There have been several chilling leads into the high-profile disappearance of a missing mother-of-five that have come to light since her disappearance.
NBC’s Dateline will investigate the circumstances of Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance on May 24, 2019, which ultimately led to the arrest of her ex-husband Fotis Dulos and his girlfriend.
Lead investigator on the case, Dennis Murphy, will reveal key details of the case later tonight on Dateline, NBC affiliate KSN reported.
Jennifer was a stay-at-home mother of five living in Connecticut, who was last seen alive taking her children to school.
She was pronounced dead after blood was found in her home and car – but her remains have not been found.
Before her mysterious disappearance, Jennifer had been married to Fotis Dulos since 2004.
At the time of her death, she was embroiled in a bitter divorce and custody battle with her estranged husband.
As previously reported by The US Sun, Dulos was a real estate developer who also founded Fore Group Inc, a company that built luxury real estate in Farmington, Connecticut.
In January 2020, Fotis was accused of his wife’s murder and charged with capital murder, murder and kidnapping.
That month he committed suicide while under house arrest after posting a $6 million bond.
He had previously been charged with tampering with evidence and obstructing law enforcement.
Police reported that large bloodstains were found on Ms. Dulos in the garage of her home, on trash cans and in her bedroom.
Dulos had pleaded not guilty to all charges and maintained his innocence until his death.
It was revealed at the time that he had left a note before his death claiming he did not kill her.
In that suicide note, Dulos called the case against him “a story made up by law enforcement” and claimed that “the state will not rest until I rot in prison.”
He also wrote, “I refuse to spend another hour in jail for something I had NOTHING to do with.”
I refuse to spend another hour in jail for something I had NOTHING to do with.
The US Sun also previously revealed how Dulos’ lover Michelle Traconis admitted to authorities that she and Dulos hatched “alibi scripts” for the day of her disappearance to exonerate him.
Dulos’ attorney, Norm Pattis, alleged the mother-of-five faked her own disappearance to frame her estranged spouse.
He said her disappearance may have been from the pages of Gone Girl – a 2012 novel adapted into a film in 2014 about a woman who fakes her own murder and artfully frames her husband.
However, authorities claim Dulos washed his vehicle and detailed it days after her disappearance.
IMPRESSIVE BLOG POST
However, Jennifer had posted a haunting blog post prior to her mysterious disappearance.
In it, the 50-year-old dreamed of being away from Fotis and being able to get some rest at a Mexican resort.
The last line read, “Oh, Noelle, I know this too will pass.
“But I’m afraid I might be stuck in a body bag by then… Love, your mother.”
Lauren Almeida, a nanny who worked for the missing Connecticut mother, told police she suspected Dulos of foul play after discovering a bulk pack of paper towels had gone missing.
She told investigators she discovered that ten rolls of towels had disappeared from Ms. Dulos’ home on the same day she was last seen.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6137050/clues-jennifer-dulos-dateline-ex-husband-fotis/ Sinister clues into Jennifer Dulos’ disappearance that led to the arrest of ex-husband Fotis and his girlfriend in the death of mother-of-five