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Solving the West Palm Beach Murder of Jeffrey Heagerty by Graham BrunkJeffrey Heagerty was like most young gay nineteen-year-olds in South Florida in the 1980s, commonly finding himself and his friends at the popular Kevins Cabaret in West Palm Beach on Saturday nights. On one of those Saturday nights in 1984, Jeff vanished from the club, leaving his friends behind even though he was their ride home. His body was found dumped in a canal the next morning and his car was missing, only to be found a month later, abandoned on the other side of town. Rumors of a love triangle, drug dealings and sexual encounters snarled police efforts at solving the case. The investigation stagnated and the case grew cold until the solution came from two unexpected sources: overlooked details in police photographs of Jeffs car and a mysterious letter from an inmate in the Palm Beach County Jail.
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There is also a large gay community center, a comprehensive AIDS program, a very active human rights council, and a branch of the Metropolitan Community Church. Behind all that, West Palm Beach has always had an extensive gay scene, whether it was obvious or not. Prior to entities like MCC and gay community centers, the gay social life was centered around the gay bar experience. Even today it remains an important focal point in creating a space that the LGBT community can come together and mingle safely among their own. The earliest such shows took place in the now demolished Kettler Theater on the corner of Clematis Street and Narcissus Ave and by the s had a venue of their very own known as The Flamingo Club.