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« Reply #600 on: November 14, 2009, 09:49:19 PM »


Someone found it. It was 130.00 on that site, doesn't say if new or what, but this is it on
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« Reply #601 on: November 15, 2009, 07:29:55 AM »

http://www.readthehook.com/blog/index.php/2009/11/15/concerned-witnesses-before-hitching-morgan-harrington-caused-worry/
  Concerned witnesses: Before hitching, Morgan Harrington caused worry
by Courteney Stuart
published 5:00am Sunday Nov 15, 2009
Two days after police revealed Morgan Harrington was seen hitchhiking on the night she vanished, various witnesses in and around John Paul Jones Arena on the night of the October 17 Metallica concert say a young, blond woman was causing concern before they ever heard that the 20-year-old Virginia Tech student was missing.

Among the several witnesses who reported seeing Morgan injured both inside and outside the Arena, one Metallica fan inside says she seemed “upset” when he saw her with blood on her chin but declined his offer to help.

Outside the Arena, another concertgoer says he was on the southeast side of the building waiting for late-arriving friends to meet him around 9pm when he heard a “commotion” at an entrance.
“It was some shouting,” says the 44-year-old man who’d traveled from Fredericksburg to Charlottesville and who asked not to be identified because of the high profile nature of the case. Moments after the shouting stopped, he says, a young woman with long blond hair and dressed all in black— including, he says, a black Pantera t-shirt like the one Morgan was reportedly wearing— approached him, put her arm out, bent, as though to walk arm in arm with him, and said, “Let’s go.”

“It seemed somewhat aggressive,” he says.

Waiting for his friends and concerned that her behavior seemed “unusual,” he says, he declined and turned to walk away. The young woman responded, he says, by cursing at him and kicking him.

“It wasn’t that hard,” he says of the kick, but it was disturbing enough that he immediately called his girlfriend who hadn’t come to the show to share the encounter.

“She told me I should call the police and report her,” he says. “Now I wish I had.” The concertgoer says he reported his encounter to police on Monday, October 18, when he learned of the disappearance.

Minutes later, another witness says, a woman resembling Morgan was walking across the street with several companions.

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« Reply #602 on: November 15, 2009, 07:34:55 AM »

http://www2.timesdispatch.com/rtd/news/local/crime/article/MISS15_20091114-221806/305776/
Social media drive interest in missing-person cases
By Mark Bowes
Published: November 15, 2009

nowBuzz up!

The disappearance of Mechanicsville teenager Theresa Marie Meadows languished in relative obscurity from the time she vanished in September 2004 -- until she was located alive last week in South Carolina.

On the flip side, the case of missing 20-year-old Virginia Tech student Morgan Dana Harrington has received intense state and national attention since she disappeared Oct. 17 after a Metallica concert in Charlottesville. A three-day search last weekend involved more than 500 volunteers.

The attention such cases generate can vary greatly, as thousands of people are reported missing every year in Virginia. They depend largely, authorities say, on the circumstances of the disappearance, a family's resources and willingness to become involved, the public's curiosity and interest by the news media, which tends to favor some cases over others.
But authorities point to another emerging factor they believe has played a significant role in the Harrington case: the public's use of social-networking media.

"Never before have you been able to get information out via Facebook pages and forums and blogs and Tweets, with the capabilities of the public to get more involved in a case by being able to post their thoughts, suggestions, opinions and insights," said Corinne Geller, public-relations manager for the state police, which is the lead investigative agency in the Harrington case.

Geller believes that interest in the Harrington case has been driven in large part by the public through social networking.

"Five years ago, people didn't have that medium to access," she said. "More people can learn about [a case] through the viral networking -- somebody sends a link, somebody sends an e-mail to five of their friends and those five send it to another five. People have so much more access to get involved in a case than say maybe [they did] three to five years ago."

Geller noted how some people responding to the Harrington case provided police with cell-phone videos of the concert she attended.

