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The Devil Beside Me: The Chris Watts Story - Husband, Father, Killer

The Devil Beside Me: The Chris Watts Story - Husband, Father, Killer

Author: Dr. Phil McGraw

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Dr. Phil McGraw takes an in-depth look at crime cases and investigations with bizarre circumstances. As someone who has trained as a forensic psychologist and has worked over 40 years to help profile criminals in numerous cases , Dr Phil will provide new insights into the most intriguing cases as you’ve never heard before. The series has all the twists and turns of a mystery but with expert psychoanalysis as only Dr. Phil can deliver. More info: https://www.drphilpodcasts.com/

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Colorado husband and father Chris Watts confessed to killing his family and is now serving five consecutive life sentences for the deaths of his pregnant wife and two small daughters. “But there are still even more unbelievable revelations to come,” says Dr. Phil. The final episode of ‘‘The Devil Beside Me: The Chris Watts Story” Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil
Convicted Colorado killer Chris Watts is currently serving out consecutive life sentences for the August 2018 murders of his pregnant wife, Shan’ann, daughters, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3. Charged with nine counts, Watts pleaded guilty in a deal to ensure he would not face the death penalty. But did Watts commit a crime of passion, or were the murders premeditated? What additional evidence have investigators found? Episode 4 of “The Devil Beside Me: The Chris Watts story - Husband, Father, Killer” Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil. For more: https://www.drphilpodcasts.com/
In episode 3 of “The Devil Beside Me: The Chris Watts Story: Husband, Father, Killer” – Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil, Chris makes a second shocking confession. Will he finally reveal what he did to his family? Behind the cheery family photos and social media posts, there was apparently hidden resentment, tension and strife. Dr. Phil explores unanswered questions about Chris’s behavior, his crumbling marriage, and the woman he was having an affair with.
Chris Watts confesses to killing his wife after SHE allegedly killed their kids. Chris's mistress is revealed, and I talk to Shan'ann's family. 
Shan’ann Watts, a pregnant mother of two little girls, was strangled to death by her husband, Chris Watts, in August 2018, before he smothered their children. Months later, Chris allegedly made a horrifying jailhouse confession, detailing the murders to Colorado authorities. Hear the details of that confession on “The Devil Beside Me: The Chris Watts Story - Husband, Father, Killer” on a brand new “Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil”
When 7-year-old Kyron Horman vanished without a trace after a school science fair in 2010, authorities in Portland launched what was later determined to be one of the most expensive missing person cases in Oregon’s history. Nearly a decade later, Kyron is still missing and the questions remain: what happened to the boy and is there any chance he might still be alive? In the fifth and final chapter of Into Thin Air: The Mysterious Disappearance of Kyron Horman, “Mystery and Murder: Analysis By Dr. Phil,” learn why Kyron’s parents, Kane Horman and Desiree Young both say they’ve never given up hope.
Seven-year-old Kyron Horman without a trace after his school science fair nine years ago. His parents, Kane and Desiree say they believe Kyron’s stepmother, Terri, knows what happened to him, but Terri denies having any knowledge of Kyron’s whereabouts.  In episode 4 of “Into Thin Air: The Mysterious Disappearance of Kyron Horman,” Dr. Phil reviews grand jury official testimonies, and explores new revelations into the ground search efforts for Kyron in the days and weeks after he disappeared. Plus, did lawsuits filed by both Kane and Desiree ultimately change the direction of the investigation into their son’s disappearance? For more information: https://www.drphilpodcasts.com/
Kyron Horman vanished nine years ago without a trace after his school science fair. His parents say they believe his stepmother, Terri, knows what happened to him. Terri denies any wrongdoing.On this week’s episode 3 of Into Thin Air: The Mysterious Disappearance of Kyron Horman, “Mystery and Murder: Analysis By Dr. Phil,” Dr. Phil reviews Terri Horman’s Facebook post that caused more speculation just four days after 7-year-old Kyron disappeared. Plus, what happened during her third polygraph exam?
How could a 7-year-old seemingly vanish into thin air?  It’s been nine years since Kyron Horman disappeared. In Part 2 of Into Thin Air: The Mysterious Disappearance of Kyron Horman Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil. Kyron Horman's mother, Desiree says it was nearly 8 hours after her child was last seen that she first learned he hadn’t shown up for school that day in 2010. Plus, who was the adult close to the missing child who twice failed a polygraph? For more: https://www.drphilpodcasts.com/
Seven-year-old Kyron Horman went missing from his Oregon elementary school in 2010 after his school science fair. Kyron’s father waited at the bus stop, but Kyron never got off the bus and has never been seen again.It’s the haunting question everyone’s asking - how could a 7-year-old seemingly vanish into thin air? Episode one, Into Thin Air: The Mysterious Disappearance of Kyron Horman on this week’s "Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil.” 
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lorna major

