I am intrigued by the Joel Taylor case. It shows us how anyone can have a double life. I was very sad to hear about television's "Storm Chasers" beloved star passing away in late January 2018 at age 38. He was a handsome, athletic, 6' 6", 234 pound man with a smooth beautifully muscled body. He also had the biggest hard cock I have ever seen. It pointed to the ceiling. He was a small town country boy who in all appearances was a right wing conservative Christian from an Oklahoma Baptist family. He is remembered in all comments I've read from family and friends as a classy, kind, and caring person, always willing to help in the community. He was "macho" in demeanor but had a hidden side that was not revealed until his death. He was an amazingly endowed gay man with a very overactive libido that he indulged on cruises and island vacations. He posted sexy pictures and stats on a gay social media site called Scruff. Instead of chasing storms he spent his last days chasing other gay men on a Caribbean cruise ship, the Harmony of the Seas. This ship was chartered by Atlantis Tours for a gay men's cruise. It was basically a floating orgy. On the cruise, as one of the tallest men on the ship, he would have been one of the main alpha male tops. I bet there is a group of guys scattered across the country who were on the cruise who hooked up with him and wound up with loose anal sphincters and his DNA still inside them, He probably was exhausted from the round the clock pounding holes and pumping his baby batter. He apparently wanted to be like the Energizer bunny and keep going and going. It was originally thought he died from an overdose of GHB , an anti-sleep medication used in low doses for sexual stamina. It has a Viagra type effect providing lasting erections. As probably the biggest guy on the ship his “weather probe” would have been very much in demand. Makes you appreciate men with big hands. The final autopsy report revealed it was an overdose of Ecstasy. He must have taken too high a dose and it was too much for his system. He collapsed on the dance floor and was taken back to his cabin by "friends" to sleep it off. It was a permanent sleep. It is a big mistake to leave anyone in that condition alone, which the so-called "friends" did. My condolences to his family.