Kelly M. Cochran, aged 34, was recently sentenced to 65 years in prison for killing her husband, a crime which she admitted committing. She was already serving a life sentence the murder of her lover, Chris Regan, who died in 2014. Now details are beginning to emerge which paint Kelly Cochran as something of a prolific serial killer who may have committed up to nine murders and has even drawn suspicions that she served up the remains of her dead lover at a neighbourhood bbq.
An upcoming documentary will reveal more details but for now it has been confirmed that Kelly murdered her husband by injecting him with a lethal dose of heroin before then smothering him with a pillow. This came after Kelly and her husband murdered Chris Regan in 2014 by luring him into their house, and then killing and dismembering him. Kelly alleges that they dumped the body in the woods, but friends and family have come forward and claimed that they, in fact, served Chris Regan as food during a BBQ.
Alleged serial killer Kelly Cochran was 'like the devil' in court, new documentary claims https://t.co/bhvOBXuUt4— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 19, 2018
Kelly also stated that she and her husband made a “pact” to “kill off anyone involved in their extramarital affairs.” However, she eventually became fed up of her husband and murdered him as well, apparently because she was upset that he had made her murder Chris Regan.
Recently the primary investigator into Chris Regan’s death, and Cochran’s family, including her brother, have come forward saying they believe Cochran was a serial killer. They say they have identified 9 other potential victims who they think Cochran killed.
MSM: "A documentary is shedding nasty light on a serial killer who murdered her lover and served his remains to friends at a BBQ." = https://t.co/kewOh4ckma— Anthony Larme (@AnthonyLarme) June 20, 2018
“The toll of this case on Frizzo’s career (is) significant. Despite disagreements with the Iron River City Manager regarding her ‘bullheaded’ investigation style, Frizzo remains adamant that the case isn’t closed,” read a statement released by the company behind the upcoming documentary. “The City Manager relieves Frizzo of her duties just as Kelly admits to having other ‘friends’ buried in Indiana, Michigan, Tennessee and Minnesota; however, the identities and specific locations of these bodies remain a mystery to this day.”
Neighbours and family have also reiterated their concern that Cochran disposed of some of her victims by cooking their meat and serving it at BBQs.
If true this would make Cochran a particularly prolific female serial killer. Female serial killers are much rarer than male killers, and are usually less likely to be driven by lust or sadism and more likely to murder for monetary gain or convenience.