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Psycho Narc Chris Watts: Double Life, Triple Homicide

Narrated by: Laura Cone
Length: 7 mins
3 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Former journalist Laura Cone examines the Chris Watts case. 

A possible triple homicide. A double life. What did Thrive direct marketer Shan’ann Watts miss? What do we all miss when we are blinded by charming psychopaths? Why is this case so important for the man or woman who keeps going back to a narcissist or psychopath? Was Chris a collapsed narcissist who came unhinged after an alleged gay affair? 

Laura Cone looks at the body language, television interviews, and videos that tell the story of a narcissist intent on shifting the blame by accusing his deceased wife of strangling their two daughters.

©2018 Laura Cone (P)2018 Laura Cone

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This was a complete waste, not worth the credits!

Didnt notice it was only 7 min when purchased. It gave zero insight. Narrator was terrible, stumbling over words. Do Not Purchase!

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sharp and deep

a thinking person's audio book. shorter than i would have liked, but still worth it, though probably not worth a credit given the short (14 minute) length. the point of this is that psychopaths wear masks and those masks are often courtesy of disney or disney-like organizations. which is consistent with the disney-people i have known personally, all of whom were phonies.

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insightful and irreverent

The book is more about how psychopaths hide behind pop culture, synthetic identities, such as Disney supplies to Americans en masse. The idea generalizes. People who go on vacations just to take selfies, people who virtue-signal---all of these people, the author is telling us, are psychopaths or mini-psychopaths, and occasionally one of them show his true colors, Chris Watts. Clever book.

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More about Disney than about Chris Watts

The point of this book is that Disney is a place where psychopaths try to launder their souls, Chris Watts merely being a case in point. The author could have been a little more direct about that, but it was a spirited and fun little listen (great narration too). The other reviewers were not responding to the content. They were reacting to the fact that a sacred icon of theirs had been bashed---and rightly so, as this little book demonstrates. Give it a chance.

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not worth spending a credit

just spent a credit to hear a paragraph of nothing substantial being read - waste of time

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Not with the money. Don't bother buying. Very sh

not with buying. Very shorty and non informative. waste of money. nothing new and you'll bee greatly disappointed.

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a brilliant vignette

very insightful, the author really understands people of this personality-type. looking forward to more by her.

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