Shaker Teacher 1 of 5 reportedly missing in the Berkshires

I can’t begin to imagine the kind of nightmare Meghan Marohn’s friends and family have had since Professor Shaker High School went missing on March 27 in Lee, MA.

Massachusetts State Police led search parties in the Berkshires and, frustratingly, found few leads, except for the discovery of Marohn’s parked car left near Longcope Park in Lee. , with the keys still inside.

A website dedicated to her disappearance was set up by her brother Peter, and since it went live it has become a popular source for sharing information, questions and possible theories.

Some people who commented on have speculated that teacher Shaker is one of at least 4 or 5 women missing in the Berkshires.

One of the most telling comments came from a user named “ElleK” which listed the names of 4 other women, also missing in the Berkshires.

  • Away: Pittsfield on February 18, 2022
    Annie Crounse is described as a white female, around 5’8′ and 125 pounds. She has black hair and blue eyes.
  • Missing: Pittsfield, MA March 22, 2022
    Rachel Lewis is portrayed as a white woman with shoulder-length pink hair with bangs. She is about 5ft 5in, weighs 120lbs and has blue eyes and tattoos on her neck.
  • Missing: Searsburg, Vermont, March 26, 2022
    Mary Reid is 5-foot-4, weighs about 110 pounds, and has blue eyes and sand-colored hair.
  • Missing: Pittsfield, MA. April 1, 2022
    Imani Alston is described as a black woman, 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighing 120 pounds, with braided black hair and brown eyes. She has a ∞ symbol tattooed on her left wrist.

It should be noted that authorities have not commented on the connection between these cases, but state police are not ruling anything out at this point.

After this article was published, we received a note from John Soules, a Pittsfield Police Lieutenant, who informed us of 3 of the 4 other women missing in the Berkshires.

Soules was able to confirm that “3 Pittsfield parties you referenced in the article (Crounse, Lewis and Alston) have been reported missing, and all have been safely located and accounted for.”

A reward of 50,000 has been offered by her family to anyone with information to get her home safely.

Marohn’s brother appears to lead the search team and added information for those interested in joining the effort:

Email us at [email protected] with your name and contact details (email and/or mobile number) and we’ll get back to you when we coordinate the next search.


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