, 2022-05-17 19:00:21,
Even after 45 years, Kristin Chenoweth remains haunted by one of the most horrific murder cases in her home state’s history.
“This is a story I wish I never had to tell. It haunts me every day,” Chenoweth says in the trailer for the upcoming series “Keeper of the Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders.”
“But this story, it needs to be told.”
As the 45th anniversary of the Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders approaches, the Tony- and Emmy-winning performer, who hails from Broken Arrow, is appearing in a new four-part streaming documentary in which she opens up about her ties to the tragedy.
In June 1977, three Girl Scouts — Lori Lee Farmer, 8, and Doris Denise Milner, 10, both of Tulsa, and Michele Guse, 9, of Broken Arrow — were murdered on the first night of a weeklong camping trip at Camp Scott near Locust Grove.
“As a Girl Scout, I loved going to camp. The friendships that I made, they were like my sisters. I never once thought anything bad could happen, but I came to learn what murder was. … I remember, I should have been on that trip. But I had gotten sick, and Mom said, ‘You can’t go,'” Chenoweth, 53, recalls in the “Keeper of the Ashes” trailer.
“It has stuck with me my whole life: I could have been one of them.”
When and where can people watch ‘Keeper of the Ashes?’
All four episodes of “Keeper of the Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders” begin streaming May 24 on Hulu.
The docuseries was produced for Hulu by ABC News Studios in association with Standing Bear Entertainment LLC.
The series will delve into the lasting effect the murders have had on those close to the tragedy, the details of the manhunt for and trial of the alleged killer and the mysteries that persist surrounding the harrowing case.
The documentary also will chronicle…
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