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Macabre story of cannibal killer shocked Oklahomans 40 years ago

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma’s cannibal killer lives on now only on the internet, in lists of the most bizarre and grisly of crimes.

Forty years ago, Gregory W. Canatis got into a fight with his father in their Midwest City apartment and killed him with a brand-new butcher knife. He then cut the body up into a hundred pieces and cooked and ate from them for days.

He was arrested early May 6, 1977, after being found by a neighbor asleep outside the bloody apartment. He had fled out an upstairs window hours earlier when police arrived to check on his father’s welfare.

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Here's another creepy one:

The 1977 Camp Scott Murders

Locust Grove, Oklahoma 1977. The Girl Scout murders were the most bizarre crimes in the history of Oklahoma. Three little girls murdered less than 24 hours after arriving at Camp Scott. Murdered in the night, without a sound, only a few hundred yards from their counselors’ tent  within the Kiowa Encampment. In total 140 girls had arrived at Camp Scott on June 12th, 1977 and three young girls would become the target of a violent and heinous crime. 

http://www.campscottmurders.com/

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