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3rd child dies in Duxbury tragedy

  • Жарияланды 2023 ж. 26 Қаң.

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  • Mike Dees
    Mike Dees Ай бұрын +241

    That dad just lost EVERYTHING literally everything

    • Zoey Ro
      Zoey Ro Ай бұрын +1

      The sky’s also blue…

    • OfficialJOY 🙏🎶
      OfficialJOY 🙏🎶 Ай бұрын

      Not his Faith ❤🙏

    • Steve858
      Steve858 Ай бұрын

      ​@Pamela Jackson Its called reality

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      @Steve858 that sounds so cold. Andrea Yates' husband married again and got divorced ater one child (i think). Andrea Yates is still locked up. Killed their 5 kids. Famous case TX....Postpartum etc.

  • Steve Guy
    Steve Guy Ай бұрын +318

    I can't imagine what this Dad is going through.

    • Amora Blaine
      Amora Blaine Ай бұрын

      Yeah, especially because he dunnit and knows he's going down. For Cohasset, of all Satandoms.

    • N M
      N M Ай бұрын

      @P she had been under the care of a doctor for her ppd, going to continuous Dr. visits.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      @P how original. wtg einstein.

  • MnM
    MnM Ай бұрын +26

    Parenting is tough, especially when you have 3 young ones, but there’s help out there. Please don’t end their lives. 🙏🏼 Children are completely innocent.

    • skelley
      skelley Ай бұрын +4

      @Jessica Nicole So he’s there working at home. He goes out for 15 minutes. 15! And the minute he walks out the door, she pounces. Doesn’t attempt it while he’s there but the minute the door closes behind him, she gets psychotic? If she was “out of her mind” why didn’t a trusted family member take those babies for a while? I find it odd that she had enough sense to not start her rampage until he walks out the door 🤔

    • Jessica Nicole
      Jessica Nicole Ай бұрын +1

      She literally was out of her mind

    • McDonna
      McDonna Ай бұрын

      She tried to get help and her insurance denied her.

    • Claudia Diaz
      Claudia Diaz Ай бұрын

      @Pamela Jackson yes we know what happened. She had PPP

  • Ariston
    Ariston Ай бұрын +109

    My mother suffered from postpartum depression back in the early 1960s She threatened to kill my baby sister. My dad had her taken to the hospital and committed she had a psychotic break. She then had 42 ECT she was on antipsychotics and antidepressants and tranquilizers until the day she died at the age of 75. Luckily nothing happened to my sister. This is a serious medical emergency. There is no shame in asking for help if you are seriously depressed. I feel so bad that this happened to that family. I will keep the family in prayer.🙏🏻 I never could bring myself to ever have kids after I saw what happened to my mother I was too afraid!

    • Judy Sheppard
      Judy Sheppard Ай бұрын

      It was not posted Parfums depression though.

    • Jamie Fitzpatrick
      Jamie Fitzpatrick Ай бұрын

      She let you live, She gave birth to you....Never make excuses for Evil people who kill there kids

    • Ariston
      Ariston Ай бұрын +2

      @Kathy Wright Johnson Thank you for your concern😇. But that was long ago and far away. I am a very happy person. I married a man I love and we have been married going on 51 years. I also have siblings and tons of nieces and nephews as well as many many “ God” children. My spiritual children 😇💕❤️ God makes all things new🙏🏻…. I do not feel sad about not having kids but I do feel sad for moms who maybe have a sick or missing or errant child. I keep these mothers in my prayers. To feel envy because some else gave birth to a child wouldn’t do me one bit of good. I am at peace 😇 I have lived long enough to know that having kids doesn’t automatically make you “ happy” or keep a bad marriage together.

    • Ariston
      Ariston Ай бұрын +2

      @CloudzInMyIze🌦 This is very very tragic case. There are no winning sides here all involved have suffered and lost. Many opinions many emotions may run through our minds. It would be better to pray for all involved. No one here involved will come out a “ winner”. Again a very very tragic event.

    • Ariston
      Ariston Ай бұрын +2

      @CloudzInMyIze🌦 Unless we know the whole facts of the case we really can not make a true judgement . But I would not want to be a defendant in a court with jurors who did not have all the facts about the case. Before you can sentence someone you have to have a trial. When all the facts are weighed then a judgement can be rendered.

  • Darrmad
    Darrmad Ай бұрын +167

    My son is 14 and in 9th grade, his Classmate and friend Ava woods funeral is actually today. Her father shot her while she slept and then took his own life. It is gut wrenching to think about. God rest all these children.

    • Darrmad
      Darrmad Ай бұрын

      @M yep

    • M
      M Ай бұрын

      Was that in Baldwinsville? I'm so sorry 💔

    • 💜Pip and Lou's💚 Boos LPS
      💜Pip and Lou's💚 Boos LPS Ай бұрын

      @Aisha F. I am definitely NOT a Muslim. I am Christian, I just don't shove my own faith onto others and believe that we should care all human beings regardless of which religion they personally choose.

    • Aisha F.
      Aisha F. Ай бұрын +1

      @💜Pip and Lou's💚 Boos LPS if your a Muslim then why are you talking junk about Islam and telling Muslims to move out?

  • Cyxh
    Cyxh Ай бұрын +109

    It just shows that those smiles rarely show what’s really happening.

