The woman was the first witness Tuesday in the trial of 72-year-old Jack McCullough. He's charged with rape and indecent liberties with a child for the attack that allegedly occurred when the woman was a 14-year-old Sycamore resident.
She testified that he picked her up in a convertible in 1962, drove her to a house in an unfamiliar part of town and raped her before allowing two others to rape her.
She says she never saw the other men's faces.
McCullough is charged in a separate case with kidnapping and murder in the 1957 death of 7-year-old Maria Ridulph, also of Sycamore.
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