In August of 1987, a 26-year-old New England woman responded to a personal ad in the local Dexter, Maine newspaper that would unknowingly lead to her demise just months later. In a story that has been described as something only Alfred Hitchcock could have written, two people were murdered and one person almost got away with it. This is the story of Kathy Frost, as well as Leslee Reynolds. Also known, as the Murder at Otter Cliff.
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by Dark West Productions
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