While Maine is typically a very safe state, sadly, we do have our fair share of violent crimes.  And, sometimes, these crimes go unsolved, despite the efforts of our amazing law enforcement departments.

According to a post on the Maine State Police Facebook page, they are seeking help in solving the murder of a teen that happened in 1984.

Theresa Duran, who went by Terry, was 14 years old when she went missing on July 29th of 1984.  She spent the weekend at a friend's house and was supposed to be home on Sunday evening.  When she did not return home, her family filed a missing person's report.

On September 2, 1984, her body was found in woods off Wescott Road in Gorham and her death was ruled a homicide.

One person was tried for her murder, but that person was acquitted.  Reportedly, there are two other suspects in the murder.

If you have any information about the murder of Terry Duran please contact Maine State Police, Major Crimes Unit – South at 1 Game Farm Road, Gray, ME 04039 or call them at 207-624-7076.

The Abandoned Central Maine Sanatorium

In operation from about 1914 until 1970, the sickest TB patients in Maine were sent to this sanatorium in Central Maine. After the final TB patients left, it was used as a hospital for alcoholics and as a nursing home. Its final chapter ended in 2001. Check out a video of the exploration of the building HERE

10 Maine Museums

Do you love learning new things? Why not visit one of Maine's incredible museums? Here are 9 very unique museums that are probably less than a two hour drive from where you are now. Please Note: Some of these museums may still have limited hours or COVID-19 restrictions. So, please call ahead (check their website) and be prepared.

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