Utah Mother Admits to Killing At Least Six of Her Children

This weekend, a 39-year-old woman, Megan Hunstman from Utah admitted to police that she either strangled or suffocated at least six babies immediately after she gave birth to them over a period of several years. Police found the remains of seven infants at Hunstman’s old home. During a recent interview, “Ms. Huntsman admitted that between 1996 and 2006, she gave birth to at least seven babies at the Pleasant Grove residence, and that all of the babies, but one, were born alive, and that she either strangled or suffocated the babies immediately after they were born.”

She then concealed the baby’s bodies inside boxes and placed them inside the garage of her home. Authorities were called to duty, when Hunstman’s estranged husband found a baby wrapped in a plastic bag in the garage. According to authorities, “Each baby was found wrapped in either a towel or a shirt, placed inside of a plastic bag, and each was contained in a separate cardboard box,” the statement read. A case like this sets the precedent for unethical behavior. It is simply illogical how a human being can create and produce a child, bring them into this world and have the audacity to harm them, let alone kill.