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The Unforgivables
The Watts Tapes
A true crime podcast that doesn't bullsh**. The facts and the motives explained—in depth. Prison interviews, first hand accounts and reliable sources. It's what makes true crime worth listening to. On August 13, 2018 Shanann Watts and her two daughters Bella and Celeste would be reported missing. Her husband Chris Watts would ultimately be convicted of their murders. But the how, and the why still remain a mystery. Some may know how this story ends — but not how it began.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 568 ratings
I came across this podcast after watching the Chris Watts documentary on Netflix. This podcast provided more in depth information about the events leading up to Chris’s arrest. The end of this season was a little abrupt and I would have liked some commentary at the end, but still can’t wait for...Read full review »
Em_ily11 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/20/20
Throwing around a lot of unfounded inuendo. I think they call this “yelliw
Ezra Chuck via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/18/20
Great podcast by the producers. Well thought out and great come together at the end.
Anystin Jade via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/17/20
Recent Episodes
Manson: The Experiment
Published 10/07/20
In this final episode of the The Watts Tapes we look into the events following Chris Watts arrest for the murder of his two daughters four-year-old Bella and three-year-old Celeste, as well as his pregnant wife Shan'ann — and unborn son Niko. 
Published 09/24/20
After a brief hiatus due to recent developments, production is back underway. In the 8th chapter of The Watts Tapes we review the FBI interrogation breakthrough that lead to Chris Watts' first confession — But not the last. Using the police...
Published 05/11/20
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