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Sheri Farmer

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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."

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Anne Sue Lee Millsapps joined her lifelong love in heaven on Monday, October 29, 2012. Sue was born February 7, 1923 in Arkadelphia, Arkansas …

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Many people who are familiar with the details of the Girl Scout murder case have

formed their own opinions about what really happened that tragic night when three

girls were raped and beaten to death or strangled.

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