Monday, June 27, 2016

Who is Christy Sheats who shot and killed daughters Taylor Sheats, Madison Sheats? Birth dates, family

Christy Sheats, Christy Byrd Sheats, Taylor Sheats, Madison Sheats, Jason Sheats, Katy, Texas, birth date, family, gun, death, dead, murder, shooting
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UPDATE: 06/29/16: Christy Sheats tried to kill herself a few times. She was in a mental health facility previously. No gun should have been allowed in that house for that reason.

Seems there was an argument between Taylor and Christy. Christy wanted to ground 22 year old Taylor from seeing her fiance whom she was going to wed on Monday. Father Jason disagreed. Christy then called a family meeting. Jason thought she was going to say they were getting a divorce. Instead she hid a gun in the cushions and shot her daughters. Jason believes she didn't kill him because she wanted him to suffer. What more horrible way could there be than to shoot a man's children on his birthday before his daughter was to wed. Seems like Christy was a control freak besides very mentally ill. So sad.

Christy Byrd Sheats was born in Alabama May 2, 1974. She married Jason R Sheats born June 24, 1971 in Alabama. They were married in Alabama then moved to Texas. The shooting took place at their home at 6011 Remson Hollow Ln, Katy, Texas 77494. Taylor 22 was to be married June 27, 2016 to her long time fiance. Madison was 17.

Christy Sheats had a history of mental illness. Per her Facebook page she was a conservative Christian who vigorously supported gun rights. She loved to take stupid Facebook quizzes and hated Obama. If you read her posts you can see she is very dramatic and loves to tell "stories." She was desperate for attention posting photoshopped selfie after photoshopped selfie. She even states she posted the selfies as she lost a bet or was dared.

Christy's husband is Jason Sheats who is also from Alabama. Jason graduated from East Lawrence High School in Trinity, Alabama 1989. He graduated from Oglethorpe University magna cum laude with a BS in mathematics in 1993 in Atlanta, Georgia. He's currently an IT consultant at Oxy. His mother is Ann Solomon 1946 from Alabama.

Christy's mother was Rebecca "Becky" Marie Byrd. This means her mother was a single mother at 18 as Christy has the same last name. I see no mention of Christy's father. Rebecca was born February 14, 1956 and passed away August 20, 2012. Christy's grandfather was Clinton Jerol Byrd May 7, 1930 to June 7, 2012. Her grandfather raised her per Christy. He had Alzheimer's, so does her grandmother. Maybe Alzheimer's is related to other mental illnesses which show up earlier which could have caused this tragic murder?

Christy Byrd Sheats was from Decatur, Alabama. Christy graduated from Austin High school in Decatur, Alabama in 1992.

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3 comments:

  1. Thank you for this. I too noticed the excessive selfies and dramatic posts. I also noticed zero posted about her husband. In one post, he seems to express empathy toward her sorrow missing her late grandfather, and he refers to him as his third grandfather in an affectionate manner. A strange post about "finding" her lost grandmother, in a nursing home I think. And thanking a female friend profusely for bring Christy there to see the grandmother. Again, no mention of her husband. Also seemed to try to outshine her daughters in photos and carried on like a teenager in regard to attending country music concerts. I did not get the impression from her facebook posts that she had any significant close friendships, just polite exchanges with people. I also noted the eldest daughter posted about suffering from anxiety attacks. I wonder if her mother was the root cause of that what she described as extreme crippling anxiety. Also, the younger daughter seemed to have a weight problem, overeating can be a reaction to stress. A way of maintaining control or finding comfort in food. With all the police calls prior to the incident, and Christy probably terrified of her husband leaving her and not being able to support herself possibly could be a factor. The author of the book Christy goes on and on about, is a realtor, and met Christy when she showed her a property that she was told Christy's husband was going to buy in Alabama but no husband showed up and sale was never initiated. I wonder if Christy was trying to scheme and dream it all. Isn't Facebook a fascinating glimpse into a life, especially post mortem? I have seen some eerie examples for sure with all kinds of deaths. I missed my calling as a private detective, haha.

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    1. I agree that she was trying to outshine her daughters. She was also greatly concerned about her looks with the photoshopped images. I also noted very little mention of the husband. I would be the kids and husband had a tormented time with her. As she had a history of mental illness, I don't think there should have been a gun in the house even if it belonged to the husband. Sad.

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  2. Thank you for this. I too noticed the excessive selfies and dramatic posts. I also noticed zero posted about her husband. In one post, he seems to express empathy toward her sorrow missing her late grandfather, and he refers to him as his third grandfather in an affectionate manner. A strange post about "finding" her lost grandmother, in a nursing home I think. And thanking a female friend profusely for bring Christy there to see the grandmother. Again, no mention of her husband. Also seemed to try to outshine her daughters in photos and carried on like a teenager in regard to attending country music concerts. I did not get the impression from her facebook posts that she had any significant close friendships, just polite exchanges with people. I also noted the eldest daughter posted about suffering from anxiety attacks. I wonder if her mother was the root cause of that what she described as extreme crippling anxiety. Also, the younger daughter seemed to have a weight problem, overeating can be a reaction to stress. A way of maintaining control or finding comfort in food. With all the police calls prior to the incident, and Christy probably terrified of her husband leaving her and not being able to support herself possibly could be a factor. The author of the book Christy goes on and on about, is a realtor, and met Christy when she showed her a property that she was told Christy's husband was going to buy in Alabama but no husband showed up and sale was never initiated. I wonder if Christy was trying to scheme and dream it all. Isn't Facebook a fascinating glimpse into a life, especially post mortem? I have seen some eerie examples for sure with all kinds of deaths. I missed my calling as a private detective, haha.

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