Read Tim Stanley's six-part series from 2017 that examines the details of what happened and the lingering effects on the survivors as the new Hulu series exploring the murders is now streaming.
This Tulsa World Special Report examines the details of what happened in June 1977 and the lingering effects on those who survived.
By Tim Stanley
40 years ago, the murders of three Girl Scouts in Oklahoma stunned the nation, created shockwaves still being felt
By Tim Stanley
Did the killer or killers of three Tulsa-area Girl Scouts in June 1977 actually announce the crimes two months before they were committed? "It's just hard to know," said the woman who found the note.
At the time a 7-year-old Girl Scout, the woman behind campscottmurders.com 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."
40 Years Ago – May 27, 1976
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