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Missing Metallica Fan The Focus of Today's Dr Phil


11/12/2009
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(antiMusic) Today's Dr. Phil show will focus on Morgan Harrington, the 20-year-old college student who went missing last month at a Metallica concert. Blabbermouth had this about the show: They keep a heartbreaking, detailed diary of what they are feeling so that they can keep their daughter alive in their hearts, but Gil and Dan Harrington admit to Dr. Phil, in their first talk-show appearance, that they are "preparing ourselves that our daughter may not have been abducted, but also murdered." This special episode of "Dr. Phil" will be broadcast Thursday, November 12 (check local listings).

Dr. Phil reads from their touching journal entries and tells the couple: "You're in our minds and hearts and we're going to do everything we can to keep the spotlight on this."

Morgan Harrington was last seen nearly a month ago at a Metallica concert in Charlottesville, Virginia. She somehow ended up outside the arena during the show and after an extensive search by local authorities, very few clues to her whereabouts have turned up except for her purse and cell phone, found in the arena parking lot. Gil Harrington helped her daughter choose her outfit and reported that Morgan was "so excited about going [to the concert]." With the purse left behind, Mrs. Harrington said, "No girl gives up her purse with her information, her make-up, her cell phone. Once we had reported Morgan missing Sunday after the concert the purse quickly went from being a lost item to being evidence in a criminal case." - more on this story



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