Killer Chris Watt’s smiling wife was shown in a home video in a Netflix trailer before he murdered the family
A new Netflix documentary trailer shows killer Chris Vatt’s smiling wife talking about their happy family life in home video footage, when he killed her and her two daughters, 4 and 3, and dumped the bodies of little girls into an oil tank.
“I went through the darkest time of my life and then I met Chris and that’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me,” Shannon Watts told the camera in footage never seen in Chilling.
Chris Watts strangled his pregnant wife, 34, while he and his unborn son Niko were murdered in August 2018 on their bed at their home in Frederick, Colorado, when she confronted him about his relationship with a coworker.
He then moved his daughters, aged Bella and Celeste, 3 – with their mom’s corpse in the car – to a remote oil field where they worked and smoked a New York Yankees blanket before squeezing their bodies into the oil tank.
A new American documentary, American Murder: Family Next Door, aired September 30, will investigate serious murders with a clear family life that led to the crimes and the killer’s attempts to persuade his wife to cops fled with him. Children.
A new Netflix documentary trailer shows killer Chris Vatt’s smiling wife talking about their happy family life in home video footage, when he killed her and her two daughters, 4 and 3, and dumped the bodies of little girls into an oil tank. Chris Watts poses with his wife Shannon and daughters Celeste and Bella before killing them
The trailer for the True-Crime show, directed by streaming online streaming giant Jenny Popwell and Oscar-winning executive producer James Marsh, has dropped.
The show will bring together ‘raw, firsthand footage’ and investigate ‘the disappearance of Shannon Watts and her children, and the horrific events that followed.’
The trailer begins with doorbell footage of the house showing Shannon being strangled to death by her teasing husband the night before she arrived at her home.