Marlene McGuire was only 15 years old when she was killed in Clinton, Maine. She left a typical runaway note when she left home with her dog, a case, and her 22 caliber rifle on an August day. Three weeks later she was found in woods that had been previously searched. There were no bullet holes in her body; however, the townspeople assumed she shot herself. The autopsy report stated differently. There were no holes in her body from a gun shot. In fact, the report listed her death as cause unknown. The medical examiner submitted the report and the case was kept open for years. One lone police officer continued to investigate to no avail. Her death was not discussed any further. She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Clinton. Life went on around her grave. The years passed and her killer lived his life out. He went to his grave without being caught. This is Marlene's story from the people who knew her, including her murderer.
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