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Entertainment 'He Hasn’t Touched Me All Week': Doc Examines Shanann Watts’ Worries About Marriage Before Murders

03:26  01 october  2020
03:26  01 october  2020 Source:   people.com

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“ He hasn ’ t touched me all week , kissed me, talked to me except for when I’m trying to figure out what is wrong,” Shanann explained in a text, according to KDVR Her friend tried to soothe her, to no avail. Shanann’s worries about her marriage had eaten up her confidence in Chris and their bond together.

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Days before she was murdered by her husband, 34-year-old Shanann Watts reached out to a friend and shared her growing concerns about her marriage -- but she never suspected she was in danger.

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

Chris Watts, then 33, had grown distant from his family and was seeing a new woman. Shanann was trying to make sense of it all.

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He confessed to murdering Shanann around the same time that her shallow grave was discovered in a Colorado oil field. In a lengthy text message sent exactly one week before she was murdered , Shanann detailed what had led to the end of her fraught relationship between Cindy and Ronnie Watts .

“He has changed. I don’t know who he is,” she texted a friend on Aug. 7, 2018.  Six days later, she was dead -- strangled at the hands of her own husband.

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

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.)

In a new documentary from Netflix, newly revealed letters and texts show that Shanann had no idea that her marriage would soon turn deadly. The documentary, entitled American Murder: The Family Next Door, began streaming on September 30.

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Documents from the investigation into the murder of Shanann Watts reveal that she was planning a romantic getaway in the days before she was murdered by her husband Chris. Hours later, the girls and their mother Shannan were all murdered in the house, and their bodies disposed of at Cervi 6-29.

Reports from the investigation into the murders of Shanann, Bella and Celeste Watts reveal that Nichol Kessinger spent over two hours searching the The felon's bride: Kessinger spent two hours searching the internet for wedding dresses a week before Chris Watts murdered his family (pair above on a trip

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“He hasn’t touched me all week, kissed me, talked to me except for when I’m trying to figure out what is wrong,” Shanann explained in another text. “We’ve never had a problem in our relationship like this. No joke. NEVER. THIS IS TOTAL LEFT FIELD.”

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

“I just want to cry,” she wrote.

Her friend tried to soothe her, to no avail. Shanann’s worries about her marriage had eaten up her confidence in Chris and their bond together.

“What if he really doesn’t love me anymore?!” she texted, adding, “He said we are not compatible anymore! He refused to hug me after he said he will try to ‘work’ it out! Said he thought another baby would fix his feelings. Said, he refused couples counseling.”

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a person holding a baby posing for the camera: Shanann Watts/Netflix/2020 © Provided by People Shanann Watts/Netflix/2020

Shanann was expecting a son they planned to name Niko. “This baby in my belly deserves his full love,” she texted her friend, who had advised her to go through Chris’ phone for signs of infidelity. “Only thing I can think of even though I don’t think he has it in him is another girl."

Weeks earlier, while she was in North Carolina visiting her family with daughters Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, she wrote to Chris: “l realized during this trip what’s missing in our relationship! lt’s only one way emotions and feelings. I can’t come back like this. I need you to meet me halfway. You don’t consider others at all, nor think about others' feelings.”

But Chris was already involved in an affair: He had become intimate with an unwitting co-worker who believed he was getting a divorce from his wife.

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