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And think -- family members say the children had recently started opening up about what they remembered the last time they saw their mother.
Susan Powell's sister Denise Cox was aware of that and joins us live from Seattle as well ms.
Cox very sorry.
Won't tell us to the degree you can what you knew about what was going all of these kids.
They you're opening up to my parents they're opening up to me they -- Being boys again they were playing and starting to love life again and not be so fearful about what they can say what they could say.
Who picked specifically.
-- -- we know that there'd been the picture drawn of mommy and a vehicle.
Tell tell us whatever else you you think might give inside.
Boy and they said that in those suits you know.
But in the -- so go there and then telling them mommy will.
Looking for crystals and she didn't come back or mommy was in a mine.
Obvious that maybe.
Where there and they were coherent -- and just -- something to her.
That you're you're convinced just it's something to her in the past you've said that it's your belief that he that he drugged her.
-- -- what in my -- that your belief.
For one he has -- have heard made dinner or done anything nice for her he believes.
His father him believe women are inferior so.
They -- he would not lift a finger to help her.
You know today for it for anything and -- he made when I was told he made them dinner that night that was the first.
First red flag right there.
That was a red blood of terror right.
-- did you speak with him about any of this did you ever have conversations I know that he had professed great parenting skills in the days before he apparently killed his kids.
Yeah -- now but when I.
Right after they went missing there's a candlelight vigil at my church and he showed up with.
Charlie and I asked him if I could -- see Charlie -- Because I haven't seen either one of the boys -- when.
He actually let me see Charlie I was grateful.
But wondering why would he bring out Charlie.
Will it was pouring rain is really cold.
And -- run the boys play with fire -- let him play with a candle.
Josh Powell's sister Alina.
Left a note that says none of us -- anticipated the devastating tragedy that took place Sunday.
But what this on -- -- loss shows is that hate.
Will never end well hate kills with what.
To which hate is she referring.
I believe she thinks that we hate that we -- Josh.
That's the very beginning we did not suspect any thing and -- hill.
Well other than me and my parents tonight is suspect anything and tell Josh would not cooperate with the police because he was a man who always I would say -- man I'd say boy.
-- -- -- -- -- -- And -- way he's done.
A man's acts it's it a little boys acts and what he's done is this is unimaginable.
For any man to do.
And -- I would I believe he was responsible he is the kind of person.
Who will not.
Stop talking and he believes he knows everything about everything and when he was quiet.
That was another red flag that he knew something he had done something because he was not talking anyway not cooperating.
And then he moved to about a month in I think was maybe less than a month.
After she went missing -- to another state knowing full well where she was in that she's not coming back.
The missing mom's sister Susan Powell's sister to these -- -- -- from Seattle.
-- so very sorry thank you for being here.
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