Thursday Crime Stories: New police chief re-opens ‘3 Billboards’ murder case

After Kathy Page was raped and murdered in 1991, her father erected billboards along Interstate 10 near the small Texas town of Vidor that accused the local police of corruption and botching the death probe. What James Fulton did in search for justice for his 34-year-old daughter inspired the Oscar-winning movie “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”

There is renewed effort to find Page’s killer with a new police chief re-opening the cold case and increasing the reward for help. Nancy Grace explores the case with forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, Los Angeles lawyer Troy Slaten, psychologist and lawyer Dr. Brian Russell, host of Investigation Discovery’s “Fatal Vows” series, and Crime Stories contributing reporter Cheryl White.

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[Feature Photo: Kathy Page/Texas Department of Public Safety]