In the trailer for the docuseries “Keeper of the Ashes: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders,” the Tony-winning actress has revealed

that she was scheduled to be on a tenting journey throughout which three of her Girl Scout pals had been sexually assaulted and murdered in 1977.

“This is a story I wish I never had to tell,” Chenoweth says in the trailer. “It haunts me every day.” Chenoweth returned to her house state to take part in reexamining the murders of Lori Lee Farmer

8, Michele Heather Guse, 9, and Doris Denise Milner, 10, at Camp Scott close to Locust Grove, Oklahoma.

In the trailer, the actress explains how a lot she liked going to camp as a Girl Scout and the way she noticed the troop members as her “sisters.” 

“I never once thought anything bad could happen,” she says. “But I came to learn what murder was.” Police arrested an area man, Gene Leroy Hart, and charged him with the crimes.

Hart was acquitted of the expenses, however was was returned to jail to proceed serving sentences for rape, kidnapping and housebreaking stemming from different prior convictions. 

He reportedly died in prison in 1979. The docuseries will embrace an investigation of DNA collected from the crime scene in an try to definitively decide the identification of the assassin.