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Entertainment Shanann Watts' Love Letters to the Husband Who Killed Her Are Revealed in New Netflix Doc

18:46  29 september  2020
18:46  29 september  2020 Source:   people.com

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Shanann Watts ' Love Letters to the Husband Who Killed Her Are Revealed in New Netflix Doc . Chris Watts killed his entire family on August 13, 2018. In the weeks before Chris Watts killed his pregnant wife, Shanann, and their two young daughters, he received love letters and texts from the

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In the weeks before Chris Watts killed his pregnant wife, Shanann, and their two young daughters, he received love letters and texts from the woman he'd ultimately murder.

In a new documentary from Netflix, the letters and texts paint a picture of a woman willing to do anything for her husband, even as the couple's marriage turned rocky.

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Shanann Watts appeared to be fighting for her marriage up until she was murdered by her husband Chris Watts . Just a couple of weeks after the first trailer for American Murder: The Family Next Door was released, Netflix has a new sneak peek that sheds more light on a true crime that captivated the

A new true crime documentary on Netflix aims to shed light on the horrific Watts family murders. The special, titled “American Murder: The Family Next Door,” features newly revealed letters and texts between Chris Watts said when he went back to the truck, he used Celeste’s blanket to smother her .

The documentary, entitled American Murder: The Family Next Door, begins streaming on September 30. An exclusive clip is shown above.

(Tonight's episode of PEOPLE (the TV Show!) features an interview with the documentary's director, Jenny Popplewell.)

″I miss and love you so much,″ Shanann texted to Chris after learning that she was pregnant. ″I am still in shock that we are having a little boy! I am so excited and happy!″

a man and a woman smiling for the camera: Chris Watts, at left, with Shanann Watts © Provided by People Chris Watts, at left, with Shanann Watts

Shannan was 15 weeks pregnant at the time of her death.

To share the news of her pregnancy with Watts on May 29, Shanann donned a T-shirt with the words “Oops … we did it again,” and wore it in the video recording that she filmed as Watts came home that day. As Watts entered the home and approached her, the video shows him halting in mid-stride, breaking into a grin, and then walking up to Shanann and saying, “We did it again.”

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  'American Murder': 9 Most Shocking Things About the Watts Family Killings Documentary (Spoiler alert: Do not read on if you don't want to know what happens in Netflix's "American Murder.") On Aug. 13, 2018, Chris Watts murdered his pregnant wife Shanann and his two daughters, four-year-old Bella and three-year-old Celeste. Yet, it would take three months for him to tell authorities the true story of what transpired that night. "American Murder: The Family Next Door" is Netflix's newest true-crime doc that tells the story of the Watts family murders through body-cam footage, home videos, text messages, social media posts and interrogation room footage.

He revealed that the team behind the doc "made sure we were okay with them making it" before production began. "It also shows what her life was like before he came along and how happy she was with her beautiful family until Chris Watts as featured in new Netflix documentary 'American Murder'.

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Yet according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE, Watts told his mistress, Nichol Kessinger, that he didn’t know Shanann was pregnant until she was reported missing.  According to the documents, Watts told Kessinger the baby ″was not his" — though authorities have discounted Watts' claims of his wife's infidelity.

On August 13, 2018, Chris strangled Shanann, 34, in their Colorado home. Then he killed his daughters — Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3 — at his job site on an oil field.

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Watts was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Two years later, he is housed at Dodge Correctional Institution, a maximum-security prison, in Waupun, Wisconsin. (He was moved out of Colorado for security reasons.)

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  Chris Watts Is 'Triggered' by Netflix Documentary, Which 'Makes Him Feel a Lot of Shame': Source "American Murder: The Family Next Door" began streaming on September 30The documentary, entitled American Murder: The Family Next Door, began streaming on Netflix on September 30. It includes rarely-seen text messages and letters between Watts and his wife.

Chris Watts sent a woman love letters while keeping appearances as a family man. In texts with Addy, Shanann Watts revealed that her husband had told her he was “scared” about having a new baby With her crumbling marriage heavy on her mind, Shanann Watts went on a business trip to

RELATED: Chris and Shanann Watts ' Final Texts Before He Killed Her Are Revealed in New Netflix Doc . While Watts has not seen the documentary, the source tells PEOPLE that employees in the prison have been waiting to watch the 83-minute film. "There's a lot of curiosity about him in prison," says the

For 23 hours a day, Watts is on lockdown. He can leave his cell for a shower or exercise, but little else. When he is in his cell, he has little to do: He is allowed to have a Bible and family photos. He has photos of his family next to his bed.

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Last November, a source told PEOPLE that Watts had found religion in prison, and that he reflects on his sins daily. “A day doesn’t go by — a minute doesn’t go by — where he doesn’t think about his family,” the source said. ″He's in a hell of his own making.″

Watts proclaimed himself a “servant of God,” writing in a letter to his mother in June 2019, ″I’m still a Dad! I’m still a son! No matter what. Now, I can add servant of God to that mix!″

The letters revealed in American Murder show the trust that Shannan had placed in her husband.

″I will always fight for our marriage -- and you!″ she wrote in a handwritten letter. ″I love you baby with all my heart."

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The Netflix documentary American Murder: The Family Next Door begins streaming September 30.

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