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Jessie Misskelley


Jessie Misskelley was born on July 10, 1975 as Jessie Loyd Misskelly Jr. He is a producer, known for Devil's Knot (2013), Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills (1996) and West of Memphis (2012). See full bio »

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 2013 Devil's Knot (executive producer - as Jessie Miskelley Jr.)
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 2012 48 Hours: Hard Evidence (TV Series)
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- The West Memphis 3: Free (2012) ... Himself (as Jessie Miskelly)
 2012 West of Memphis (Documentary)
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 2011 Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory (Documentary)
Himself - Perpetrator (as Jessie Misskelley Jr.)
 2011 True Crime with Aphrodite Jones (TV Series documentary)
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- West Memphis Three (2011) ... Himself (as Jessie Miskelly)
 2000 Paradise Lost 2: Revelations (TV Movie documentary)
Himself (as Jessie Miskelly)
 1996 Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills (Documentary)
Himself (as Jessie Miskelly)

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Alternate Names:

Jessie Miskelley Jr. | Jessie Miskelly | Jessie Misskelley Jr.

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5' 2" (1.57 m)
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In Arkansas, where he was convicted of murdering three boys along with Damien Wayne Echols and Jason Baldwin, the IQ needed to be considered "mentally retarded" is 75. Misskelley had an IQ of 72 at the time of this conviction. He was 17-years-old with the mentality of a second-grader.

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