Christopher Watts continues to be a bigger monster than any of us could have ever imagined.

If you been in hibernation and have not heard of Christopher Watts be thankful. Watts is currently serving several life sentences for taking the life of his pregnant wife Shanann and two young daughters, Bella and Celeste.

Attorney Steven Lambert who is representing Shanann's family with a wrongful death suit disclosed some horrific new information while being interviewed by Dr. Phil earlier this week.

FBI and the Frederick Police Department interviewed Watts where this subject has brought more understanding to Lambert after the interview he explained.

It's bad enough to know that this man killed his family but to find out that the two little girls were still alive after Christopher Watts killed Shanann is unbelievable.

Lambert explains that Watts' daughter Bella had walked in on her dad while he was wrapping her mommy up in a sheet to dispose of her.

Lambert stated that Bella had asked, "What are you doing with Mommy?" According to Lambert Christopher Watts told Bella: "mommy is sick and we need to take her to the hospital to make her better."

After loading Shanann's body in his truck and getting the girls in the car they drove for 45 minutes to an oil field where he buried Shanann and her unborn baby and then ends up killing his daughters at this point as well.

Bless these babies hearts. I can't even imagine something this gruesome. Lambert explains that he killed Celeste first.

Chris Watts had described in detail that he smothered 3-year-old Celeste first as 4-year-old Bella watched.

After smothering Celeste he took her to an oil tank and dropped her in. After that, he walked back to the truck where Bella was and that's when Bella asked, "what happened to CeCe? Is the same thing going to happen to me as Cece?"

Watts stated he couldn't recall his answer to Bella.

And that's when he smothered Bella. Chris Watts said Bella's last words were, "daddy no!"

So devasting. This totally breaks my heart and makes me cry. I can't even imagine.

SOURCE: Coloradoan