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In 1984, a rural community in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada, made headlines when stories of inbreeding came to light. The Goler family, who had been practicing intra-family marriages for generations, was at the heart of it all. From the Blue Fugates of Kentucky to the Habsburg dynasty, cases of inbreeding have fascinated the public for ages.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police charged the Goler clan with approximately 137 counts of incest and abuse, and over a dozen family members went to prison. But what the public quickly discovered was that more than punishment, the Golers needed help after enduring generations of extreme poverty and social prejudice..\
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