Kristin Chenoweth reveals
A new docuseries called Keeper of the Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders reveals a shocking connection between Kristin Chenoweth and the 1977 Oklahoma Girl Scout murders.
He's been haunted by the unsolved murders of three young girls at an Oklahoma sleepaway camp for decades now.
It's been a long time since Kristin Chenoweth has spoken publicly about a difficult time in her life.
For her new documentary on the 1977 rape and murder of three Oklahoma girls on a camping trip she was supposed to attend, the 53-year-old Tony Award winner hopes to shed light on the case.
The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders on Monday, and Chenoweth says, "This is a story I wish I never had to tell." "Every day, I am haunted by the memory of it. But this story must be told."
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Lori Lee Farmer, 8, Michele Heather Guse, 9, and Doris Denise Milner, 10, were assassinated at Camp Scott in June 1977, and a four-part docuseries about their deaths will premiere on Hulu on May 24. Despite the fact that Gene Leroy Hart was acquitted of murder in 1979, recent DNA evidence strongly suggests that he was involved.
"When I think of those three girls, I wonder what's the best way to honour them," Chenoweth says. Why did I return to my hometown? To get the answers I'd been looking for all along.?"
Last week, Tulsa World reported that Mayes County Sheriff Mike Reed had released some 2019 DNA test results in response to a request from some of the victims' families before the premiere of the documentary series. The evidence points to Hart, who died in prison in 1979 on unrelated charges despite the official inconclusiveness of the investigation.