Court records have revealed some gruesome details about the Hart family that drove off a cliff last year, killing themselves and their six adopted children.
It would seem that the lesbian couple, Sarah and Jennifer Hart, consciously were looking up ways to kill their children in the days before the SUV carrying the Hart family would drive off a 100-foot Pacific coast cliff on that day in March last year.
Sarah had been with the following searches on her smartphone during previous trips apparently: “How easily can I overdose on over the counter medications? Can 500mg of Benadryl kill a 125lb woman?” and “How long does it take to die from hypothermia while drowning in a car?”
During questioning, the Mendocino police department officials revealing the details admitted that those details immediately ruled out any question of accident.
“In my opinion, Sarah and Jennifer succumbed to a lot of pressure,” said Lt. Shannon Barney of the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office. “They got to the point where they made a conscious decision to end their lives and take their children with them.”
In March of 2018, the Woodland, Washington, family drove south to Mendocino County, California. The women administered some kind of Benadryl to the children. Then, Jennifer Hart, drunk, drove the GMC Yukon carrying the whole family off a cliff, evidence presented in the inquest showed, according to Oregon Live.