Harold Henthorn a Colorado man faces a murder charge in what he initially said was an accidental fatal fall by his second wife on a 12th wedding anniversary outing, and now authorities also are re-examining the circumstances of his first wife’s death. Harold Henthorn, 58, appeared before a federal judge in Denver to face a first-degree murder charge in the death of Toni Henthorn, who died after falling off a cliff in Rocky Mountain National Park in September 2012.
The couple, who met through a Christian dating website, was enjoying an anniversary getaway and reportedly hiking in steep and rocky terrain when Toni Henthorn plunged 40 to 50 feet to her death, according to park officials and Toni Henthorn’s family. Authorities haven’t disclosed any motives. Toni Henthorn was insured for $4.5-million under three life insurance policies, probate court records show.
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