  • Steve858
    Steve858 Ай бұрын +15

    I don't understand why some murderers automatically get the crazy diagnosis. I think she knew what she was doing. This is pure evil

  • Anglena Waller
    Anglena Waller Ай бұрын +86

    This is a heartbreaking story and my prayers are with the family; such a tragedy...I had Postpartum Depression following the birth of both my sons and was hospitalized when my second born was 9 mos. old because I recognized the signs. Thank Jesus, PPD didn't cause me any psychosis or interfere with my ability to care for my babies. I have a very good friend who is an advocate for Perinatal Mental Health, Jennifer Hentz-Moyer, who wrote a book about her own journey with Postpartum Psychosis called "A Mother's Climb out of Darkness".

    • Sir Switch Crookington
      Sir Switch Crookington Ай бұрын

      @Pamela Jackson The delusional part was not particularly directed at you but hey, blame your feminist cohorts for being so crazy and saying so much crazy things that so many people are skeptical of them with immediacy.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      @Sir Switch Crookington debate is ok, insults are not. i do not respond to insults. only to say that i do not respond.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын +1

      @Marisa Martin the culture against women and women's specific problems needs to be looked at seriously. Our society still does not acknowledge the unique problems that women must face.

  • Anna D
    Anna D Ай бұрын +25

    I just felt my heart tear. I am so deeply sorry to see this devastating loss. No word in our languages can possibly describe the internal cry when an innocent child leaves this Earth.
    I cannot imagine what the family, friends, treating team, entire community, and everyone else involved, be going through right now. This is a human tragedy that will bring anyone to their knees.
    I pray that you will all unite in this moment of sorrow and support one another in any way you can.
    This could happen to anyone, but more often, people who suffered trauma as children, or people whose parents or grandparents suffered traumatic events, are lifelong carriers of these silent epigenetic traumas. They are more sensitive to hormonal and environmental changes. None of us are immune to the tentacles of trauma.
    If you are in an abusive or severely stressful situation - leave (safely). It is having an impact on generations ahead of you. It is altering your brain, your genetic expression, your hormones. Young brains are much more sensitive than an adult’s.
    There are many places you can get help. Walk into a hospital, a police station, call one of many services dedicated or the very least, call 911 if you are struggling.
    Do it even if you don’t know what to say.
    They will help. If not, hang up and call the number again and again, until a helpful person answers.

    • Kathy Wright Johnson
      Kathy Wright Johnson Ай бұрын

      I lost my husband to suicide. In fact, today, January 29. Happens to be our 14th anniversary. He died Dec 2,2013. I had him for almost five years. Depression is a mother. Please seek help. Suicide not only destroys their life but the ones they left behind. It snowballs into future generations and it needs to be fixed.

  • Toys surprise
    Toys surprise Ай бұрын +13

    All the murderers are not in the right mind when they murder. There is no excuse.

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын +1

      50 million aborted so far. No surprise here

  • Violet Jessop
    Violet Jessop Ай бұрын +214

    Looking at pics on the mom's facebook page shows a loving mother of well cared for & happy looking children. If this is the result of postpartum depression, once the mom becomes lucid enough to hear what happened I don't think she will ever recover. Sending prayers for the Dad that he find strength & comfort from family & friends. What a sad sad sad ending to a young family. 💔

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын +1

      i am praying this family gets privacy and some degree of peace in the coming weeks. The media reactions are appalling, the things people are saying are very cruel and toxic.

    • Beka Harrell
      Beka Harrell Ай бұрын

      @alliluvsizzy you insulted me. Typical projection.

  • Cheryl Denkins
    Cheryl Denkins Ай бұрын +41

    In the early 1950's my parents lived in Michigan. A lady that lived down the street offered my mother her children. My childless mom was later devastated to learn that the lady sent her tweens to the movies and drowned the baby in the bathtub before putting her her own in the gas oven and killing herself. My parents adopted me in 1958. Until she died my mom hurt because she didn't take those kids. PPD is a terrible thing.

    • Kathy Wright Johnson
      Kathy Wright Johnson Ай бұрын +4

      What a horrible story. I bet that really played on your mom's life for a very long time. I see your mom did get you and so she did know what it was like to share her love with you. Parenthood is a gift and a blessing. How could your mom have known her neighbor would do that. Your mom would have had to of gone through the whole adoption process if she did take those kids. It's not like you can just give your kids to the neighbors. There are legal matters to deal with. As she knew if she adopted you. That is one thing each of us has to live with. The pain of loss is something we can't escape. But boy the pain in losing your child is unbearable. I have lost one child.

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      50 million aborted. No surprise here

    • Cheryl Denkins
      Cheryl Denkins Ай бұрын +3

      @TheDyingMeme6 it was in Detroit. She sent them to the movie theater to watch a movie. She killed the baby and herself while the older children were at the movies.

    • Fawn
      Fawn Ай бұрын +6

      @TheDyingMeme6 parents would drop their kid off at the movie theater..

    • TheDyingMeme6
      TheDyingMeme6 Ай бұрын +2

      What does 'sent them to the movies' mean?? I do not mean to sound rude, im just curious

  • Micheal Daye
    Micheal Daye Ай бұрын +31

    I think that these type of cases are really a sign of the times that we are in. People are losing hope living in to stressful situations .There is a fine line between sanity and insanity. This is my belief.

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын +1

      Always making excuses for each other. She did it. No excuses.

    • Piper Lori
      Piper Lori Ай бұрын

      @Maria Pina Exactly!!!

    • Maria Pina
      Maria Pina Ай бұрын +1

      Maybe because of the society we live in we should choose not to have three young children back to back. Just saying. A lot of women are battling all types of trauma with no support and they don’t kill their children.

    • Mary Anne Evans
      Mary Anne Evans Ай бұрын

      @Tonya Brookes this!!!

