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Is There Any Truth to The ‘Candy’ Movie?
The Story of Candy Is Inspired by A True Event that Occurred on June 13, 1980, when Candy Montgomery, a Wife from Wylie, Texas, Used an Ax to Murder Her Best Friend Betty Gore (played by Melanie Lynskey).
Forty of Montgomery’s 41 Punches to Gore Came While His Heart Was Still Beating.
In 1978, the Suburban Housewife Began an Affair with Her Victim’s Husband, Allan (played by Pablo Schreiber), After Meeting Gore at The Methodist Church of Lucas.
According to Texas Monthly, Whose Writings Served as The Inspiration for Hbo’s Love and Death, Montgomery and Her Husband Pat Had a “comfortable” Marriage, but The Housewife Found It Dull.
According to The Article, Montgomery Decided She Wanted to Have an Affair and Asked Allan During a Game of Volleyball. Although Allan First Refused, on Montgomery’s 29th Birthday, Gore’s Husband Called Her and Said He Hoped They Could Talk About It Over Lunch.
After months of Discussion, the Two Finally Resolved to Conduct an Affair, with The Understanding that It Would End Immediately if Any of Them Developed Romantic Feelings for The Other.
At the End of The Two and A Half Months, Montgomery Wanted to End the Affair, but Allan Talked Her Out Of It. in June of 1979, when Gore Was Seven Months Pregnant with Their Second Child, Allan Recommended They Take a Sabbatical.
According to Texas Monthly, Montgomery Was Furious when Allan Recommended They Terminate Things Months After the Romance Had Become “a Hassle” for Both of Them.
Eventually, They Were Able to Put an End to Their Affair, and It Looked Like Things Were Looking Good in Both of Their Marriages, but Then June 13, 1980, Happened.
Is It Known if Betty Gore’s Child Made It?
Bethany Gore, Betty’s Daughter, Was a Year Old on The Day of Her Mother’s Death and Was Left Alone All Day Without Any Problems.
“a Tiny Old Baby Pulled Its Head up Out of The Crib, out Of the Baby Bed,” Lester Gayle, Who Discovered Betty’s Remains, Reportedly Told Bustle(opens in New Tab). He elaborated, “it Started Crying.” It Had Been There All Day (almost) and Hadn’t Been Fed. Alisa Had Spent the Previous Two Nights with Candy’s Family, so She Was Not with Betty on The Day of The Attack; only Bethany Was.
Betty’s Parents in Kansas Took Both Children After Allan Gore Lost Custody of Them. neither Alisa nor Bethany Has Spoken out About the Play Being Developed About Their Mother’s Death.