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In 2018 an unimaginable crime hit the news and the name Chris Watts was plastered everywhere. Chris Watts, Shanann’s husband of 6 years. Chris Watts, the devoted father of Bella (age 4) and Celeste (Cece, age 3), and unborn son, Nico. Chris Watts, the man who murdered his family. I dive deeper into what was happening in Chris’ and Shanann’s lives at the time of the murder. What pushed a happy, devoted family man to turn into a distant, uninvolved man within a couple of months? Perhaps another woman? Chris and Nichol (Niki) Kessinger met at their workplace in the beginning of June 2018, by the end of that month the relationship had moved far beyond friendship. Had Chris fallen so hard for this new woman that he thought he needed to eliminate his family to make room for her? That theory is horrifying, but something or someone pushed Chris so far that even Belle’s last words, “Daddy, no”, had no effect on him.
Gargoyles, Freemasons, New World Order, Nazis, murals depicting the Apocalypse, underground bunkers for the rich and famous, aliens, and a 32-foot, 9,000-pound Mustang sculpture with glowing red eyes. Sounds like some eclectic museum, but these all tie together into the conspiracy theory of the Denver Airport. Listen as Beth covers the theories and next time you fly into or out of the Denver Airport, our guess is that you’ll be very interested in your surroundings.
Chris Watts with wife Shanann and daughters, Bella and Cece Photo; Facebook https://www.insideedition.com/shanann-watts-last-text-to-husband-chris-watts-before-he-killed-her-was-that-she-loved-him-61905
Chris Watts was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences with no possibility for parole plus 48 years for the unlawful termination of a pregnancy and 36 years for 3 charges of tampering with a deceased body. Photo: RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post https://www.denverpost.com/2018/11/05/christopher-watts-last-appearance/
“Blue Mustang” or known to people in the area as, “Blucifer”, was created by artist Luis Jimenez. Located at the Denver International Airport, it’s hard to miss with its vivid blue color and glowing red eyes. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Mustang
Peace and Harmony with Nature is one of the more “lighter” murals found on the walls of DIA. Photo: Jennifer Boyer https://www.uncovercolorado.com/denver-airport-art-meaning/
COCKTAIL: Airplane Mule https://www.thrillist.com/amphtml/how-to/how-to-make-cocktails-from-an-airplane-beverage-cart