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She managed to get up and told the assailant, "Go ahead and kill me." where she screamed for help and banged on the front door.
A car passed but did not stop when she called after it. "Bill" Presley and three other officers arrived at the scene, but the attacker had already driven off.
She quickly looked inside to see if anyone could help her, but after seeing no one, she began to run and was overtaken by the attacker. Larey stated he did not rape her but abused her terribly.
Later reports indicated that the assailant sexually assaulted her with the barrel of his gun.
The 1976 film The Town That Dreaded Sundown was released internationally and is loosely based on the events, despite its claim that "only the names have been changed".
Since the movie claimed that the "story you are about to see is true, where it happened and how it happened," the fabricated parts created much of the myth and folklore around the murders for several decades.
She ran to the back of the house and woke up the owners, who then notified authorities. They found Hollis' pants 100 yards away from the attack.
Larey was taken to the hospital for minor cuts and received stitches for head wounds.
Several rumors began to spread, including that the killer was caught, or that a third and even fourth double-homicide had been committed.
According to a fourteen-page statement by Hollis, the attack happened about 50 feet (15 m) off Richmond Road on an unpaved street, about 100 yards from the last row of city homes. After about ten minutes, a man walked up to Hollis' driver-side door and flashed a flashlight in his face, blinding him.
Hollis, not sure if it was a prank or if he had been mistaken for someone else, told the man, "Fellow, you've got me mixed up with someone else.
After three months of no more Phantom attacks, the Texas Rangers slowly and quietly left town to keep the Phantom from believing he was safe to strike again.
The murders were reported nationally and internationally by several publications.