THE Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders

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Layout of Camp Scott 

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Cookie Trail Road that was traveled by Girl Scout buses to take the girls to camp in 1977. Photo courtesy of Tulsa World.

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Michele Guse, Lori Farmer, and Denise Milner

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tent 8 from the front after police had raised the flaps

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Camp Scott Sign 

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The now-abandoned Camp Scott is in a densely wooded location on 410 acres in Mayes County, Oklahoma.

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Crime Scene photo

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Red Flashlight found by the bodies

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Crime Scene photo

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Where the girls' bodies were found

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June 14, 1977, parents were horrified to hear there were three brutal murders of Girl Scouts at Camp Scott outside of Tulsa.

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Glasses were found at the cave near the Girl Scout murders and collected as evidence.

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footprint size 9.5 after killer tried to mop up the blood on site of the crime

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The June 14, 1977, edition of Tulsa World Newspaper with the Girl Scout Murders on the front page.

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Note found on a nearby cave wall

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Sam Pigeon’s shack where Gene Hart was hiding out for 8 months. 

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Gene Leroy Hart

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Gene Leroy Hart stood trial for the murders of the three Girl Scouts and was acquitted.

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Court Transcripts from Carla Wilhite's testimony

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Newspaper Article on Female DNA Found

Documentary on the Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders:

Someone Cry for the Children