Dryden officials offended by new docuseries on murders from 80s, 90s

Beginning on Tuesday, Dryden will become the object of viewers’ fascinations with the release of Investigation Discovery’s series “Village of the Damned,” based on the town’s storied string of brutal murders in the late 1980s and 1990s.

The serialized documentary, premiering this week and consisting of five episodes, will investigate “a series of horrific and bizarre events,” including the murder of a family, a football coach and two cheerleaders, all within a decade.

The string began days before Christmas in 1989, when Michael Kinge brutally murdered Warren and Delores Harris, along with their two children, Shelby, 15 and Marc, 11. Their bodies were discovered, shot and burned, by a state trooper the next day.

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