This Disturbing Murder Spree In Arkansas Is So Creepy It Inspired A Movie
A shadowy figure roams the streets, looking for his next murder victim… It sounds like the plot of a horror movie – and it is. But it’s also a true story that’s based on a disturbing killing spree, which happened in Arkansas decades ago. The story of the Phantom Killer isn’t as widely known as those of Ted Bundy or Jeffrey Dahmer, but for many Arkansans, the unknown killer was a very real threat in the mid-1900s. He also left a few scars… and is still unapprehended. Here’s the story:
Watch the video below to learn more about the Texarkana Moonlight Murders, the Arkansas killing spree that shook the region.
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