Inspiration for his documentary Netflix became Chriss Watts, who killed his pregnant wife and their two children three years ago and then made him unknown. Watts’s case is quite reminiscent of murder of Caroline at Sweet waters, as well as Babis Anagnostopoulos so he, initially stated that his wife and children had disappeared and even appealed for evidence. When he was finally “betrayed” by security cameras, he confessed to the horrible murder, saying that he intended to leave with his mistress.
Chris Watts: What do the letters he receives in prison say?
This is not the first time a criminal has received letters of worship while in prison. The same, according to a ladbible article, happened to the infamous Ted Buddy and Charles Manson.
Chris Watts has been sentenced to three life sentences but that does not stop dozens of women from sending him love letters in prison. “In the bottom of my heart, I know you are wonderful and if you answer me, I will be the happiest woman in the world,” one woman wrote. “I think of you and I hope to make your days more beautiful,” writes another.
Hybrophilia: The sexual attraction to criminals
As Nancy Grace explains in her podcast, it is very common for criminals to receive letters and in fact there is a condition for sexual attraction to them: the hybrophilia.
“They are like those who fall in love with celebrities. “There is a lot of research on understanding women who fall in love with men who have been convicted of their crimes,” explains Dr. Bethany Marshall, a psychoanalyst. “It is said that these women may have grown up in violent families and confuse power and anger with love.”
Chris Watts’ story also became a Netflix documentary entitled “American Murder: The Family Next Door.”