Families Who Kill
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Time to make True Crime a bit more familial.

On Families Who Kill: The Donut Shop Murders we get an incredibly in-depth expose of the McCrary-Taylor family. The father and son-in-law tandem, Sherman McCrary and Carl Taylor were responsible for killing up to 22 young women across the continental United States from 1971-72. The common thread that tied everything together? Donut shops.

One of the more unique things about this family of vagrants is that they were incredibly disorganized while still being deadly. Experts weigh in on several aspects of the McCrary-Taylors' lifestyle, killing pattern, and motive. No matter how you cut it, they all fed off of each other and their frenzied murders.

It started with them drifting from town-to-town leaving bad checks in their wake. Their collective lust for crime created the right conditions to see the family evolve into rapists and murderers. There's debate as to whether the McCrary-Taylors can technically be classified as Serial Killers. Some say they're better described as unsophisticated interlopers who went on a killing spree fuelled by opportunity more than anything else.

Old recordings augmented by modern-day voice actors tie things together; painting a dark and depraved picture of what this crazed family was all about. Get your fill of it all, from their initial crimes through their complex trial and to where things are today.

Have a listen and let us know what you think,

Stephen and Evan
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