Kristen Chenoweth Stars In ‘Girl Scout Murders,’ Was Almost A Real Victim

Actress and singer Kristen Chenoweth will be featured in an upcoming docuseries about the infamous Oklahoma Girl Scout murders. In the trailer, produced by ABC News Studios and available soon on Hulu, Chenoweth reveals how luck or fate may have save her life. She was supposed to be present on the camping trip in which three young girls were brutally murdered.

“I remember I should have been on that trip, and I had gotten sick. And my mom said, ‘you can’t go.’ It has stuck with me my whole life. I could have been one of them.”

On June 13, 1977, three girls (eight-year-old Lori Lee Farmer, nine-year-old Michele Guse, and ten-year-old Doris Denise Miller) were found violently slain after one of their bodies was found in the woods. The Girl Scout crew was on a camping trip in Camp Scott, Oklahoma.

About two months before the murders, someone left a cryptic note in a ransacked counselor’s tent stating that three girls would soon die.

A man named Gene Leroy Hart was charged for the murders but later acquitted. It is still not known who the true killer was. The docuseries, Keeper of Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders, seeks to document DNA testing attempts as forensic investigators continue to try and solve the gruesome mystery.

“This is a story I wish I never had to tell. It haunts me every day,” Chenoweth says. “But this story—it needs to be told. As a Girl Scout, I loved going to camp… They were like my sisters. I never once thought anything bad could happen. But I came to learn what murder was.”

Keeper of Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders will be available for streaming on Hulu on May 24.

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