Two women are now coming forward claiming to have had frightening encounters of their own with an accused killer in Sebestian County.
This is an update to a story we first told you about in February.
You may remember, 16-year-old Angela Allen was found buried in a plastic barrel in Lavaca after she'd been missing several days.
Now, according to the Southwest Times Record in Fort Smith, two women say they met Allen's accused killer 36-year-old Lloyd Jones on the internet, just prior to her death.
He took each of them out to his property and the women say, was acting very strangely. He even asked one what she would do if he attacked her.
Both women reportedly told authorities they were so scared of him, they got away from him as quickly as they could.
Jones, already a convicted rapist, will stand trial for Allen's death next month.