I needed to be there for my sister and I couldn't. According to one report, Henthorn said Lynn called out his name after the Jeep fell on her. He's a very good father. They share many tragic connections. Henthorn has yet to receive any proceeds from Toni's life insurance. It was a beautiful fall day. Just looking over the edge knowing what went on there was scary.
. But Lynn was not dead. . They find a way to feed the kids. So when Trevor, Conner and I were asked to venture several hours into a remote part of the park with our camera and sound gear, head way off trail, traverse a treacherous scree field, and shoot stand-ups while hanging off a cliff where a man allegedly pushed his wife 130 feet to her death, well… how could we resist? It seemed like he provided. While driving, Harold thought he was getting a flat tire.
. I got an anonymous email at the station. Meanwhile, after losing his second wife, Toni, in that fatal fall in 2012, federal investigators were zeroing in on Harold Henthorn. And there's more: yet another version. Toni had her own brush with death in 2011.
Grace Rishell, Harold Henthorn's ex-sister-in-law, was also coming to grips with what she was hearing. She gladly obliged, secretly clearing Toni's schedule so she could leave early. Harold says she dropped one and it went under the vehicle. Critical, requested flight for life. She had a lot of people who loved her. Bertolet's wife, Paula, not wanting to upset Harold, didn't want to pry.
This time, Barry Bertolet says Harold told him he was looking away when Toni fell because he was checking Toni's cell phone for any calls from her office. No one's looking to relax on government handouts, and there isn't a welfare Cadillac in sight. So he starts looking over edges. They are working through the courts to bring her to Mississippi, the place Toni considered home. He pulled off the highway onto the shoulder in the dark to change the tire. In addition to the footage in the park, we also filmed several interviews and some fun stuff at the Stanley Hotel itself — where they stayed the night before the hike. And then he sees that she's down at the bottom.
Now mining is curtailed and manufacturing almost gone, leaving a crippled service economy with fewer resources. Henthorn also told Jarvis he could never hurt Toni. . In December 2014, shortly before her term as coroner ended, Thomas' suspicions led her to make a dramatic decision. He's already contacted the people that are gonna sing the songs.
The two of them headed off, hiking up about two miles until they went off trail, where the hiking becomes much more difficult and the terrain rougher. She now serves about 3,000 people a month, she says, which makes her project a success at the same time it ratchets up the pressure. By using the site, you consent to these cookies. And so it was, that on a beautiful fall day last October we followed the path of Harold and Toni Henthorn from the trailhead to the infamous cliff. The whole thing was pretty creepy. Anne McNally and Nancy Hodges, who worked with Lynn as social workers, were in disbelief when they heard the story of her crawling under a car. Lynn and Harold Henthorn during a previous outing Grace Rishell Harold Henthorn told law enforcement he and Lynn had gone out for dinner and a drive in a remote area called Sedalia.
Toni Bertolet met Rocky Mountain man Harold Henthorn. Harold, he worked down in his basement. And Toni's family and friends await justice. Lynn was being rushed to the hospital. And for Toni's family, what happened here wasn't adding up -- from Toni, with her bad knees, taking a strenuous hike, to Harold texting Barry during the accident, to the multiple explanations Harold gave about how Toni died.