Ep. 29 Closing Time

The Yogurt Shop Murders

Most have looked forward to everything that high school had to offer. From prom queen, captain of your dream team, to making new friends. Some may even call it preparing you for adulthood by learning how to drive and landing your first job to make some extra cash. Today I want to tell you about four intelligent young women who were robbed of everything some of us took for granted.

Jennifer Harbison (17), Sara Harbison (13), Amy Ayers (15), and Eliza Thomas (17)
Layout of I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt!
Inside I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt!
The Back of the Yogurt Shop Where the Girls Were Found
The morning after the Murders and Fire
Robert Burns Springsteen, Jr.; Maurice Earl Pierce; Forrest Brook Wellborn; and Michael James Scott
The plaque outside the building of the former “I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt” shop in the parking lot under an oak tree in memory of Jennifer, Sara, Amy, and Eliza.

Sources

“‘Pure, Unadulterated Evil’: Exploring the 1991 Austin Yogurt Shop Murders.” KVUE ABC, May 3, 2019. 

“The Austin Yogurt Shop Murders Cold Case: Revisiting the Scene of the Crime More Than 25 Years Later.” A&E, April 10, 2018. 

“Cruelly Slain: The Brutal Austin Yogurt Shop Murders of 1991 Remain Unsolved Decades Later.” The Lineup, March 28, 2018. 

“5 Unsolved Mass Murders.” Morbidology, November 2, 2017. 

Who Killed These Girls?  Beverly Lowry, July 25, 2017.

“Innocence Lost.” 48 Hours, January 21, 2017. 

“25 Years Later, Still No Clear Answers in the Yogurt Shop Murders Case.” KUT 90.5, December 6, 2016. 

“Inside the Nightmarish ‘Yogurt Shop Murders’.” New York Post, October 7, 2016. 

“The 1991 Yogurt Shop Murders.” True Crime Diva, May 11, 2015. 

“Scene of the Crime.” The Austin Chronicle, December 16, 2011. 

“Kenneth Allen McDuff.” Murderpedia, n.d. 

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