  • TheMonica82
    TheMonica82 Ай бұрын +17

    Nooo... Since he survived I thought that he would pull through..😥 My goodness this is heartbreaking news! I've read some horrible stories this past month and new year - but this really tugged at my heart and i couldn't help but shed a tear... I Can't imagine what that Father is feeling.. Lord Jesus Please Comfort and Touch that father and keep him in Your Peace.. Amen..🙏🏽❤️🙏🏽
    I wish the mom had sought help! What a Tragedy!
    My Condolences to the Father, family, loved ones, friends, medical staff, Police officers.and Community...🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

    • BBE
      BBE Ай бұрын

      I read the mom had severe postpartum psychosis. They have a break from reality and are suicidal. It’s just so terribly tragic and heartbreaking for all their loved ones! I hope doctors and nurses are educating every mom to be about this. Such a beautiful family. 💔💔💔💔💔

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      2Timothy chapter 3 The last days. 50 million aborted so far. Planned Parenthood 🤟

  • Phyllis Thompson
    Phyllis Thompson Ай бұрын +14

    Heartbreaking! My condolences to the family! It’s a tough one.

  • Kathy Wright Johnson
    Kathy Wright Johnson Ай бұрын +1

    That breaks my heart for the father. I don't know how he will come through this without losing his mind. Prayers for his family.

    • Kathy Wright Johnson
      Kathy Wright Johnson Ай бұрын +1

      He forgives her now. But he is numb. There will be a day when the rage he feels for the loss of his family will come to a head. There are phases to loss and we all go through them. The first year after my husband's suicide was a blur. I was in a fog. But boy oh boy the second year was brutal. It almost destroyed my family. I was in a rage for the way he left me. That he did it in our home. That I was the one to find him. All came boiling up. If it weren't for the family I have in church, my personal family would have been destroyed for ever. It's been nine years now and I forgive Rick. Today, Jan 29 just so happens to be our 14th anniversary. So he has been on my mind a lot today. I pray he handles his loss better than I did. I pray for her as well. God if anyone needs help right now it's her.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын +1

      he has stated he has forgiven her. he asks the public to forgive her too. its in the news today, long article with all of his comments to the press.

  • Bad Cat Mad Cat
    Bad Cat Mad Cat Ай бұрын +149

    After my son was born I suffered in silence with severe postpartum depression for 10 months and finally sought help. It’s not your fault, it’s nothing to be ashamed of, and it’s not a failure on anyone’s part. Don’t wait for it to get better, ask your doctor for help, please.

    • TW
      TW Ай бұрын +1

      @Change okay then it was possibly PPP. Why are you nitpicking?

    • Roringu Sanda
      Roringu Sanda Ай бұрын +1

      @Change it does cause some to kill, or to commit suicide, it's well proven.

  • Mike Ellis
    Mike Ellis Ай бұрын +31

    I'm really lost for words, sorry to everyone involved.

  • WeThePeople
    WeThePeople Ай бұрын +19

    PPD is a real issue and there needs to be more, easily accessible resources for those presenting with early symptoms....cuz, THIS is sometimes, the end result. We've seen it before and, to think this could've been prevented is absolutely heart wrenching.

  • Deborah Maupin
    Deborah Maupin Ай бұрын +30

    RIP sweet angels....so sorry this happened to you 😭🙏💔

  • Wendy Jones
    Wendy Jones Ай бұрын

    I hope he recovers despite the injuries. He has so much more to live for.

    • Wut?????
      Wut????? Ай бұрын +1

      He died Title of video u mor on

  • Lynne Paulocsak
    Lynne Paulocsak Ай бұрын

    Those poor children, that poor father and even though this may not be a popular opinion, that poor mother. When she gets well and pulled out of this psychosis she'll have to live with this for the rest of her life. Those children were absolutely beautiful. This is beyond gut wrenching. I had ppd but not post partem psychosis. I never wanted to hurt my kids, just myself. This is real and very scary.

  • Zarah McLauren
    Zarah McLauren Ай бұрын +45

    elsewhere a woman commented that she too was diagnosed with PPD, her family had her institutionalized for therapy and that that decision saved her life.......perhaps her children as well. I can't get over what it had to be like as those precious little children were strangled! Really have a hard time feeling sympathy for anyone but those children.

    • Dio Brando
      Dio Brando Ай бұрын +2

      @Tonya Brookes because she was getting better, hiding her symptoms and they even had a nanny and 5 times a week therapy.
      She did it on her own, fully knowing what would happen.
      She didn’t do it when her husband was around, knowing fully well she would get beaten down.
      She didn’t do it with her nanny around.
      But the moment her husband leaves for just 25 minutes is when she decides to kill her kids. She was fully aware of it and any sympathy towards her is crazy.

    • Tonya Brookes
      Tonya Brookes Ай бұрын +2

      @Wandering Soul I do wonder why her husband felt safe leaving her alone with the kids. I guess maybe he didn't realize how ill she was? Its just confusing how she could be so unwell & no one sensed it

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      @Wandering Soul i had no idea she was in treatment 5 days a week, possibly meds caused this?? it wouldn't be the first time. That being said, i think it's so sad that her or his family wasn't keeping an eye on her for support and strategies when she was alone with the kids. This is a huge tragedy at so many levels. RIP to the kids. Familly photos are being shown now, they were so adorable.