Contrary to appearances, state police have not dedicated any more investigative resources or attention to Harrington's disappearance "than we have any other case," Geller said.
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« Reply #603 on: November 15, 2009, 07:35:36 AM »

Praying for Morgan.    an angelic monkey
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« Reply #604 on: November 15, 2009, 09:48:03 AM »

Praying for Morgan.    an angelic monkey
Me too, and thanks for those updates. Now even more stories       Outside the Arena, another concertgoer says he was on the southeast side of the building waiting for late-arriving friends to meet him around 9pm when he heard a “commotion” at an entrance.
“It was some shouting,” says the 44-year-old man who’d traveled from Fredericksburg to Charlottesville and who asked not to be identified because of the high profile nature of the case. Moments after the shouting stopped, he says, a young woman with long blond hair and dressed all in black— including, he says, a black Pantera t-shirt like the one Morgan was reportedly wearing— approached him, put her arm out, bent, as though to walk arm in arm with him, and said, “Let’s go.”

“It seemed somewhat aggressive,” he says.

Waiting for his friends and concerned that her behavior seemed “unusual,” he says, he declined and turned to walk away. The young woman responded, he says, by cursing at him and kicking him.

“It wasn’t that hard,” he says of the kick, but it was disturbing enough that he immediately called his girlfriend who hadn’t come to the show to share the encounter.
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« Reply #605 on: November 15, 2009, 01:49:14 PM »

Does anyone have or remember the girl, Dee, I believe who left the concert around 9 pm.
This was the one that looked like Morgan.
I don't why she left, might have been asked to leave. Wasn't she dancing near the stage ?
I think persons are getting her mixed up with Morgan.
I wonder if she has been interviewed and asked to track / tell her movements so that her movements could be detangled from Morgan's.
Seems that lots of persons saw a blonde girl, but the girl was with other people.
Like the driver who saw a blonde girl leaving with three guys. And no worries.
Morgan couldn't have been in all these places at all these times with all of these different people.
And then on the road looking for a ride all by herself.
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There is also a rumor that there was the bank camera that caught her near the bank on Ivy Rd.
Sometimes the camera's range does extend into the street, depends on where and at what angle.

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« Reply #606 on: November 15, 2009, 01:52:37 PM »

Does anyone have or remember the girl, Dee, I believe who left the concert around 9 pm.
This was the one that looked like Morgan.
I don't why she left, might have been asked to leave. Wasn't she dancing near the stage ?
I think persons are getting her mixed up with Morgan.
I wonder if she has been interviewed and asked to track / tell her movements so that her movements could be detangled from Morgan's.
Seems that lots of persons saw a blonde girl, but the girl was with other people.
Like the driver who saw a blonde girl leaving with three guys. And no worries.
Morgan couldn't have been in all these places at all these times with all of these different people.
And then on the road looking for a ride all by herself.
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There is also a rumor that there was the bank camera that caught her near the bank on Ivy Rd.
Sometimes the camera's range does extend into the street, depends on where and at what angle.


I think Dee was escorted out, I could be wrong, I really think there is much confusion between Dee and Morgan. I did see that rumor, and again was it Morgan or Dee, or just a rumor? 
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« Reply #607 on: November 15, 2009, 03:24:42 PM »

I do remeber a bit . Dee did speak publicly. I can't remember her last name. An S ? But she did leave at around 9 pm.
Asked to or what ?
I gave up on FBook for this. Too much gossip for me. Too much way way out there. In fact, I gave up on FB ages ago for anything.
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« Reply #608 on: November 15, 2009, 04:14:58 PM »

http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=130397
Missing METALLICA Fan's Mom Questions Hitchhiking Claim - Nov. 15, 2009
WHSV.com reports: Virginia state police say Morgan Harrington may have been hitchhiking when she was last seen on the Copeley Road bridge, after leaving a METALLICA concert, but Morgan's mother says that would be extremely unusual behavior for her daughter.

In a telephone interview, Gil Harrington said she had never known of her daughter trying to catch a ride with a stranger.

Police say witnesses saw a woman fitting Harrington's description trying to get a ride.

Morgan's parents, Dan and Gil Harrington, appeared on NBC's "Today Show" Saturday morning to discuss the latest clues in the case and talk directly to the person who they think has Morgan. Watc video of their appearance below.

