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Michelle Hoffman

At the time a 7-year-old Girl Scout, the woman behind said the murders shook everyone, adults and children alike. "We were 30 miles away, but it felt pretty much next door," she said. "At 7, it was like the boogie man was right outside — like the boogie man was going after Girl Scouts."

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Audio version: Girl Scout Murders 40 years later Chapter 6

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Born in Moody, Missouri, on July 11, 1940 to Ray and Virginia Dorris, Flo Hoffman passed on February 27, 2013, surrounded by her family. A dau…

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Ben Crittenden was not shocked by a survey suggesting nearly 40 percent of gay, lesbian or bisexual young Tulsans have attempted suicide.

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The recent slaying of a 33-year-old mentally retarded man

in Salina should not send the message that people with disabilities

would be safer in institutions, an expert said Friday.

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