  • TJ
    TJ  Ай бұрын +4

    So so sad 😞 Rest In Peace little ones 🙏🏾♥️

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      Rest in peace next to the 50 million aborted so far 🤟

  • Dirk Diggler
    Dirk Diggler Ай бұрын +11

    My son is autistic and it's really hard trying to raise him as I get frustrated and lose patience sometimes but I could never imagine hurting him. It's not his fault and I love my children more than anything. Rip to the little ones and condolences to that poor father.

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      LoL 😂 Dirk....just throwing stuff out there to see what sticks

    • Jordan Justus-Herring
      Jordan Justus-Herring Ай бұрын

      @Hannah "Symptoms of postpartum psychosis can include:
      Delusions or strange beliefs
      Hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that aren’t there)
      Feeling very irritated
      Decreased need for or inability to sleep
      Paranoia and suspiciousness
      Rapid mood swings
      Difficulty communicating at times"

    • Jordan Justus-Herring
      Jordan Justus-Herring Ай бұрын

      @Hannah she has been diagnosed. PPD and PPP are two very different things. My coach in hIgh school was killed by his wife who had PPP.

    • Dirk Diggler
      Dirk Diggler Ай бұрын

      @Hannah Ok well I'm sorry they didn't get the help she needed before this tragedy happened.

  • C M Tippens
    C M Tippens Ай бұрын +12

    Since at least 2001, when Andrea Yates drowned her kids, we've been hearing these stories and saying things like the woman said in this story, "If something good can come from this, it's that it'll put more focus on mental health issues.". Then we have people killed by police and others because they were behaving in scary ways and a possible danger to others when all they needed was medical treatment. And the same words come up, "more focus on mental health".
    A six-year-old willfully and purposely shoots his teacher, and mental health care gets mentioned again.
    As someone who has mental health challenges, I look at these situations and wonder when that focus is going to turn into caring, dedicated mental health care for all that need it.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын +1

      it's always been around, i had two cases in my neighborhood growing up of mom suicides (toddler kids) but they only killed themselves. A third mom killed herself and her teen daughter---have no idea what caused that only to say she must have been a desperately sick woman in one way or another. 1960's and 1970.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын +2

      @Ka2z i feel the same as you on all of the above, and thank YOU for chatting.

  • Jennifer Sutton
    Jennifer Sutton Ай бұрын

    Very sad😢Sending my condolences to the family 🙏

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      Condolences to the 50 million aborted so far 🤟

  • Scarlett Troquille
    Scarlett Troquille Ай бұрын +18

    My God , Mom's, Ladies, Girls , and Guys if you see any mother or Women or Kids Struggling in anyway..Please Help immediately with anything 🌹 a little help goes a long way ,

    • Alexander L
      Alexander L Ай бұрын

      "Hey so I'm not really feeling too included in your comment so.....mEN aLso StUggLe, cOPe "

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын +1

      Planned Parenthood 🤟

  • Lori Witmer
    Lori Witmer Ай бұрын +69

    I am speechless. I just don't understand. RIP little ones.

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      Women do this all the time. Planned Parenthood 🤟

    • Isabela Mogosanu
      Isabela Mogosanu Ай бұрын

      @Epistemology yeah exactly. She was insane.

    • Isabela Mogosanu
      Isabela Mogosanu Ай бұрын

      @Shaolin Soldier absolutely nothing to do with this post. Forced birther

  • Joe
    Joe Ай бұрын +1

    Happened down the street from where I grew up. What a tragedy. Poor father.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      same here THREE TIMES...two were suicides (moms) and the third killed herself and her pre-teen daughter. The two suicides had toddlers and just went mental after their births. I remember all of them, i remember how they acted, it was scary, i was a teen.

  • ihateintros
    ihateintros Ай бұрын

    They look like a picture perfect family. Post partum psychosis is real and so are other mental health issues. Too bad she didn't get the help she needed in time. I cannot imagine how the husband's feeling to lose his entire family in the blink of an eye.

  • Bob Laughter
    Bob Laughter Ай бұрын +22

    Wow! So sad and my condolences go out to the family of this tragedy. I don't know much about PPD and I'm sure it's horrible but the mom needs to be locked up IMO

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      my guess is that she will be locked up, but this is a horribly sad situation and in today's news, the husband has gone public. He asks that the public FORGIVE HER. And he states that he has forgiven her already. What else can he do? The public is full of hateful comments and judgment. Andrea Yates, who killed all 5 kids is still locked up and will be for years. I hope the husband gets some privacy now. I hope the PPD topic gets more national attention.

    • Ashleigh
      Ashleigh Ай бұрын +1

      I’d encourage you to learn and provide compassion if you know someone whose struggling with it. Perhaps if enough of us bystanders are aware, there can be support/intervention before someone completely loses their mind and their children

  • Corina Klies
    Corina Klies Ай бұрын +22

    Holding the children in my heart.

  • Miss Morena
    Miss Morena Ай бұрын

    My prayers for all. This is heart breaking.

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      50 million aborted so far. Heartbreaking 🤟

  • Brandy
    Brandy Ай бұрын +45

    Our mental health programs need a huge reform. From mothers suffering from a very real postpartum depression to kids killing kids, this will not stop until the stigma is removed and better mental health services are available.

    • Brandy
      Brandy Ай бұрын +1

      @SPLΔSIVΞ i agree with what you said except responsibility or accountability. I suffered from it after my third baby. And i got help. Like i said, the stigma has to be removed. People are afraid to ask for help because of how it “looks” and that needs to stop. Having kids changes a lot of things in a womans body. Not just the physical features. It also can create chemical imbalances and those who have family histories are much higher on the list.

  • Sherry Kelley
    Sherry Kelley Ай бұрын

    So sorry for the family. Her husband needs so much care now.

