In 1963, investigators had only circumstantial evidence to aid in identifying possible suspects in Peggy’s attack and murder. However, the camp caretaker was immediately under suspicion, despite his age and solid alibi. It’s long been believed that the caretaker was the only male at the camp the night of the murder. For the first time in more than 58 years, a new witness speaks out about what he saw at the camp that night, and discusses how the murder impacted his grandfather.
Our thanks to:
- Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
- Mitch Morrissey, United Data Connect
- Steve Stuart
- Oklahoma Educational Television Authority (OETA) PBS station, oeta.tv