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Guy Paradee Interview Notes of Marrottes
« on: December 13, 2019, 03:24:28 pm »




Date of Report: January 29, 2006

Report Prepared By: E. Guy Paradee


The following interviews were conducted relative to my investigation into the disappearance of Maura Murray. My investigation is being conducted under the guidance of the Molly Bish Foundation and Maura Murray Task Force.

John Marrotte

Virginia Marrotte

43 Wild Ammonoosuc Road

Haverhill, New Hampshire

Telephone: (603) 747-2387

John Marrotte was interviewed via telephone, relative to certain events concerning Maura Murray that occurred on February 9, 2004. His wife Virginia listened to some of the interview and stated she was in agreement with what her husband was telling me.

Marrotte stated that sometime between 1900hrs and 2000hrs on February 9, 2004, he went to the kitchen sink inside of his residence to get a glass of water. As soon as he got to the sink, he observed a car with its trouble lights (four way flashers) on. The vehicle was on Route 112, now known as Wild Ammonoosuc Road, with the front end facing toward Lincoln, New Hampshire. Marrotte said the car was approximately 250 feet away and at "somewhat" of an angle from his residence. Marrotte also said he had to look through several trees to see the car as well. He described the lighting conditions around the car as "poor" with the only area ambient light coming from a barn at the Westman's property across the street from the car.

Marrotte related he could see a person walking around the vehicle, but he could only describe them as a "shadowy" figure at best. He could not provide any further details of this person. He further stated that the car was off the road with the driver's side of the vehicle "on the woods side" with the passenger side along the roadway. He believed the car had been involved in an accident by hitting a tree and then backing up to the same tree. The vehicle then was positioned adjacent and parallel to the roadway. Marrotte noted that he did not hear or see the accident, but obtained this information from either the police or the "rumor mill."

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