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Two Bodies Thought To Be The Daughters Of Colorado Killer—Found

The bodies of two young children, believed to be the Colorado killer’s daughters, have been found.

The Town of Frederick Colorado released a statement on their Facebook page this Thursday, saying that police have reason to believe the bodies found are Bella, 4, and Celeste Watts, 3, the daughters of Shanann Watts, 34, and killer Chris Watts, 33.

Police added that the children were discovered near the body of Shannan, which was retrieved this Thursday.

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All the bodies were found in a property owned by Anadarko Petroleum—where Chris works.

“This is absolutely the worst possible outcome that anyone could imagine,” John Camper, director for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation told Fox News. "As horrible as this outcome is, our role now is to do everything we can to determine exactly what occurred."

As readers know, Shannan and her girls went missing this Monday. Sources close to the family said that Shannan—who was four months pregnant—had left her daughters with their dad over the weekend, and had gotten home at around 2:00 a.m. on Monday.

She had reportedly been getting ready to leave Chris, before he went on his vicious killing spree.

After days of pretending he didn’t know where his wife and children had disappeared to, Chris allegedly confessed to the murders this Wednesday and was arrested that night.

“Like, this house is not the same. Last night was traumatic,” he said. “Last night was — I can’t really stay in this house again with nobody here,” he told KUSA in an interview before confessing to his crime.

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In another interview with ABC, the psychotic murderer was caught continually laughing while describing his young daughters.

“I want everybody just to come home. Like, wherever they’re at, just come home. That’s what I want,” he said at the time.

Chris Watts was charged with three counts of murder this Thursday. It is unknown if he will be represented by an attorney.

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