• Nichol Kessinger

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    Birth Name Nichol Kessinger
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    Gender Female
    Birth Country United States of America
    Nationality American
    Ethnicity White
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    Education Colorado State University

    In August, Chris Watts murdered his pregnant wife Shanann and daughters Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3. The dead bodies of Chris Watts ‘ wife and two girls found at the bottom of an oil tank near his place of work. He allegedly told his wife on the night he murdered his family that he was having an affair with a co-worker and that he wanted a divorce. The woman’s identity he had an issue with has remained unknown to this day. Watts faces murder charges related to the death of his wife and daughters. He’s due to be sentenced Monday to life in jail. In this case, his aunt, Nichol Kessinger, was identified as a witness.

    Who exactly is Nichol Kessinger?

    Kessinger left largely out of the spotlight after Watts was arrested and charged with the killings of his wife and daughters. She made an accurate statement to the Colorado Investigation Bureau. After Watts had been arrested, he moved away from Colorado and news of her being in the Testimony Protection Program to begin. Nevertheless, she never was legally a “witness” at a trial because she never appeared before a Court of Law.

    Nichol Kessinger Initial Life

    Nichol Kessinger graduated from Colorado State University with a B.S. in 2013, according to her now-deleted LinkedIn profile. In the field of geology. She also had an Associate Degree in Science from Aurora Community College, where she concentrated on Geological and Earth Sciences and Geosciences. She’d worked her way up from a bookkeeper position to a field engineer over the past decade. She has also previously worked with Halliburton. She’s lived in Fort Collins, Littleton, Denver, and Aurora for most of her life in Colorado.

    Kessinger thought she was going to marry Watts.

    Researchers looked through the history of search in Kessinger’s Google and found different searches of her role as the wedding dress of Watts. One sentence she found was “a person with whom I have a business saying he would leave his wife,” and “wedding your mistress” and shopping online wedding dress windows also formed a significant part of her search. Nevertheless, Kessinger distanced herself from her and met with the police shortly after Watts was arrested and charged.

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