WHAT MADE COLORADO DAD TURN KILLER

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TWISTED killer Chris Watts, Amer­ica’s most evil dad, hid his sick fan­tasies, longsim­mer­ing ha­tred and per­verse blood­lust from fam­ily, friends and neigh­bors be­fore he stran­gled his preg­nant wife and two young daugh­ters in a case that shocked the coun­try! Now, The Na­tional EN­QUIRER has an­a­lyzed hun­dreds of hours of video, thou­sands of pages of files from the

FBI, Colorado Bu­reau of In­ves­ti­ga­tion and Fred­er­ick Po­lice Depart­ment, and con­sulted with the coun­try’s top psy­chol­o­gists and an­a­lysts to get in­side the head of a re­morse­less mon­ster!

To most peo­ple in his life, 33-year-old Watts seemed like a nor­mal guy who would barely raise his voice — let alone a fist. He had no pre­vi­ous ar­rests, hadn’t pub­licly dis­played an­ti­so­cial be­hav­ior and had no doc­u­mented his­tory of vi­o­lence. But the seem­ingly dot­ing dad spun out of con­trol, be­com­ing a cold-blooded killer who lied to loved ones and law­men as he in­vented a pa­per-thin story about the dis­ap­pear­ance and deaths of preg­nant wife Shanann and chil­dren Bella, 4, and Ce­leste, 3.

The first sign Watts had be­come a psy­chopath was his calm de­meanor when ar­rested for the triple homi­cide, ac­cord­ing to body lan­guage ex­pert Su­san Con­stan­tine. “Po­lice cuffed him for the most heinous crime imag­in­able, but he ap­peared as if he couldn’t be both­ered. No emo­tion — that’s the epit­ome of a psy­chopath,” she said. Af­ter two days of ques­tion­ing, Watts caved. But he con­cocted a hor­rific story and blamed his wife for killing their kids, which he claimed sent him into a rage and caused him to stran­gle her! Dur­ing a recorded in­ter­view with de­tec­tives, Watts asked to see his fa­ther. Once they were alone, he con­fessed. “I freaked out, you un­der­stand me? It was rage,” said Watts. “My ba­bies are gone — and I put my hands around my wife’s neck and did that same thing.”

But de­tec­tives knew he was ly­ing.

“He said, ‘She choked them,’ in a whis­per­ing voice. When a per­son’s voice low­ers like that — it shows what they did. He told the truth, he just pro­jected it on some­body else,” said Con­stan­tine. Though Watts’ trans­for­ma­tion seemed sud­den, in­ves­ti­ga­tors said he’d me­thod­i­cally planned the mur­ders.

In 2017, Watts was an outof-shape, henpecked hus­band. Po­lice files re­vealed how a friend said Shanann had stopped lis­ten­ing to Watts and claimed he “didn’t know any­thing” — words his young chil­dren started to re­peat. Dis­grun­tled, Watts moved into the base­ment of their Colorado home and worked out ob­ses­sively, re­gain­ing his con­fi­dence.

But as Shanann started earn­ing more money sell­ing health sup­ple­ments, Watts grew more de­tached — and hunted for hookups on dat­ing apps, meet­ing up with a mis­tress for wild sex ses­sions.

Mis­tress Amanda

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