Morgan disappeared on October 17 during a METALLICA concert at John Paul Jones Arena. She was last seen by eyewitnesses hitchhiking on the Copeley Road Bridge about 9:30 that night.

According to NBC29.com, Gil Harrington stated, "None of this makes sense. It doesn't make sense that our daughter is missing — snatched from her life, abducted or possibly murdered."
Parents plea for return of missing daughter
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/8aT4Ojvj-Kc&amp;hl=en_US&amp;fs=1&amp;color1=0x5d1719&amp;color2=0xcd311b&amp;border=1" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/v/8aT4Ojvj-Kc&amp;hl=en_US&amp;fs=1&amp;color1=0x5d1719&amp;color2=0xcd311b&amp;border=1</a>
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« Reply #609 on: November 15, 2009, 05:40:39 PM »

I do remeber a bit . Dee did speak publicly. I can't remember her last name. An S ? But she did leave at around 9 pm.
Asked to or what ?
I gave up on FBook for this. Too much gossip for me. Too much way way out there. In fact, I gave up on FB ages ago for anything.


I think Dee was escorted out of the concert.  And I think many of these sightings have been her..and possibly other girls.  In a parking lot at night, on the bridge at night..not the best of lighting....and just how many girls were there with blonde hair, dressed in all black..I would venture hundreds.  So I think this is people remembering a girl dressed in black with long blonde hair.  I really don't see Morgan hitching, kicking strangers, etc.

I think it is time for her friends to come forward and atleast verify her mindset and character for that night.  I am sure they have to LE..but these wild stories people are coming up with now really need to be stopped.  She is the victim here.
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« Reply #610 on: November 15, 2009, 06:48:50 PM »

I agree, she is the victim.  Her friends, well, they are taking a beating on the blogs. Now, there is a posting on Blink's site about how many ppl were around everywhere that night, so just because her friends did not try to come to security or the ticket booth it's not as if they sentenced her to this. If one of the gf's would have come out, there would have been two who missed the concert. Morgan could have hung around the front entrance waiting for them. We don't know where she was going, she could have been going somewhere to sit it out inside and intended to come back when it got nearer to 11 pm.
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I also read that the b-ballplayer who was suspended for three games was having problems with his grades.
Probably going to have more problems now.
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« Reply #611 on: November 16, 2009, 06:36:42 AM »

http://www2.dailyprogress.com/cdp/news/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/article/keep_harrington_in_your_prayers/48910/
Keep Harrington in your prayers
Sheila McClung Albemarle County
Published: November 16, 2009
So much has been done to bring Morgan Harrington home. I have to intentionally avoid the news regarding stories of her disappearance as it makes my heart ache.

I am sure many of you also feel overwhelmed by this young, very young, woman’s situation. I believe Morgan is still alive. I also believe God is with her.

Although I cannot understand the “why” of it all, I continue to pray. I sometimes place a rubber band on my wrist to remind myself to focus on her missing.

I humbly ask, even beg, our close-knit community to wholeheartedly pray for Morgan to come home TODAY. A mighty miracle is what we need.

P.S., I firmly believe God reads our text messages, twitters and e-mails if that is your main form of communication.
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« Reply #612 on: November 16, 2009, 06:40:17 AM »

http://www.cavalierdaily.com/2009/11/16/police-say-harrington-hitchhiked-on-bridge

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Investigators now believe missing Virginia Tech student Morgan Dana Harrington was hitchhiking while on the Copeley Road bridge the night she disappeared after leaving a Metallica concert Oct. 17, according to a Friday press release from Virginia State Police.

After leaving the arena at about 8:30 p.m., Harrington talked to her friends on her cell phone and then walked through the parking lot of University Hall. She was also seen in the Lannigan Field athlete parking lot. At about 9:30 p.m., she was seen walking on the Copeley Road bridge near Ivy Road. “Independent witness accounts” have made the police “confident” that Harrington was hitchhiking for a ride, the press release stated.

