1977 Girl Scouts Murders: Police Hope DNA Will Identify Killer

40 years ago, under the darkness of a waning crescent moon, three Girl Scouts were brutally murdered at Camp Scott in Oklahoma. June 13, 1977, marks one of the most terrible and shocking crimes in Oklahoma history, kicking off an investigation that continues to this day.

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A veteran crime victim advocate who loves to write. Founder and CEO of the National Center for Missing Adults from 1994–2010.

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Kym L Pasqualini

Kym L Pasqualini

A veteran crime victim advocate who loves to write. Founder and CEO of the National Center for Missing Adults from 1994–2010.

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