Lindsay Clancy’s husband ‘begged kids to breathe’ after MA mom allegedly ‘heard voices’ to kill them
By Chris Eberhart| Fox News
Lindsay Clancy was charged in connection with the deaths of her three young children and attempted suicide.
Lindsay Clancy said she heard a man’s voice telling her to kill her kids because “it was her last chance” during a phone call with her husband and her defense-appointed psychologist, prosecutors said during Tuesday’s arraignment.
Clancy, a 32-year-old nurse, allegedly used exercise ropes to strangle and ultimately kill her three children – Cora, 5, Dawson, 3, and Callan, 7 months – before she cut her own wrists and neck and jumped from the bedroom window of her Duxbury, Massachusetts home on Jan. 24.
She appeared in Plymouth County District Court from her hospital bed via Zoom, wearing a neck brace and facemask, as her lawyer, Kevin Reddington, revealed that she’s paralyzed from the waist down.
After her husband, Patrick, found her in their backyard following her suicide attempt, he asked her where the kids are, and she replied, “In the basement,” Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Sprague said.