Detective Don Duckworth looked over the front of Betty Gail Brown’s car in October 1961 after Brown was found strangled inside her French Simca car in front of Old Morrison Hall at Transylvania University.
Detective Don Duckworth looked over the front of Betty Gail Brown’s car in October 1961 after Brown was found strangled inside her French Simca car in front of Old Morrison Hall at Transylvania University. Staff file photo
Detective Don Duckworth looked over the front of Betty Gail Brown’s car in October 1961 after Brown was found strangled inside her French Simca car in front of Old Morrison Hall at Transylvania University. Staff file photo

Unsolved for 56 years. Inside the police file of Lexington’s most notorious cold case.

November 03, 2017 09:28 AM

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