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For the successful, self-made Southerner and newbie mom would suffer a freakish death—plummeting from a 140-foot rocky scree with such blunt force that her body sheared 3-inch-thick pine tree branches, her boots went flying and, after striking boulders below, she lost so much blood that medics later struggled to pull a viable blood sample.

Now, her husband, Harold Henthorn, is claiming he’s innocent while standing trial in federal court in Denver, Colorado, on first-degree murder charges—accused of shoving Toni off a cliff in Colorado’s pristine sanctuary, Rocky Mountain National Park.

In one, a rod from a car jack “shot into his wife’s chest.” In other retellings, she died of a “head-on collision” of “collapsed lungs” while in “the cabin on the flight-for-life helicopter.” Henthorn allegedly had tried to tell a Sunday school class that his wife “died from cancer and lost a baby she was carrying to chemotherapy.”Right after Sandra Lynn’s death, her husband allegedly rattled off “five variations of the events from that evening,” according to Douglas County Sheriff’s Detective David Weaver, who had taken the lead in reopening the case.

While on the dating website Christian Mingle, the high-achieving eye doctor from Mississippi, a faithful Protestant, found and fancied a pauper from Colorado.

She married the alleged grifter, and 12 years later, he would lead his wife on a surprise romantic nature hike in a national forest. Toni Henthorn’s last footsteps in her 50 years of life.

Prosecutors say Henthorn also failed to explain away a map plucked from his car that day with a big, fat “X” marking the spot where Toni tumbled to her death.***Turns out, Toni wasn’t the first Mrs. Sandra Lynn Henthorn died of traumatic asphyxiation on May 6, 1995, after she was crushed under the couple’s car when they pulled over on a deserted road in Colorado, allegedly to help her husband change a deflated tire on their 1991 Jeep Cherokee Sport.

Like Toni, Sandra Lynn had been married to Harold Henthorn for 12 years.

The story has made national headlines, as Henthorn’s first wife also died in a freak accident.

Toni was also on her second marriage—and now, far away from Mile High, Toni’s first husband has been forced to carry on his life in Meridian, Mississippi, where he and his college sweetheart began a life together.

At the trial last week, jurors saw exhibits showcasing Toni’s punishing fall and how her pink shirt and blue jeans were mangled, as well as brutal autopsy findings.

Toni suffered a severed liver, punctured lungs, 13 broken ribs, internal bleeding, and a massive gash on her scalp.

The Denver-bound Montoya family—Patricia, Theodore, and Joseph—were passing by in a truck and happened on the horrific scene and pulled over.

While admitting some of them had been drinking most of the day, they also said they “might have got [Sandra Lynn] out from under the car,” according to Detective Weaver.

Henthorn said it took him 45 minutes to get down to where Toni was dying.

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