On Saturday, March 26, 2022, 10th-grade English teacher Meghan Marohn drove from her hometown of Latham, New York to Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The 42-year-old poet checked into the Red Lion Inn.
According to News Nation Now, the last time anyone heard from Meghan was later that evening when she called her brother, Peter and told him she was reading a book and enjoying a bowl of soup in her room. She was reported missing on March 29th.
According to Patch, Meghan’s black 2017 Subaru Impreza was found abandoned on Church Street in the parking lot of Janet Longcope, a 46-acre park in South Lee, and witnesses told the police that it had been there for two days.
Meghan’s phone last pinged on Sunday, March 27th at approximately 3 pm. Curiously, authorities determined that she did not get on the hiking trail. According to Berkshire Eagle, Meghan crossed the street and walked in the opposite direction toward a rural residential area where the signal eventually cut off.
Loved ones claim that Meghan wanted to get away because she was upset about undisclosed personal issues but that it wasn’t unlike her to take spontaneous trips alone since she is an avid hiker who loves nature.
Meghan Marohn is 5'6" and 120 lbs with red hair and green eyes. If you have any information regarding her disappearance, contact Lee police at 413-243-5530 or a 24-Hour Tip Hotline run by her family at (413) 327–6255.
A $50,000 reward is available for any information leading to Meghan's whereabouts.