Gitchie girl : the survivor's inside story of the mass murders that shocked the heartland (Book, 2016) [WorldCat.org]
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Gitchie girl : the survivor's inside story of the mass murders that shocked the heartland

Author: Phil Hamman; Sandy Hamman
Publisher: Little Elm, TX : ELectio Publishing, [2016?]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The sound of snapping twigs closed in on the five teenagers enjoying an evening around a glowing campfire at Gitchie Manitou State Park. The night of music and laughter had taken a dark turn. Evil loomed just beyond the tree line, and before the night was over, one of the Midwests most horrific mass murders had left its bloodstains spewed across the campsite. One managed to survive and would come to be known as the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: True crime stories
Récits criminels
Named Person: Sandra Cheskey
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Phil Hamman; Sandy Hamman
ISBN: 9781632132000 1632132001
OCLC Number: 936326878
Description: 155 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Responsibility: Phil Hamman & Sandy Hamman.

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"The sound of snapping twigs closed in on the five teenagers enjoying an evening around a glowing campfire at Gitchie Manitou State Park. The night of music and laughter had taken a dark turn. Evil loomed just beyond the tree line, and before the night was over, one of the Midwests most horrific mass murders had left its bloodstains spewed across the campsite. One managed to survive and would come to be known as the ?Gitchie Girl.? Harrowing memories of the terrifying crime sent her spiraling out of control, and she grasped at every avenue to rebuild her life. Can one man, a rescue dog, and a glimmer of faith salvage a broken soul? This true story will touch your heart and leave you cheering that good can prevail over the depravity of mankind. Through extensive research, interviews, and personal insight, the authors bring a riveting look at the heinous crime that shook the Midwest in the early 1970s. Written from rare, inside interviews with the lone survivor, who broke nearly four decades of silence, this shocking yet moving story will not soon be forgotten" -- Page [4] cover.

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