I listened to all 5 of The Devil Beside Me in a day. And all I can say is WOW!

Nov 16th
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Steve Harrison

shocking production values, considering how much money this cunt makes.

Nov 15th
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erie k

I have a hard time concentrating on Phil's voice with the loud music in the background

Nov 15th
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Johane Mc Duff

These stupid people who "forgave" him are NOT the victims therefore they CANNOT forgive him! How dare they speak for the victims!!

Nov 15th
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E Meany

You lost me, Dr. Phil, when you claim the family is to blame for being inadequate when someone commits suicide. (Because if they were worth living for, it wouldn't have happened) Depression is a disease, you know this, and no amount of "good family" can fix it.

Nov 15th
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Cathy Young

video?

Nov 14th
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Cathy Young

I'm new. Is there suppose to be video with the podcast?

Nov 14th
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Dianna W

these women need therapy

Nov 14th
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JM CPSHW

I cant do it. I cant go any farther. Stopped at 39 mins. not sure if that where he explains what he did to the babies but Im sickened by what he did to his wife. This podcast should be heard Dr. Phil does an amazing job of explaining what to look for and what is goin on in the mind of a sociopath without glorifying him. Thats all I need to know I have 5 kids and 2 of them are girls. I will make them aware

Nov 12th
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Heather Boylen

Do most schools contact the parents if they aren’t absent ? I know they did in highs school but that would be at the end of the day

Nov 12th
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tami jobe

I was married to the exact same narcissist behaviours coming from my now ex husband for 7 years. Thankfully, I got out in time or the DA said they were going to find me dead one day. He has went on and remarried. His now wife is afraid for her life, same actions, only it seems he has gotten better at manipulation. Run if u meet anyone with these characteristics that Dr. Phil explains. He gives exactly; like no one else, exact details of the behaviours and actions they will show. Finally I could play these podcast and people finally get it! Thank You.

Nov 12th
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Johane Mc Duff

Yeah...hiring a lawyer doesn't mean you've done something wrong. If I felt police were pressuring me into saying something that wasn't true, I would hire a lawyer in a heartbeat!

Nov 9th
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Johane Mc Duff

So the police get a call about a missing child and it takes them an hour to get there?! Jesus Christ! even I know that time is of the essence in child abduction cases and I'm in no way connected to law enforcement! Too many incompetent and stupid people working in law enforcement!

Nov 9th
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Abbe Durham

Those babies. I'm just absolutely sick to my stomach thinking of those precious babies. I just can't wrap my head around it.

Nov 7th
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Doug Northrup

This guy's voice is too annoying and he sounds like he's reading to preschool children. There are 'adult' podcasts on the topic. Don't waste your time on this amateurish wannabe!

Nov 6th
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Nicole Heath

is anyone else having trouble hearing the police confession? Bad audio. Not sure if it was that bad from the actual tape or from editing.

Nov 5th
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Johane Mc Duff

Deedee is dead because she was a child abuser and her victim had enough and saw no other way out but to kill her abuser.

Nov 4th
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Johane Mc Duff

LOL!! adding an "e" at the end of Blanchard does change the pronounciation but not like DeeDee would've wanted you to believe.

Nov 4th
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Mike Christopher

kaydela@aol.com I agree. It's like Clyde Lewis from Ground Zero. His wife Jeannie (goes by J. D.) has a podcast now, she is soooo insufferable! I can't stand to listen to her, even with Clyde as her guest! I'm sure he loves her and I can't blame him for promoting her show? But she is waaay too annoying and uninformed for me!:) lol

Nov 3rd
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Severo Jimenez

everyone click on my face to check out my channel I just uploaded first video more will come in the future

Nov 2nd
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