  • Mary Valentine
    Mary Valentine Ай бұрын +3

    Sorry for the loss rip little angels, I am sending prayers n healing taughts 🙏

  • Beka Harrell
    Beka Harrell Ай бұрын +7

    Tears and prayers for everyone!!! 😭😭😭😭😭💗🙏🙏🙏🙏💕💕💕💕💕💕❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Coobroobloob
    Coobroobloob Ай бұрын +3

    No, you don't tell your children unless they were in very close proximity in life to the oldest girl, or are older and would hear about it somehow. Little children don't need to be exposed to something so horrible.

  • Eduardo
    Eduardo Ай бұрын

    Rest in Peace 🕊

  • Heaven of the saints
    Heaven of the saints Ай бұрын

    Rest in peace Cora, Dawson, Callan 💐

  • Nas and family....
    Nas and family.... Ай бұрын

    I have kids that age UNBELIEVABLE PAIN!!!

  • Xarmy Vet
    Xarmy Vet Ай бұрын +15

    Prayers to her and her children sad she resorted to these actions and felt helpless truly sad wish her the best in her mental health and physical self

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын +1

      50 million aborted so far 🤟

    • Ashleigh
      Ashleigh Ай бұрын +1

      @Mia C Just a friendly reminder that logic and rationality can’t be applied to severe depression and psychosis. If it could, we would have no mental illness. This is an issue that won’t go away unless it’s treated with compassion. Making early intervention available and being understanding to mothers who are going through PPD is the ONLY way to prevent more losses like this one from happening.

    • Ophelia Pain
      Ophelia Pain Ай бұрын

      @Mia C lol disgusting

    • Mia C
      Mia C Ай бұрын +3

      She needs to learn to deal with life. Lot of people have it worse than middle class life and caring husband

    • Impossibly Black
      Impossibly Black Ай бұрын +7

      @Tom Conlin Naw, she needs the chair.

  • Olli West
    Olli West Ай бұрын +4

    "Tragedy"... This is how they label this? HOLD HER ACCOUNTABLE

  • Damary
    Damary Ай бұрын +13

    I read it takes 4-5 minutes for a human being to die of strangulation. To kill the person you would have to continue to apply pressure sufficient to strangulate for about 4-5 min in order to ensure death…probably longer in some cases.
    That is why it is one of the more horrible and harshly punished murders. It takes a long time to do. You have a minimum of 3-6 min to sit there quietly with the person unconscious squeezing with time to stop and reconsider. It’s not a trigger pull instant decision. It’s a process. You can’t argue self defense or heat of the moment with strangulation. If the husband was gone 25 minutes only? How can she have done all this to all them 3 babies?? Without having a change of heart makes no sense. People are quick to throw mental health and not think logically. The only victims here are those kids.

    • E W
      E W Ай бұрын +2

      Sick, I think it was Andrea Yates she also waited for her husband to leave for work and murdered the children. 💔

  • Objection_23and1
    Objection_23and1 Ай бұрын

    My mom had postpartum depression so bad that it broke up her marriage, ruined her life to this day. Postpartum depression/ psychosis is very serious and no joke. She appeared to be getting help but that was not enough 😞

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      50 million aborted so far. Not surprised 🤟

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      sorry about that-i knew 3 women who did not survive it. it's a taboo subject still yet but people refuse to believe it's still taboo and it's a condition that carries a stigma....the mentally ill in general are all stigmatized and many hide and keep their pain hidden in their homes if they are llucky enough to have one. The mental health crisis is real. Maybe you have head of the group called NAMI....they are helpful. My ex son in law got involved with a psychotic woman who later had his child and became more psychotic, it's chaos and all of the kids involved are so helpless. It's all sad stuff. The people on here who are name calling should be ashamed of themselves.

  • Diana
    Diana Ай бұрын

    Prayers for everyone

  • As I AM
    As I AM Ай бұрын +22

    She’s getting so much sympathy in the comment section after murdering her children I wonder why

    • E W
      E W Ай бұрын

      As I Am 👏💯

    • V40
      V40 Ай бұрын +3

      Pssy pass

    • Mortal Coils
      Mortal Coils Ай бұрын

      @Ophelia Pain That was a nice rant but I have no idea what you are actually trying to convey.

  • MFY
    MFY Ай бұрын

    In tears 😢 heartbreaking 💔

  • Theresa Lyonhart
    Theresa Lyonhart Ай бұрын +18

    Heartbreaking. My heart hurts for all of them. I pray PPD gets the attention it needs. So many people don’t understand that it’s the body’s response to hormones gone wild. It’s very real. Just a tragedy.🥺

    • Αρκαδικό αστέρι
      Αρκαδικό αστέρι Ай бұрын +3

      @Pamela Jackson No one wants to respect someone who murdered three children.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      @Alexander L bishes is not a word. And the word it lamely "copies" is used in anti-female references. The topic is heinous and disturbing, try some respect.

  • Fluffy Dog
    Fluffy Dog Ай бұрын +3

    Post Partum depression isn't anything to ignore. I almost waited too late to talk to my doctor after my son was born. I thought I was just a bad mom!!

  • DJR
    DJR Ай бұрын +14

    The one shred of hope for that dad, is gone.

  • Jane
    Jane Ай бұрын +22

    There should be more attention to post partum depression. No words cannot describe this tragedy. My heart is so sad for everyone involved. I feel in my heart that she was overwhelmed and no one realized it. This country has to wake up to very important issues like this one. People who are suffering do not speak out because they feel they will be judged and then they go into deep depression. We use to be such a compassionate country and it still is but not enough. Our politicians for the most part only care about money and power. Horrible things happen like this because money is their god.

