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Netflix Documentary Exposes the Murderer Next Door

Netflix’s shocking documentary released this fall, “American Murder: The Family Next Door,” delves into the story of a Colorado man, Christopher Watts, who brutally murdered his pregnant wife, Shanann, and their two daughters, 4-year-old Bella and 3-year-old Celeste, in cold blood, and then left their lifeless bodies in an oil field where he was employed.


This well-produced documentary, by Knickerbockerglory, earned a 4.3 star rating, and over 50 million views, showing clearly how many people are enjoying it and how fast it got popular.       Photo courtesy of Ghaith Baazaoui

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RT @MBU_AT: CALLING ALL CERTIFIED ATHLETIC TRAINERS We still have a full time position open. We are looking to fill is ASAP!

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RT @MBU_AT: Come join our team! We are looking for an assistant athletic trainer to start January 2nd! Email Meredith.dill@mobap.edu for mo…

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