Ex-wife says living with Karl Karlsen was 'terrifying'

Cindy Best said police called her in 2012 regarding a tip about the death of Levi Karlsen. She then decided she wanted to help police by recording her conversations with Karl.
1:14 | 06/04/20

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It was the most. Terrifying. Time in my life. Was she convinced there was a killer her own home I think that she suspected. Cindy Rosen says that during this time she was so terrified of her husband she started sleeping with an eye opener. And finally she just had to move out shortly after it lacks is clean alarm of course. First thing she said was thank you. And that she said and she said that she also had. Suspicions they said they had it tip from a family member. Of the day we will maybe eight or something morally price death. That's when we certainly got our person. Cindy was coming out of regular basis there was an ongoing process as Vermont I think she was almost kind of life. Almost wanted to be part of please investigation. I was watching a show where a woman was taking her. Mother. Secretly trying to getter confessed to killing her father. And I remember just thinking good kind agent. I think it recorder and start recording my conversations.

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