On November 26, 2007, in the early morning hours, five young men approached a $900,000 home in Palmetto Bay, Florida. They had driven over 150 miles, all the way from Fort Myers. The men departed on this long drive with one intention ...to rob the lavish home. The robbery, however, wouldn’t go as pl
Publish Date: Nov 11, 2019
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On November 26, 2007, in the early morning hours, five young men approached a $900,000 home in Palmetto Bay, Florida. They had driven over 150 miles, all the way from Fort Myers. The men departed on this long drive with one intention ...to rob the lavish home. The robbery, however, wouldn’t go as planned and numerous lives were forever changed as a result. Join me as I walk you through the tragic murder of beloved and often misunderstood football star, Sean Taylor. Let’s get social: @MurderishPod (Twitter), @MurderishPodcast (IG), search “Murderish” (Facebook). Get extra MURDERISH perks: Patreon.com/Murderish MURDERISH online merch store: MurderishPodcast.Threadless.com Email: MurderishJami@gmail.com Sponsor(s): - BetterHelp - visit BetterHelp.com/MURDERISH & use promo code MURDERISH for 10% off your first month. - FabFitFun - visit FabFitFun.com & use coupon code MURDERISH for $10 off your first box. Production & Music Credit: John Bukenas, Audio Editing Solutions (production) & Nico Vettese, We Talk of Dreams (music). Research & Writing Credit: Steve Field Remember, listening to this show doesn’t make you a murderer, it just means you’re murder ...ish. Sources: In order to tell true crime stories on this podcast, information is gathered from various sources which often includes, but is not limited to, news articles, newspaper archives, blogs, social media, tv productions, police reports, court records, books, magazine articles, direct interviews, and more. I recognize that often times, someone before me put in a lot of time and effort to gather information which I draw from to help tell these stories. I want to say thank you to those individuals for their hard work. Due to character count/space limitations, all sources cannot be listed here (in episode notes). Alternatively, a link has been provided for anyone to access a list of sources used for this episode: MURDERISH | Sean Taylor, "Misunderstood" - SOURCES A list of sources can also be requested by sending an email to MurderishJami@gmail.com. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com