Hmmm...well.........to each his own? Because obviously some 3,000 daily visitors quite enjoy this type of footage, which, for example, is currently of Murt himself typing, reading and vocally sharing (all at the same time!) "breaking" info. he and one of his members are cybersleuthing about on a private chat...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
A man obsessed with missing child cases has become an Internet celebrity after purchasing an old TV news live truck, mounting cameras to its mast and broadcasting live images from areas involved in the search for Caylee on his Web site.
William Murtaugh, known as "Murt" on the Internet, said he is not alone in his thirst for coverage about Caylee.
"There are people out there who are literally addicted to Caylee," Murtaugh said. "The commercial media cannot provide everything we want. We want more. We're addicted to it," Murtaugh said.
Murt's Web site -- murtwitnessone.com -- serves as a home for armchair cybersleuths, and he said the TV truck he purchased has made a big difference."It looks neat. It gets me in with you guys. Instead of pulling up in an old Cadillac, I can pull up in this thing and you're more or less accepting of it," Murtaugh said.
Murt has mounted surveillance cameras to the truck's 60-foot-tall mast, allowing him to send images to his Web site, which also contains a chatroom for his users.
"They'll say, 'Murt, move the camera. Jesse Grund (Casey Anthony's former boyfriend) is over here' or they'll say, 'Murt, there's a lady with a sign over there,'" Murtaugh said.http://www.local6.com/news/18013764/detail.htmlWhen Murt is not at a search scene involving the case, he takes his truck to places like the Anthony family home, the Sawgrass Apartments and other Caylee-related locations.Murt, who is a professional truck driver and car dealer, said his Web site is only a hobby.
"It's not about me. It's about Caylee," Murtaugh said.
Murt said about 3,000 users visit his Web site, but he also has detractors, who say it's strange that a man follows a case so closely or believe that he will try to profit off the case.
Murt also once claimed online that he knew the abductor of Trenton Duckett, the boy in an unsolved missing child case in Central Florida. Murt apologized for the stunt, calling it an amateur attempt to crack the case.
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