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Stella Guidry Nestle: Tyler Henry's Grandma and Fowler Motel Murders Explained!

Mar 13, 2022 @ 4:18 EDT
Stella Guidry Nestle: Tyler Henry's Grandma and Fowler Motel Murders Explained!

Tyler Henry's grandma Stella Guidry Nestle is the topic of curiosity after watching Netflix's Life After Death with Tyler Henry. Medium Tyler Henry's grandmother Stella Mary Guidry Nestle was jailed for the Fowler Motel murders in Hanford, California. Find out where the murderer grandma Stella is right now.

In Netflix's latest reality series Life After Death with Tyler Henry, the psychic medium Tyler Henry not just brings closure to individuals who have lost a loved one, but he also dives into his own personal past.

As it turns out, he and his mother, Theresa Koelewyn, discovered in 2019 that the lady who'd reared her wasn't even blood related to her; Stella Guidry Nestle had adopted Theresa as a baby.

What's more perplexing is that, as per her children, she's a convicted killer as well as an abrasive con artist. So, if you want to learn more about her, we've got the information for you.

Previously, we touched on the medium's reading cost, scribble, David Koelewyn, and Clint Godwin.

Life After Death with Tyler Henry: Stella Guidry Nestle Committed Fowler Motel Murders!

According to Life After Death with Tyler Henry on Netflix, when Theresa Koelewyn first learned Stella Mary Guidry Nestle was not her biological mother, all she felt was comfort, as if a heavyweight had been pulled off of her.

That's because she was relieved to hear specific affirmation that she isn't, and will never be, anything like the lady she deems everything horrible a human can be.

As a matter of fact, from virtually snatching Stella in Louisiana to duping people into giving them cash through the church, Theresa pointed to a number of Stella's alleged misappropriation to emphasize her argument.

One of the most terrible elements was Stella's alleged mistreatment of her kids, which the Netflix show claims include confining them in closets or otherwise harming them. As if that wasn't sufficient, after murdering her boss Judy Wang, the proprietor of the Fowler Motel, and her partner Wai Lee, she enlisted the help of her son Peter to conceal their corpses.

When the budding cop came, the remnants were bound up in a small room, prompting Stella to fabricate a story about "four Mexicans" and how they'd hurt them as well if Peter disclosed the murder.

An 18-year-old Peter said in the Netflix docuseries,

Me and my mom, you know, we dragged the bodies…[behind the motel] one at a time. I think my mother’s plan was to kill the owners and, uh, start running the hotel [herself]… I trusted her. You obey your parents. I mean, that’s in the Bible. That’s all I knew. And I took [the] face value [of] that; hey, my family is in trouble, and look, I would do what I have to do to protect my family.

In a way, Peter turned into the third "victim" of the crime, in Tyler Henry's phrase, particularly since it was almost like he was incapable to understand any better.

Where is Tyler Henry's Grandmother Stella Guidry Nestle Now?

Stella Guidry Nestle's son confessed against her in return for a lesser charge of accessory to the crime, detailing all that happened that tragic evening in Hanford, California.

After long hours of jury debate, the 39-year-old was convicted of the double killing and sentenced to a little more than 30 years in prison.

Tyler Henry's grandmother Stella, who has since been freed, is said to still live in or near California and likes to stay out of the spotlight.

Having said that, Netflix's Life After Death with Tyler Henry did hint that she seemed to be doing well right now, despite the fact that she is in her mid-90s.

Life After Death with Tyler Henry is streaming on Netflix.

Before you leave, check out Tyler Henry's net worth, and discover the reason Tyler doesn't drive.

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