Death of Allen Ross

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Chicago filmmaker Allen Ross married Linda Greene and followed her cult,[when?] the Guthrie, Oklahoma-based Samaritan Foundation, as they moved from place to place following her instructions.[1][2] Following Allen's murder, the group disbanded. Prosecutors believe that Linda Greene committed the murder, she died in 2002 of natural causes and was never charged. A cult member, Julia Williams, was found guilty of being an accessory after the fact to murder, by helping to bury the body in the basement, she was sentenced to two years in prison.[3][4]

Ross' remains were found in July 2000 in his Cheyenne, Wyoming home.[5]

Ross' disappearance is depicted in the 2001 documentary, Missing Allen, and in the Dateline NBC episode, "Searching for Allen";[6][7] the 2013 Deadly Devotion episode on Investigation Discovery entitled "The Bad Samaritans" chronicles the story of Ross Allen.[8] The 2017 Ghost Adventures episode on Travel Channel entitled "Samaritan Cult House" features an investigation of the former prison building in Guthrie, Oklahoma, where the cult once resided from the 1990s to early 2000s.

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