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Another Gripping True Crime Story Might Be Heading To Your Screen

A complex 2015 murder case, recently covered extensively in a BuzzFeed feature, might be heading to your screen soon. Deadline reports that literary management company Writ Large has acquired film and TV rights to Michelle Dean’s explosive story on the murder of Dee Dee Blancharde. Blancharde, who was the main caretaker for her supposedly seriously ill daughter Gypsy Rose, was found stabbed to death in her Missouri home.
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