Police have also released a photo of the type of necklace Harrington was wearing the night of her disappearance. It is a Swarovski Crystal necklace made up of large crystal chain links. Anyone with additional information about Harrington’s case is encouraged to contact Virginia State Police at (434) 352-3467. Tips can also be e-mailed to bci-appomattox@vsp.virginia.gov.
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« Reply #613 on: November 16, 2009, 06:43:53 AM »

http://www.wdbj7.com/Global/story.asp?S=11510288
Almost one month since Morgan Harrington's disappearance

We're coming up on one month now, and there's still no trace of Morgan Harrington

We're coming up on one month now, and there's still no trace of Morgan Harrington.

On October 17, the 20-year-old Virginia Tech student left a Metallica concert in Charlottesville and never returned.

Since then, state police and volunteers have spent countless hours searching for her and retracing her last-known steps.

Last week, investigators said they believed Harrington was hitchhiking the night she disappeared.

Currently there's a reward fund totaling $150,000 dollars for her safe return.
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« Reply #614 on: November 16, 2009, 10:56:05 AM »

http://liveshots.blogs.foxnews.com/2009/11/16/missing-metallica-fan-search-continues/?test=latestnews

Missing Metallica Fan Search Continues

Posted By Laura Ingle On November 16, 2009 @ 9:23 AM In Uncategorized | 2 Comments

The band Metallica played another sold out show at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday -- for the second of a two night tear for the hard rockers.

Metallica plays MSG

Fans once again lined up around the block, wearing the band's t-shirts, chanting the band's name hoping to hear their favorite song once inside.  There was a reminder of a desperate search for one of their own.  The brother of missing Morgan Harrington held a candlelight vigil outside the arena to let others know his sister is still gone, and there is a 150-thousand dollar reward out there to help find her and bring her home.

Robert Trujillo and James Hetfield

He was also there to thank the band members of Metallica for offering up 50-thousand dollars towards that reward that will hopefully spark someone to come forward with information in the case.  Lead singer James Hetfield called Morgan's father as soon as he heard about her disappearance, and offered the band's financial help, and posted the information on it's website.

350 miles away from Madison Square Garden, Morgan Harrington's family members are fielding phone calls, hoping for word that she has been found safe and alive.   It has been a long and terrifying wait for some good news, which still has not come.

Missing Metallica Fan

Morgan Harrington, is a 20 year old college students from Virginia who has been missing since October 17th.   She was last seen outside of a Metallica concert at the John Paul Jones Arena on the University of Virginia campus (UVA) in Charlottesville, Virginia.  Virginia State Police recently announced that they are working with what they believe to be an accurate timeline of events in the night, have some new eye witness accounts, and are hoping that a picture of a necklace Harrington was wearing that night will help them find her.

Morgan Harrington Necklace

It is a Swarovski Crystal necklace made up of large crystal chain links and is described as being very distinctive.  Investigators hope that by releasing this picture, it may spark the memory of someone who has seen her, and lead them to call police with information how to find her.  There are more clues coming out about the night she vanished from the Metallica concert.

The timeline investigators have been able to come up with, put Harrington outside the arena around 8:30p.m..  Her friends say that she left their group inside the arena to go to the bathroom, then somehow got locked outside and was not allowed re-entry (standard policy at concerts).  She called her friends to say that she would find a ride home, and hasn't been heard from since.  Her purse, and cell phone that was missing the battery were found the next day near the UVA athletic field, which is near where she was last spotted by another person heading into the concert.  According to published reports, she was seen with a group of four young white men heading away from the arena into an empty parking lot.   Others reportedly spotted her around 9:20p.m. hitchhiking on the Copeley Road bridge.  A newspaper delivery woman claims that she saw Harrington at 3:45am Sunday morning near a "party area" on campus, and that the young woman was wearing the exact outfit described by police that she was seen the night she vanished.  Police have not been able to confirm the sighting or any of the others that have been called in, there have been over 400.  Investigators though, need someone to call in a tip that will lead them to Harrington who was last seen wearing a black T-Shirt with the band name "Pantera" spelled out in tan letters, a black mini skirt, and knee-high black boots.  If you have any information, you are asked to call the Virginia State Police Tip Line at 434-352-3467 or email State Police at bci-appomattox@vsp.virginia.gov
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« Reply #615 on: November 16, 2009, 12:01:01 PM »

http://www.readthehook.com/blog/index.php/2009/11/15/concerned-witnesses-before-hitching-morgan-harrington-caused-worry/

From Above link, feel free to ping your hinky meter in advance.

