In November 2018, Colorado husband and father Chris Watts pleaded guilty to the August murders of his pregnant wife, Shan’ann, and daughters, 3-year-old Celeste and 4-year-old Bella, after having previously attempted to place the blame on Shan’ann for their children’s deaths.

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Shan’ann’s mother, Sandy Rzucek, lives in North Carolina. She claims that the morning her daughter and grandchildren were killed - before anyone knew they were missing - she woke up family members in her home to tell them that she felt something was wrong with Shan’ann.

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Shan’ann’s mother, Sandy Rzucek, lives in North Carolina. She claims that the morning her daughter and grandchildren were killed - before anyone knew they were missing - she woke up family members in her home to tell them that she felt something was wrong with Shan’ann.

After authorities found her daughter’s body, a few days after her and the girls’ disappearance, Sandy says she felt Shan’ann’s presence in her home. “I felt her, and I heard her say, ‘I love you, Mommy, and I’m sorry.’”

Sandy claims she received another visitation from Shan’ann and her children after Celeste and Bella’s bodies were recovered. Watch the video above to hear her describe the experience.

Chris Watts recently was recorded disclosing what he claims happened the night he killed his wife and children.

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In a Dr. Phil exclusive airing Monday, Shan’ann’s parents, Sandy and Frank Rzucek Sr., along with her brother, Frankie, sit down with Dr. Phil to discuss their reactions to what they’ve learned from Watts’ confession.

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Check here to find out where you can watch Monday’s episode.  

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