[New Case] Fatal Hang-Up

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Fatal Hang-Up

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  www.crimescene.com | October 2020  

Hello, Officer Visitor

Courtney Morris had everything to live for.

At 21, she was just starting her senior year in college. She had a boyfriend and a lifelong best friend and an apartment off-campus.

She also had secrets, including some that would be painful when revealed.

Before that could happen, Courtney was found dead.

Were her secrets more than she could bear? Or did someone want to stop her from telling them?

Examine the evidence and share your thoughts in the comments.

Tip: Want to find out what's happened so far in the Fatal Hang-Up investigation? Check out the Case Recap.

Coming up … As the detectives dig into Courtney's personal life, will they uncover any of her secrets?

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Courtney Morris bio

Courtney had just started her senior year in college when she was found dead.

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Evidence inventory

CSU submitted this preliminary inventory of evidence collected in the Courtney Morris death investigation.

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Mee-Yon Kim interview

The detectives talked to Mee-Yon about how she came to find her friend Courtney dead.

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Mee-Yon Kim biography

Mee-Yon and her best friend, Courtney, grew up together and attended college together.

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Woman found hanged

The Crime Beat reports: Coed found dead in her off-campus apartment

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Morris incident report

An Ole Miss coed was found hanged in her apartment on Sunday afternoon.

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Douglas Talbot bio

Douglas Talbot and his wife settled in Oxford 25 years ago to raise their family.

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Douglas Talbot interview

At the detectives' request, Douglas agreed to come in to discuss his connection with Courtney.

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Jenna Mayne interview

The florist said one of his employees may have delivered the roses to Courtney Morris.

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Terry Hinson interview

YCSD investigators located the florist who sold the roses delivered to Courtney.

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Justin Landry interview

The detectives Courtney's boyfriend come in to talk about when he last saw her.

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Justin Landry bio

Justin is an Ole Miss football player and met his girlfriend, Courtney, in math class.

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