Outside the Arena, another concertgoer says he was on the southeast side of the building waiting for late-arriving friends to meet him around 9pm when he heard a “commotion” at an entrance.

“It was some shouting,” says the 44-year-old man who’d traveled from Fredericksburg to Charlottesville and who asked not to be identified because of the high profile nature of the case. Moments after the shouting stopped, he says, a young woman with long blond hair and dressed all in black— including, he says, a black Pantera t-shirt like the one Morgan was reportedly wearing— approached him, put her arm out, bent, as though to walk arm in arm with him, and said, “Let’s go.”

“It seemed somewhat aggressive,” he says.

Waiting for his friends and concerned that her behavior seemed “unusual,” he says, he declined and turned to walk away. The young woman responded, he says, by cursing at him and kicking him.

“It wasn’t that hard,” he says of the kick, but it was disturbing enough that he immediately called his girlfriend to relate the encounter.

“She told me I should call the police and report her,” he says. “Now I wish I had.” The concertgoer says he reported the encounter to police on Monday, October 18, when he learned of the disappearance.

As far as I know, Monday was the 19th. Did this guy say he called LE on 10/18, prior to the public knowing she was missing??


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« Reply #616 on: November 16, 2009, 12:14:33 PM »

Well Blink, I have been thinking about this so called encounter, it sure doesn't seem something she may have done, but if she was under the influence of something she may. Or, this is another young woman and not Morgan. Or, he is full of sh!t, and babbling. Or he knows a whole lot more.
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« Reply #617 on: November 16, 2009, 01:03:37 PM »

http://www.readthehook.com/blog/index.php/2009/11/15/concerned-witnesses-before-hitching-morgan-harrington-caused-worry/

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Outside the Arena, another concertgoer says he was on the southeast side of the building waiting for late-arriving friends to meet him around 9pm when he heard a “commotion” at an entrance.

“It was some shouting,” says the 44-year-old man who’d traveled from Fredericksburg to Charlottesville and who asked not to be identified because of the high profile nature of the case. Moments after the shouting stopped, he says, a young woman with long blond hair and dressed all in black— including, he says, a black Pantera t-shirt like the one Morgan was reportedly wearing— approached him, put her arm out, bent, as though to walk arm in arm with him, and said, “Let’s go.”

“It seemed somewhat aggressive,” he says.

Waiting for his friends and concerned that her behavior seemed “unusual,” he says, he declined and turned to walk away. The young woman responded, he says, by cursing at him and kicking him.

“It wasn’t that hard,” he says of the kick, but it was disturbing enough that he immediately called his girlfriend to relate the encounter.

“She told me I should call the police and report her,” he says. “Now I wish I had.” The concertgoer says he reported the encounter to police on Monday, October 18, when he learned of the disappearance.

As far as I know, Monday was the 19th. Did this guy say he called LE on 10/18, prior to the public knowing she was missing??


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BS arrow is on high side           44 yr old goes to concert (without girlfriend)   isn't inside the concert , why not?  Why go all the way there and be hanging out in the parking lot
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« Reply #618 on: November 16, 2009, 01:32:52 PM »

This is the 3rd reference to a "Man" having Morgan, or being responsible for her disappearance by Gil Harrington.

She has a suspect in mind, it appears..

A direct plea came 20-year-old Morgan Harrington’s mother, Gil Harrington. She stated, “You can be remembered as a hero of a terrible situation. Things have gotten out of hand and you can be the one that is remembered as the man who saved Morgan Harrington.”

..from the Today Show Appearance
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« Reply #619 on: November 16, 2009, 01:42:49 PM »

This is the 3rd reference to a "Man" having Morgan, or being responsible for her disappearance by Gil Harrington.

She has a suspect in mind, it appears..

A direct plea came 20-year-old Morgan Harrington’s mother, Gil Harrington. She stated, “You can be remembered as a hero of a terrible situation. Things have gotten out of hand and you can be the one that is remembered as the man who saved Morgan Harrington.”

..from the Today Show Appearance
Interesting....
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