In the summer of 1977, three young Girl Scouts - Lori Farmer, Michelle Guse, and Doris Milner - were assaulted and murdered on their first night at Camp Scott in Mayes County, OK. Hours later, a camp counselor found the girls' bodies stuffed in their sleeping bags and scattered through the woods.
Decades later, local residents are still aghast at the details about the Oklahoma Girl Scout murders. Although evidence pointed towards one primary suspect, no one has ever been convicted for the three murders that took place 45 years ago. The unsolved Girl Scout murders remain one of the state's most disturbing cases.
On June 12, 1977, Three Young Girls Were Assaulted And Murdered
Multiple People Heard Disturbing Noises The Night Of The Murders
Farmer, Guse, And Milner Had All Met The Day They Were Murdered
The Alleged Killer Issued A Warning About The Crimes Before They Happened
Investigators Found Evidence Throughout The Campsite, As Well As In A Nearby Cave
Escaped Convict Gene Leroy Hart Was Arrested For The Murders