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Evil killer Chris Watts is receiving racy love letters in jail as he serves a life sentence for killing his wife and two daughters.
Prosecutors have released dozens of letters sent to the man who murdered his family according to ABC7, with one woman writing: "In my heart, I know you are a great guy.
"If you do write me back I'd be the happiest girl alive, that's for sure #teamchris #chrisisinnocent #lovehim #socute."
Another sent a saucy picture of herself wearing a bikini alongside the note: "I've found myself thinking a lot about you." She said the hoped the scantily-clad image would "brighten" his day.
Watts admitted murdering his pregnant wife Shanann as well as their daughters Bella, four, and Celeste, three, in 2018.
He shoved his daughters' bodies in a crude oil tank while Shanann was buried in a shallow grave nearby in Colorado, USA.
Watts avoided the death penalty on the request of his wife's family, although capital punishment was later abolished in the state anyway. He is serving five life sentences without the possibility of parole in Dodge Correctional Institution, Wisconsin.
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He had been having an affair with his colleague Nichol Kessinger.
Another fan wrote to him: "I feel this connection to you."
There have been many stories of people who have formed attractions to evil killers over the years, notably Ted Bundy and Charles Manson.
Speaking on her podcast Crime Stories about Watts, Nancy Grace said: "My point is, who are these nuts that are 'in love' with him?
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"He didn't have a trial, he pled guilty under oath, he admitted he's guilty. He's not innocent deep, deep down inside.
"Who are these people?"
Psychoanalyst Dr Bethany Marshall said: "They are not so different from fanatics who fall in love with celebrities.
"There are some similar features. But I think it's a little deeper than that."
After the hit Netflix documentary American Murder: The Family Next Door was released, Watts received an influx of letters.
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A source told People: "He got a lot of letters at first. Many of them are from women who thought he was handsome and felt compassion for him.
"He had nothing better to do, so he wrote them back. And he started having pen pals. A couple of them stood out, and they've kept in contact.
"But then he gets letters from women who want to connect with him, you know, romantically. He responds because he doesn't have anything better to do."
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