    • hum
      hum Ай бұрын

      @Shaolin Soldier can’t murder what doesn’t have life 🤟

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      @hum planned Parenthood X 50 million 🤟

    • hum
      hum Ай бұрын

      @Shaolin Soldier congrats on functioning in society with a room temp IQ, impressive! 🤟

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      @hum nothing. Just like there's nothing wrong with this lady murking her kids. 🤟

    • hum
      hum Ай бұрын

      @Shaolin Soldier whats wrong with abortion?

  • SciCurious
    SciCurious Ай бұрын +3

    I had postpartum psychosis following the birth of my second kid and it was indescribably terrible.
    When I attended college years earlier, I took numerous courses on general biology and neurology so I knew that what I was experiencing was my brain going haywire.
    This all lasted about 5 months before I improved.
    If this happens to you, hang in there. You will be normal again. All you need to do is get through one day at a time and give yourself credit every night for accomplishing one more day on this earth.

  • Miss Leader
    Miss Leader Ай бұрын +4

    This woman acted out of psychotic and tragic desperation. How terrifying to think that a trusted midwife and by all accounts loving mother could be overtaken by insanity.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      @Shaolin Soldier terrible comment y'all don't even know me. Keep it to yourself jack.

    • Pamela Jackson
      Pamela Jackson Ай бұрын

      @Shaolin Soldier not related to this story.

  • Catania Momma Italia
    Catania Momma Italia Ай бұрын +1

    OMGOODNESS this is so tragic. PRAY FOR THIS FAMILY!

  • Lynette Dundon
    Lynette Dundon Ай бұрын +28

    For the mother...I don't know what is worse; living with the memory of killing your children, or dying and standing before God with what you've done. So sad. RIP to the little angels.

    • Aisha F.
      Aisha F. Ай бұрын

      @Shaolin Soldier reported

    • Aisha F.
      Aisha F. Ай бұрын

      @Isabela Mogosanu astaghfirullah who hurt you? What caused you to be so racist? You are bringing shame to all Christian's.

  • Victoria Ann
    Victoria Ann Ай бұрын

    So so sad. My heart with this poor family

  • giovanni Anjilow
    giovanni Anjilow Ай бұрын +10

    God Bless the Children

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын +1

      Bless the 50 million aborted so far 🤟

  • Nick E
    Nick E Ай бұрын

    I hate it for the father, the rest of the family.... such a shame....

  • MDBLee Corporan
    MDBLee Corporan Ай бұрын

    My daughter has been dealing with post pardum depression for a long time. The kids go to Renner Elementary in Sioux falls south Dakota. The father makes it worse. The principal of the school doesn't care even though the kids are obviously being affected. I pray they live through it. I'm concerned for their lives but it falls on deaf ears

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      50 million aborted so far. Keep on trucking 🤟

    • Tonya Brookes
      Tonya Brookes Ай бұрын +1

      You need to reach out to their doctors or to social services

  • Lyn Beck
    Lyn Beck Ай бұрын +4

    Terrible tragedy for this family

  • Tammy Boatrite
    Tammy Boatrite Ай бұрын +13

    Mental health in this country is awful 😢

  • Snoop Eastwood
    Snoop Eastwood Ай бұрын +1

    She actually slit their wrists and throats then hung them according to first responders but it's being reported that she strangled them because they don't want to make it seem as bad as it really was. Told directly from someone who works at the hospital that the mother is being detained at.

  • Mary Gonzales
    Mary Gonzales Ай бұрын

    Jesus Have Mercy,. May they all rest in peace. My deepest condolences to all

  • Ivy Poison
    Ivy Poison Ай бұрын +2

    Omg....I feel so bad for the dad and family members. I am lost for words. If you go to talk to someone please make sure they are good at what they do. So just try to pump you with pills. Very important to know what's in the food your eating. The stuff in some of these foods is not ok. It should be illegal

  • Mr Scrappz
    Mr Scrappz Ай бұрын +6

    Everyone saying it'd "postpartum depression", bro, she litterally woke up and realized she's going to have to deal with screaming, crying children for the next 21 years, and thought she would be able to go back to that "club/party life" of she got rid of the kids. Weird how the murdering mother is getting so much sympathy...

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier 26 күн бұрын

      50 million aborted so far 🤟 Cheers

    • R G
      R G Ай бұрын

      It’s absolutely sickening how she is getting sympathy and treated like a victim. The only victims are the innocent children!!

    • Chaotic Truth Live
      Chaotic Truth Live Ай бұрын


    • E W
      E W Ай бұрын +2

      What an injustice to those innocent children. Look at Casey Anthony living her best life right now. She just wanted to hurt the father, she was probably jealous of his love for the kids in her sick mind. Jealous because the kids took his attention away from her. She's not getting an ounce of sympathy from me, don't care. Andrea Yates killed her kids years ago, she waited also for the father to leave. Soon as he left she grabbed those kids and drowned them in the tub, one child tried to run after he saw what she was doing and she chased that child and dragged him to the tub and drowned him. She positioned their body's on the bed and called 911. Officers collapsed when they arrived.

