Harold Henthorn is convicted for his killing his wife Toni Heathorn. And they have a daughter Haley Henthorn.
The dateline of the murder took place in October 2015, and he was sentenced to life in federal prison in late 2015.
Henthorn hails from Colorado and is a businessman. He was said to be a respected man and helped with many charity work.
This raises a huge question to people, why was he faking himself? Why did he harm his wife, and killed her on their wedding anniversary?
Let us have a look at Harold Henthorn.
Harold Henthorn on Wikipedia
He is not on Wikipedia.
Harold is said to be around 59 when the incident took place. By now he must be 65.
Henthorn had two wives, sadly both of them have passed away.
There is no news about his first wife Sandra Lyn Henthorn’s death. But his second wife Dr. Toni Henthon was fatally murdered by Harold Henthorn when they went on hiking, and he threw her off the cliff.
Harold pushed Toni from a 130-foot cliff during a hike to celebrate their twelfth wedding anniversary.
— Robert W. Neill, Jr. (@rwneilljr) September 30, 2015
Harold and Toni have a young daughter Haley Henthorn, who was around 10 years when the disturbing incident took place. She must be around 16 years now.
During the time of the incident, Haley was taken under permanent guardianship by her maternal uncle Barry Bertolet and his wife Paula.
What does Harold do?
He is a businessman.
There are details about his work as a businessman and his earning.
People who know him mentioned that he was a nice man, a loving husband, a good father, and helped in many charity work for the church.
Where Is Harold Henthorn Now? Case Update
Henthorn is serving a life sentence in jail. He is under life term jail since December 8.
The U.S Supreme Court has denied the petition of Harold who pushed his wife to death in the Rocky Mountain National Park.
The couples were hiking in an area at the national park near Deer Mountain on the day before the anniversary, and the dreadful incident took place.
The case took a turn when prosecutors argued the death of Toni happened because he would be benefited from her $4.4 million in a life insurance policy.
Harold Henthorn case dateline ran through the year in 2015.
Woman killed in national park had $4.5M insurance https://t.co/9PQmzKNqpe #HaroldHenthorn
— melissa (@ms73) November 8, 2014