True Crime: A Missouri man’s double life ends in murder

MONROE COUNTY, MO. — A Missouri man’s affair ended in the death of his fiancee. The trial was broadcast on Court TV and the story is now the subject of multiple true crime reports.

ABC’s 20/20 showed a real crime case in Missouri in January 2022. The full episode is available on Hulu and online. The episode is called “I now pronounce you dead.”

On a Friday night in April 2018, Glen McSparen was driving home from his mother’s home in Monroe County, Missouri, when he noticed a car pulled over to the side.

The road was a dark gravel road surrounded by woods, with a stream running through it. As he got closer, McSparen noticed someone lying on the street.

McSparen had discovered that Body of Molly Watson, 35. She had once been shot in the back of the head at close range. He claimed that when he dialed 911 he was advised to check for a pulse, but he already knew she was dead.

James Addie and Mollie Watson

When the police initiated investigations, they ruled out a failed robbery. Watson was spotted with her engagement ring. Tire marks matching Addie’s were all over the crime scene.

A marriage certificate with the names of her and her fiancee was discovered in the car. The man’s name is 51-year-old James Addie. Her wedding was to take place two days after her body was discovered.

According to her family, Watson enjoyed singing, making costumes, and posting video journals on YouTube. She was dying to marry Addie and had bought two wedding dresses because she couldn’t decide on one.

This would have been Watson’s second marriage. Her first marriage was annulled, but she became pregnant during the split. After that, she was in a romantic relationship with a former childhood friend, Amber Brady, which lasted about five years.

While they lived together, Watson took a new job at Moberly Area Correctional Center. There she met Addie, a law enforcement officer. Brady claimed she found the two together at a motel.

Molly’s brother Tim Watson explained in an ABC article that Molly is “deadly, absolutely in love” with Addie, who has been married four times.

After seven years of dating, Addie Watson proposed and the couple began planning their April 2018 wedding.

Police soon discovered that James Addie was living a double life and he was charged with murder. It’s obvious that Addie murdered Molly Watson. Watson’s body was recovered next to a creek bed in early 2018.

They had an affair behind closed doors for seven years before she tragically died two days before their wedding. Addie was married to his wife for 20 years but he was cheating on her. She had no idea.

On April 29, 2021, a jury found Addie guilty of all charges. A jury found Addie guilty First Degree Murder and criminal use of a firearm in Watson’s post-trial killing. In July he was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. True Crime: A Missouri man’s double life ends in murder

Sarah Y. Kim

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