  • Jeff Hess
    Jeff Hess Ай бұрын

    🕊🙏🕊RIP MY 3 LITTLE ONES🕊🙏🕊

  • TuckerSP2011
    TuckerSP2011 Ай бұрын +8

    It's very sad that even with 5 day a week PPD counseling and her husband working from home, that this would still have happened. I can't even imagine the pain this mother, father, extended family and community are going through. 🙏🏼

    • E W
      E W Ай бұрын

      Maybe she wasn't that severe, you know in some crimes people suddenly become temporarily insane. Normal day in the home, everyone's happy, he said he will run and get some food and comes back..She could have murdered them to hurt the father, taking parental alienation to a whole new level, jealous of his love for his children and in her mind the children took his attention away from her. In one case I saw a mother text the father, "You kissed the baby goodbye dismorning before you left for work but you didn't kiss me." Yet the father and mother woke up at the same time and got ready for work at the same time, drove to work together. Would meet up during the work day for lunch, etc...pick each other up after work, drive home together. When she got home she would go to sleep and not engage with the children. But she didn't want the father to have the children at all.

    • TuckerSP2011
      TuckerSP2011 Ай бұрын +4

      @Rollotomasi’s Lawyer I agree with you. If she was that severe that her husband couldn't leave her alone with them for 25 minutes, the children should have been placed with a family member or social services temporarily.

    • Rollotomasi’s Lawyer
      Rollotomasi’s Lawyer Ай бұрын +7

      At the first sign of the disorder, the children must immediately be taken away. That may seem harsh but the children’s lives are more important then the mother’s emotional wellbeing. We had to watch this same horror show here in Texas with the Andrea Yates, child murders.

  • Muriel Holtquist
    Muriel Holtquist Ай бұрын

    May they rest in peace 🕊️🕊️🕊️🙏🙏

  • L B
    L B Ай бұрын +2

    This is totally insane! I can’t rap my mind around the mental illness of parents that take the lives of their innocent children!
    More needs to be done about post pardon depression! Noticing the signs early, help from family members in this area when they see “something off” and take custody of the children until the mother’s condition improve under medical supervision! This would help save the lives of these innocent children!
    Praying 🙏 for all the mothers of post Parton depression…it’s a very serious illness that effect the lives of the innocent 😢❤️✝️

  • BabyGirl1
    BabyGirl1 Ай бұрын

    R.I.P. Dear Babies 🥀🌹❤️🌹💔❤️🥀

  • Ruthann Caldwell
    Ruthann Caldwell Ай бұрын

    There are no words 😢 💔 my heart is broken 💔

  • Maria Nunes
    Maria Nunes Ай бұрын +4

    The society is going crazy....

  • Mr Scrappz
    Mr Scrappz Ай бұрын +4

    Amazing how I'm forced to watch two, 30 second (UNSKIPABLE) ad's before I'm allowed to hear a news report about a child's death..

  • rncine
    rncine Ай бұрын +4

    Nothing will come out of this because the states have cut funding for mental hospitals and facilities. They have closed so many mental institutions nationwide, that’s why we are in a crisis! RIP those beautiful children and prayers for the mother. BTW, the husband had to know something was going on with his wife😞

    • Adrienne M
      Adrienne M 29 күн бұрын +1

      @MaybeMableMaples I can't be wrong if I've been there and others have too. It depends on insurance maybe but when I was suffering, I got help I needed

    • rncine
      rncine Ай бұрын

      @E Cas I’m so sorry to hear that about your ex. I’m a cardiovascular nurse that specializes in Lyme Disease for the last 20 yrs. Since you live in Mass. please have him checked for Lyme by a blood test called Western Blot, don’t let them give him Elisa blood test that is not sensitive enough.
      You have no idea how many patients I have that had psychiatric problems and it turned out they were suffering from Lyme Disease. I had patients that were suffering from manic- depression, dementia, schizophrenia etc. They were stabilized with antibiotics but some needed psych meds to normalize their life. Also many of my patients never knew they had a tick bite and sone of their Lyme test came back normal in the beginning. Good Luck

    • E Cas
      E Cas Ай бұрын

      Massachusetts has terrible mental health facilities, they don’t hold you for long enough to stabilize you. My ex was in psychosis from a manic episode, he was in the hospital for 3 weeks was released still full blown manic episode. I don’t know if it’s lack of resources or what, but it’s not enough.

    • Ashleigh
      Ashleigh Ай бұрын +2

      I live in Massachusetts and work in the mental health field. There’s a giant therapist/psychiatrist shortage. The sad truth is that even in a “medical state” like MA, there’s so many quacks that will just prescribe pills and make the whole thing worse instead of working with their patients and truly listening to them without dismissal.

  • Kenny Black
    Kenny Black Ай бұрын

    I don't believe it could have been anybody for one second. This is a monster as far as I'm concerned.

  • JustAGirlinTN
    JustAGirlinTN Ай бұрын +6

    So very sad. I don’t quite understand the mom saying “That could have been me.” Very confused by this.

    • JustAGirlinTN
      JustAGirlinTN Ай бұрын

      @RB oh I didn’t know she had that! I missed it somehow. And I agree with what you said. I’ve never had postpartum depression but I do understand depression from firsthand knowledge.

    • RB
      RB Ай бұрын +5

      Post partum depression is impossible to understand until it happens to you.

  • melanie smith
    melanie smith Ай бұрын +8

    The father wrote a statement on FB and he wants everybody to forgive Lindsay... I don't understand this at all. He said her condition worsened over time. Meanwhile, he leaves for 25 minutes and they already raised over 600K for him. My heart goes out to those 3 beautiful babies that didn't deserve to be strangled.

    • E W
      E W Ай бұрын

      Trauma bond

    • Alexander L
      Alexander L Ай бұрын +2

      Yeah he wants to forgive her because it wasn't her fault. Postmortem depression fluctuating with her hormones is to blame. She had zero control over her actions.

