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There’s something strange in the Google Neighborhood – regarding the Watts case and the latest book – who you gonna call?

When you Google “Chris Watts”, have a look which news agencies are covering the latest information about the the new book.

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  1. richard

    Maybe the UK is late to the Chris Watts party but I also expect that the letters were leaked in the Daily Mail first possibly screws the Google search results too

  2. JC

    Welp, nothing about this in Denver area news, not even the Longmont Times Call in Weld County. Are they afraid of a backlash from people in the area that don’t want to hear anything he has to say? Is it too “tabloid” for them?

    • nickvdl

      The latter.

  3. Shannon

    I read that there are ghosts in the house now.

  4. Shannon


  5. Mystery Maniac

    I am no defender of Chris Watts, but the way this book was conceived and then produced under duplicitous means does affect its credibility. Add to that the fact that Watts himself is a highly untrustworthy source, and I can see why many, including the media, may view this as a typical tabloid money-grab.

  6. ncam619

    Can you clarify what you mean by it was “produced under duplicitous means”? Just curious

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