One week before Chris Watts murdered his wife, Shanann Watts, and his two daughters, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, Nichol Kessinger — the woman he was having an affair with — was thinking about their future together.
So much so, on August 4, 2018, Kessinger “searched Google for wedding dresses” for over two hours, documents obtained by OK! disclose. Moreover, Kessinger also “searched Google on topics related to ‘marrying your mistress.’”
On August 19 — six days after Watts committed the heinous crime — Kessinger “searched the internet on topics related to Amber Frey (the mistress of Scott Peterson; he murdered his wife and unborn child). Her searches included Frey’s book deal, her net worth and ‘did people hate Amber Frey,’” the files …
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