Christopher Watts is the northern Colorado (Frederick, Colorado) man who is accused of murdering his pregnant wife (Shannan Watts) and two young daughters on the morning of August 13th, 2018. The day after this Denver ABC 7 interview aired, Chris Watts admitted to killing his wife when he claimed his wife was murdering his two young daughters (Bella Watts and Celeste Watts). His wife’s body was found in shallow grave in an eastern Colorado oil field where Chris worked and his two daughters were found dumped in an oil tank.
I live in South Denver; I’m 1 hour south from where all this happened, so this episode of Body Language of a Liar quite literally hits close to home.
From his own admission, we know Chris murdered his wife, but did he also murder his two young daughters? Let’s now get into analyzing his body language during this Denver 7 interview to find out what he’s subconsciously telling us.
What can we conclude? Chris Watts admitted to killing his wife (Shannan Watts), so let’s just focus on whether or not he killed his two daughters or should we believe his story that he caught his wife killing them and killed her in an attempt to possibly save them. Based on his severe lack of emotion especially during those key situations and the hiding of bodies, I think it appears he sadly wanted his family dead and in that interview he seemed to be satisfied with the outcome.
If you think Chris Watts was the one who murdered his two daughters, give this video a thumbs up. If you think he didn’t murder his children and it was possible Shannan Watts, then give it a thumbs down.
In the comments below: What do you think was the motive for the murders?
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