March 2, 2010
The mysterious 1957 disappearance of attorney Maud Crawford, a former associate of U.S. Senator John L. McClellan, was believed by many to be linked to the senator’s investigation of organized crime. However, it is more likely that she met her demise due to her discovery of local fraudulent land deeds. The case of her disappearance has never been solved, and she was declared dead due to foul play in 1969. Shown here is a reward poster seeking assistance in her recovery.