The Murdaugh Intergenerational Trauma; Psychopaths Side by Side: Chris Watts x Dr.Jack Boyle EP #77

Moving Past Murder Episode #77 highlights include:


• This episode also features a segment of my Psychopath Showdown episode, comparing my father Dr. Jack Boyle to Chris Watts.


Chris Watts is a name that has become synonymous with one of the most shocking and tragic crimes in recent memory. The case began to unfold in August of 2018, when Watts reported his wife Shanann and their two daughters, Bella and Celeste, missing from their home in Frederick, Colorado. He later confessed to killing all three of them and disposing of their bodies in a nearby oil field where he worked.


• Kansas City Chiefs win the Super Bowl!


• The Battle for a Media Empire: The Unscripted Story of Sumner Redstone and the Rise of Power and Corruption. In their new book, Unscripted: The Epic Battle for a Media Empire, James B. Stewart and Rachel Abrams chronicle the successes and failures of Redstone and his troubled domain.


• The Murder of Chad Entzel: The Shocking Story of Nikki Sue Entzel’s Betrayal

Nikki Sue Entzel was once a loving wife until she met her lover Earl Howard, and decided to take matters into her own hands. In 2019, Nikki and her lover murdered her husband, Chad Entzel, and tried to cover it up as a suicide.

Today, Chad’s mother and sister read their victim’s impact statements, calling her out for her lies and betrayal.

The sentencing for Nikki Sue Entzel has been pushed until March 6, 2023, when she will finally face justice for her crimes. The case serves as a reminder of the destructive power of betrayal and the importance of seeking justice for victims of crime.


* The Murdaugh Trial: The State’s Case rests

On day 20 of the trial, the state presented a comprehensive timeline that revealed inconsistencies in Murdaugh’s statements to authorities. The state also revealed a possible new motive for the murder: in May 2021, Maggie was concerned about drug use and researching pills online after finding several bags of pills in Murdaugh’s computer bag.


• Intergenerational Trauma and the Legacy of The Murdaugh Family

PMPED, the law firm founded by Randolph Murdaugh Sr. in 1910, has been a fixture in Hampton as a one-person law firm for over a century. However, the legacy of the firm is shrouded in controversy and scandal.

Recent findings suggest that Randolph Murdaugh Sr. may have committed suicide in a train accident, rather than the accident being purely accidental. This revelation sheds light on the possible origins of the intergenerational trauma that has plagued the Murdaugh family for generations.


Additional sources for the information presented in this episode:

There is a fantastic video from Dr. John Matthias, forensic psychologist and co-host of Hidden True Crime, on the Murdaugh legacy of trauma here:


Article from Greenville News on the accident’s benefit to Murdaugh dynasty:


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