  • Jim B
    Jim B Ай бұрын

    Sorry to hear that. My goodness .

  • Logan Senkier
    Logan Senkier Ай бұрын +71

    These comments are jokes. So blaming PPD for strangling 3 kids like it’s just some accident? Strangling someone takes so much as you have to be face to face with the victim and wait until they completely stop moving. Yes ppd is real but stop acting like her ppd is excusable to murder 3 children it’s honestly disgusting.

    • Olli West
      Olli West Ай бұрын +1

      @Jonathan Devereaux Yes! Excellent point.

    • Olli West
      Olli West Ай бұрын +1

      @Brandy Newman Do you have that SAME energy for a male war vet that has ptsd and commits a crime? What if he committed the same crime? Would you try to "explain" away his HORRIFIC actions?

    • Olli West
      Olli West Ай бұрын +1

      FINALLY! Somebody said it. The majority of the comments on this video are acting as if it was just a "thing" that happened. This adult femme DELETED her children. How the f*ck are excuses being made before accountability? Smh. Sick

    NUNNA URBIZNEZ Ай бұрын +6

    The comments are really interesting. It seems like there is a lot of room for forgiveness for this woman but a similar story where a woman killed her 3 week old infant and was obviously suffering post partum psychosis people were ready to give her the chair. People are right, once she came out of the psychosis, she didn't have any memory or understanding of why she did what she did and her family was beside themselves for seeing her in her psychotic break and not realizing she could hurt the baby.

  • KicKaSS
    KicKaSS Ай бұрын

    I didn't believe my wife when she told me about post-partum...She suffered quite much until she got help and she bounced back really quickly after getting it.
    Post-partum should be much more studied and paid attention to, it is very serious and very tragic...

  • Flora Childress
    Flora Childress Ай бұрын +1

    World going crazy. God help us🙏💕

  • Eva
    Eva Ай бұрын

    Very sad event. RIP those angels. Post PARTum is real. It happens more then we think. I had it, lasted for 30 days. Why don’t doctors take action of some kind?

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      50 million aborted kids RIP 🤟

    • Claude Reinges
      Claude Reinges Ай бұрын +1

      I would have to say if they don't know about it what a person is going through then they cant treat it so freaking sad my heart breaks for these children

  • Dani23 Dani
    Dani23 Dani Ай бұрын

    Oh my RIP!!

  • erin fredericks
    erin fredericks Ай бұрын +9

    How many times do we have to hear these cases before post partum is taken seriously?

    • Isabela Mogosanu
      Isabela Mogosanu Ай бұрын

      @Epistemology treatment- hospitalization, medication, etc.

    • erin fredericks
      erin fredericks Ай бұрын +6

      @Epistemology They can't be left alone that's for starters. We know so little. Idk the answer but my mother suffered it with my younger brother and she would send me to the neighbors house. Then I with my son but I never had violent thoughts.

    • Epistemology
      Epistemology Ай бұрын +1

      True but what exactly are we supposed to do?

  • Maverick Duke
    Maverick Duke Ай бұрын

    Andrea Yates all over again...
    Rest in Divine embrace little angels.❤❤❤🙏🙏🙏

  • jerome corcoran
    jerome corcoran Ай бұрын +12

    May God wrap His arms around this tragic moment. 🙏🙏

    • MyMusiclover28
      MyMusiclover28 Ай бұрын +3

      A religious person would tell you that god doesn’t intervene because people have free will. Now, if that is true, why do they ask for anything if they know there won’t be “divine intervention”? If people have free will, god won’t change anything even though god is supposedly omnipotent (all-powerful) omnipresent (he’s everywhere) and also omniscient (he is aware of the past/present and future). A convoluted logic created by men that makes absolutely no sense.
      Also, people ask god for things to happen/not happen everyday. If what they ask happens, it’s divine intervention. If it doesn’t happen; god works in “mysterious ways” and they must accept god’s will for he has a plan. Win-win situation that covers all bases 🙄

    • Neutrality
      Neutrality Ай бұрын +4

      Where was god when she was strangling those children? I just do not understand religion. 😢

  • Regulus Aldebaran
    Regulus Aldebaran Ай бұрын

    She will have to live with this…. It’s sad

  • Boris
    Boris Ай бұрын

    Shocking!!! I wish Duxbury was like the town of Chillingbourne - no homicides ever!!! 💔💔💔

  • Chad W.
    Chad W. Ай бұрын +5

    If they have the death penalty where she is, she should get it without question.

    • E W
      E W Ай бұрын


  • Kyle Reese
    Kyle Reese Ай бұрын +9

    It’s mind blowing how many idiotic degenerates are actually blaming the dad. The guy went to get take out food for everyone. He comes back and his kids are dead.
    God I hate society

  • Maria Pina
    Maria Pina Ай бұрын

    This is so sad. My heart goes out to those children. What I don’t understand is why the men don’t face charges? You must know your wife is going through something and yet you have another child? There was another woman, in NY that killed her three young children. When I looked her up o found a pic of her looking crazy lying on a hospital bed being rolled somewhere. She wasn’t cute and I’m sure she didn’t live in a cute house in the suburbs. At the end of the day this woman took 3 lives and she needs to pay for that:

    • Shaolin Soldier
      Shaolin Soldier Ай бұрын

      Sad indeed. 50 million aborted so far 🤟

  • M B
    M B Ай бұрын +11


  • Agape Love
    Agape Love Ай бұрын +3

    The news just keeps getting worse, so many killings!! 😭😭😭😭