Murder, Suicide or God's Will?

An intimate look at the complicated life of Doug and Faylene Grant.

Glimpse into the Grants' Life

Photo: Douglas and Faylene Grant with their family.
Douglas and Faylene Grant both had backgrounds in nutrition and fitness.
Photo: Douglas and Faylene Grant, shown here, divorced in 2000.
Photo: Faylene Grant told Douglas Grant that God told her she should remarry him.
Photo: Faylene Grant is shown with her parents, Glenna and Doug Eaves.
Photo: Faylene Grant and family.
Photo: After Faylene and Douglas Grant remarried, they set out on a second honeymoon
Photo: Faylene Grant's daughter, Jenna Stradling.
Photo: Douglas and Hilary Grant, formerly Dewitt, are shown on their wedding day, Oct. 23, 2001, just three weeks after Faylene Grant's death.
Photo: Hilary and Douglas Grant and family.
Photo: From left to right:  Braven Grant, Douglas Grant, Nevaeh Grant and Marley Grant.
Photo: Douglas and Faylene Grant with their family.
Faylene and Doug Grant both were Mormons who had married previously before finding each other. Faylene Grant had two children from her prior marriage, Austin Stradling and Jenna Stradling. Doug had one son, Bowan Grant. Clockwise, from top: Doug Grant, Austin Stradling, Bowan Grant, Jenna Stradling and Faylene Grant.

When Faylene was found dead, her husband became a murder suspect. The case of State of Arizona vs. Douglas D. Grant read like a Hollywood script and was rich with references to Mormon theology, the Celestial Kingdom, and eternal salvation, because both Faylene and Doug Grant had been raised in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

(Doug and Hilary Grant)

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