Perry Smith and Richard Hickock’s murder of the Clutter in 1959 inspired Truman Capote to research and write what is today considered his greatest work, In Cold Blood. But did the convicted killers (who were executed in 1965) have more blood on their hands? Sarasota County sheriff’s detective Kimberly McGath thinks so, and is investigating the pair for the murder of two children and their parents a few weeks after the Clutter murders took place in Kansas.
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