Chris Watts' mistress sent him flirty voicemail before family murders were uncovered: 'I miss your face'
The 34-year-old Colorado oil worker killed his entire family—wife, Shanann Watts, who was 15 weeks pregnant, along with his two daughters aged three and four—in August last year
Chris Watts' mistress had reportedly left a giggly voicemail for the killer father before his brutal murders of his family were uncovered.
Watts, a 34-year-old Colorado oil worker, killed his entire family—wife, Shanann Watts, who was 15 weeks pregnant, along with his two daughters aged three and four—in August last year.
During the investigation into their deaths, it was discovered that he had been having an affair with a woman named Nichol Kessinger, and had told her he wanted to start a new life with her.
Watts is now serving a life sentence with no chance of parole in a Wisconsin prison.
A voicemail that Kessinger sent to Watts before the murders were discovered recently featured in the documentary series 'Lies, Crimes & Video' that covers Watts' case and his new life in prison, the Daily Mail reported.
Kessinger, in the voicemail, can be heard giggling, saying: "Hi, it's me. I miss your face. Call me when you can, I guess."
Ever since the discovery of the murders, Kessinger has distanced herself away from Watts, claiming that she had no idea of his murderous plan.
She has since changed jobs and moved homes in an effort to disassociate with him.
Watts, meanwhile, sent a letter to his mother from prison recently, claiming he does not harbor a desire to kill anymore, insisting that he is a "changed man."
"I'm still a Dad! I'm still a son! No matter what. Now, I can add servant of God to that mix!" he wrote in the letter.
Watts, ever since his incarceration, has garnered multiple twisted "female admirers" who find him good looking. Two of these admirers reportedly claimed that they visited the 34-year-old in the Wisconsin prison.
One of the women, who appeared in the docuseries, and identified herself as Anna, revealed how Watts spoke about his late wife: "When Chris talks to me about Shanann, he talks about how great she was and how much he loved her. Chris feels like he had a break in reality like he snapped, like he was demon-possessed."
While the second woman, who identified herself as Kate, claimed that she visited Watts two to three times a week at the prison.
Watts reportedly strangled his two children and dumped their bodies in two oil tankers. His wife Shanann’s body, however, was recovered from a shallow grave near the tankers.
Watts, after the revelation, was charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder, one count of unlawful termination of a pregnancy and three counts of tampering with a deceased human body.