"He hates knowing that it's out there, but realizing that he will never see it."
Released last September 30, the new documentary ‘American Murder: The Family Next Door’ is being called by viewers as “one of the hardest things” they’ve ever seen on Netflix as it detailed the chilling story behind how Colorado man Chris Watts murdered his pregnant wife Shannan and their two daughters Celeste, 3, and Bella, 4, in August of 2018.
Despite initial denials and showing fake concern over their disappearance, Chris eventually pleaded guilty to their murders, admitting that he buried Shannan in a shallow grave and hid his girls’ bodies in oil tanks where he works.
Now serving five life sentences, Chris isn’t exactly thrilled about the idea that his deed has once again resurfaced to a wider audience.
People recently published an article, quoting a source close to the convicted killer as saying:
“He hates knowing that it’s out there, but realizing that he will never see it.”
Meanwhile, another source claimed that Chris had to “relive a lot of what happened” because of the new documentary.
The source said:
“He hates not knowing what people are seeing about his private communications.
“Not that he wants to spend that time watching the darkest days of his life, but he wants to know what the documentary looks like and how it tells the story.”
Meanwhile, Frankie Rzucek, the brother of Shannan, took upon himself to post on Facebook, writing that the documentary “shows what her life was like before [Chris] came along, and how happy she was with her beautiful family until he cheated and turned into a different person and became that monster.”
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