VIDEO: Patrick Frazee’s mistress reveals shocking details of how he murdered fiancee


Patrick Frazee beat his fiancee to death after claiming he wanted to have her identify the scent of a candle, blindfolding her with a sweater and then bludgeoning her with a baseball bat, said a law enforcement official.

Gregg Slater testified in court on Tuesday that Frazee killed Berreth on Thanksgiving and then called his mistress Krystal Lee Kenney, telling her that ‘she had a mess to clean up.’

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Krystal then drove 13 hours overnight from Idaho to Colorado, where she cleaned Berreth’s blood-soaked house for four hours, it is claimed.

Frazee meanwhile left the murder scene to have Thanksgiving dinner with his family and then allegedly returned to collect Berreth’s body and burn it on a pile of haystacks at a nearby farm said Slater.

Prior to that, Frazee had asked Krystal to kill Berreth four times, and she almost carried out those orders on two occasions, said Slater.

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