Corr, in a message to school district families, said Marohn "is a valued member of the North Colonie School community. This is a difficult and traumatic event, and our thoughts are with her family and friends."

    According to the Berkshire Eagle, a police helicopter and K-9 unit were deployed to help in the search of about 40 acres of the park.

    Anyone with information regarding the case is asked to contact Bethlehem Police at 518-439-9973.

    According to Corr, people with with information can also call the Lee Police Department at 413-243-5530.

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    https://www.boston.com/news/local-ne...meghan-marohn/

    Search for missing NY woman whose car was found in western Mass. continues

    The search for 42-year-old teacher Meghan Marohn, of Delmar, New York, is ongoing in western Massachusetts, Massachusetts State Police said Wednesday.

    The search for Marohn began March 27 when her black 2017 Subaru Impreza was found parked on Church Street at Longcope Park, a heavily wooded hiking area in Lee, Massachusetts, police said.

    Police said that despite intensive searches of Longcope Park and other areas of interest in Lee by state troopers, local police officers and firefighters, and a civilian search and rescue team, Marohn has not been found.

    Marohn is described as being 5’6″, 120 lbs., with red hair and green eyes.

    Anyone who thinks they may have seen Marohn or has information about her whereabouts can call State Police detectives at 413-499-1112, or Lee Police at 413-243-5530.

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    https://findmeghanmarohn.com/

    https://www.gofundme.com/f/findmegha...ource=customer

    https://www.timesunion.com/news/arti...s-17130080.php

    The North Colonie school superintendent sent an internal letter to teachers and staff Wednesday addressing speculation that Shaker High School teacher Meghan Marohn was experiencing problems at work before her disappearance.

    It's unclear what the 42-year-old teacher's employment status was when she vanished in western Massachusetts a month ago.

    In an interview Monday with WGGB-TV in Massachusetts, Marohn's brother Peter Naple said the workplace issues had caused her "a lot of heartache."

    "I don't know the full story … the school gave her paid leave until the end of the school year," Naple told the station.

    A spokeswoman for the district said Marohn was considering taking a leave of absence for "personal reasons" shortly before she disappeared.

    School officials on Wednesday sent a letter to teachers and staff referencing Naple's TV interview, and assuring them that the administration had been supporting Marohn.

    "While there are things that I cannot share regarding a personnel matter, I ask for you [sic] trust to know that we were working to support Meghan," Superintendent D. Joseph Corr wrote in the letter, obtained by the Times Union. "I want to be clear that Meghan remains a valued member of this school community and we continue to keep her in our thoughts as we hope for her safe return."

    Naple has created a GoFundMe to raise funds to hire a private investigator to help find his sister. Previously he offered a $50,000 reward for information that leads to the safe return of the missing teacher.

    Marohn went missing on a hiking trip she took during the last weekend in March. She drove to Massachusetts on Saturday, March 26, and checked into the Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, where she stayed overnight. She spoke to her brother at around 9 p.m. He told the Times Union in an earlier interview she had sounded fine.

    “She was enjoying the fact that she spoke with a good friend of hers earlier, she was enjoying being in bed at the hotel having a bowl of soup and reading her book,” the Northville man said earlier this month. “I texted her back that I’ll talk to you tomorrow.”

    Her unlocked car — a black 2017 Subaru Impreza — was located at Longcope Park in Lee, Mass. Police and volunteers spent days fruitlessly searching the 46-acre park.

    On GoFundMe, Naple wrote, "numerous search efforts by officials as well as myself and volunteers have turned up nothing. Absolutely nothing."

    Naple told outlets that cellphone data suggests she may not have entered the park but walked across the street into a nearby residential area instead. Another detail was that hiking boots were found in her car.

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    Sounds like suicide


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
    Sounds like suicide
    I agree.

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    https://findmeghanmarohn.com/

    https://scheerpost.com/2022/07/01/th...meghan-marohn/

    There is a national epidemic of missing girls and women. This is the story of a friend who has become one of these grim statistics.

    A few days before Meghan Marohn, a 42-year-old English teacher at Shaker High School in Latham, New York, disappeared, she confided to friends that she had gone into hiding to escape from a man who had “brutally harassed and intimidated me because I wouldn’t sleep with him.” She said she was too afraid to stay at home, especially when she saw him drive by her house. She was granted a leave from teaching and camped out at The Red Lion Inn in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. She was last seen on March 27. It was cold, snowy, and windy.

    Her black Subaru was found at a trailhead on Church Street in South Lee at the 46-acre Janet Longcope Park about two miles from the inn. Her car was unlocked. The car keys, the hotel key, her daily diary, her good luck stuffed animal Bun, her computer, her wallet, the book she was reading, The Willoughbys by Lois Lowry, and cell phone were missing. The last ping from her cell phone did not come from the loop trail in the park, but in a rural residential area across the road. Police combed the park and surrounding area. Nothing. It has been nearly fourteen weeks.

    Was Meghan murdered? Was she abducted and taken somewhere? Did she go underground? Did she walk into the nearby Housatonic River with stones in her pockets to drown herself the way Virginia Woolf, whom she idolized and who was a victim of sexual abuse, did on March 28, 1941, in the River Ouse? Meghan, a poet and gifted writer, was a voracious reader. She would have been aware of the date of Woolf’s suicide which so eerily coincides with her disappearance. But, being a writer, as well as deeply empathetic, it is doubtful she would have killed herself without leaving a note.

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    The Virginia Woolf connection is interesting, especially given the date.

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