- Oct 31, 2008
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I don't think the size 7 shoe print points to a woman, necessarily. I also don't believe a woman had anything to do with this. Now, could the size 7 print belong to a man? There have been several suspects talked about during the last 40 years...some have even confessed! I've never seen what their shoe sizes were.
Sonny Jack James
Ricky Green, who was 20 at the time of the murders (not to be confused with Ricky Lee Green, another murderer)
William "Bill" Stevens - confessed to the murders & had knowledge of the layout of Camp Scott - was excluded because sperm did not match sample
Dewayne Peters - spent time in prison with Bill Stevens for kidnap and rape - was also excluded because sperm did not match sample
From the Daily Oklahoman June 21, 1977 - a 40 year old w/a history of psychiatric confinement, who had once been questioned about a sex crime against a child
Karl Lee Myers - who did not do it but a convicted felon trying to make a movie says Karl confessed to him. Ironically, the convicted felon at one time also confessed to the murders.
Darren Creekmore - he ran away from Tahlequah 4th of July weekend off '77.
Steven L. Cumby - He confessed to the murders, but he was in jail in El Reno until 10:30 the day the bodies were found.
Anyone know anyone else to add?
I was wondering about GLH's cousin, John Clayton Potts. He gave police information about GLH that put him in the area shortly before the murders. Two years later, he was arrested for twice raping a 13 yo girl who was another cousin of his.
He lived in the Locust Grove area at the time, but OSBI had cleared him as a suspect. Even after his arrest for raping his cousin, OSBI still maintained he was innocent of the Girl Scout murders. Could he have been the one who committed the murders or accompanied GLH that night? He would have been age 21 at the time.