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They were tasked with trying to find a missing pregnant Colorado woman and her two young daughters. Days later, they did — the body of Shanann Watts was curled up and buried in a shallow grave and her girls, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, were submerged in narrow oil tanks.

The investigators who spent months sifting through Chris Watts’ lies before he pleaded guilty to murdering his wife, unborn son and two daughters say they will never be the same again.

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“It was just too strange, too baffling for it not to leave a lasting impact in your head about how does this happen?” asked Steve Wrenn, the chief deputy of the Weld County District Attorney’s Office.<

Investigators share how the case has taken an emotional toll on them during an episode of Oxygen’s “Criminal Confessions” that will air on Saturday.

Take a look at the first 7 minutes of the episode before it airs on Oxygen December 7 at 6pm ET/PT:

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