Thomas Charles Murray Jr., TJ to those who loved him most, was a 23 year odl from Huntsville, TX. He was a little league umpire and had survived leukemia. Just after midnight on Oct. 19, 2011, TJ got kicked out of a bar in Spring, TX. Video then showed TJ walking alone, headed south from the building. He was never seen again.
Charley Project: https://charleyproject.org/case/thomas-charles-murray-jr
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of TJ Murray, please contact the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at (936) 760-5800.
Same way with what TJ faced. Yes, what he did was horrible and TJ certainly deserved to be charged with something. But his fears and the actual reality were probably not congruent at the time. TJ most likely defaulted to worse case scenario.
“Well, if this happened, then where is TJ?”
That’s where this scenario gets tough to analyze. We know people walk off. We know people walk off for all sorts of reasons. And we know those reasons are some time never proven beyond a shadow a doubt—Crystal Morrison, for example.
There is no information that says TJ had a weapon on him. There is no information saying that he had drugs that he could’ve used to kill himself. There are no high bridges over bodies of water in the area.
Likewise, I find it hard to believe TJ moved to another city and started his life completely over just due to a . . . slap.
So . . . it’s tough.
But I still want you to think about it.
Allow me to move on to the other two probably more popular scenarios.