Unsolved Mysteries has arrived on Netflix and Sandy Klemp has audiences talking. Where is she now? Let’s take a look at what happened next.
It’s safe to say that we’re going to be contemplating the cases presented to us by Unsolved Mysteries for some time.
When it was announced the show was returning, fans were pretty over the moon.
Created by John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer, it originally began life as a string of specials in 1987 and was turned into a series a year later with host Robert Stack.
Netflix’s reboot is a little different, but nevertheless, the show is as compelling as its cases and these are fascinating.
In particular, episode 6 continues to linger in the minds of viewers….
Unsolved Mysteries: Lena Chapin and Gary McCullough
In episode 6, the audience is invited to delve into the case of two disappearances.
The first to go missing was Gary McCullough in 1999 and then Lena Chapin in 2006. While these are many years apart, both individuals are linked by another: Sandy Kemp.
Sandy married Gary in 1996 but it’s argued that he was preparing to leave her after learning of her affair with Kristopher Klemp, which allegedly began the year he went missing.
His wife refused officials the opportunity to search their property, never took a polygraph and Kris moved into the home very shortly after, which inevitably led to suspicions.
Gary wasn’t declared dead until 2005, a year before Lena Chapin went missing. It was recorded that she believed her mother murdered Gary.
She even expressed in a 2003 recording that Sandy made her cover up the crime, but later went back on this.
As for her disappearance, it wasn’t reported until 2008 because Lena’s sisters were informed by Sandy that she’d simply moved to Florida and she’d been given custody of her son.
Where is Sandy Klemp now?
It’s believed that she now goes by the name of Sandy Wink.
This is noted by The Sun, as law enforcement has expressed that she may have married a man named Joe Wink in Missouri.
While any dates remain uncertain, this would’ve been after she and Kris Klemp divorced in 2014.
In 2013, a jury found the pair liable to pay $7 million in damages after Gary McCullough’s children filed a lawsuit against them in 2006. They believe the couple “knowingly took the life of their father”.
In the documentary, it’s suggested that they haven’t paid any of the above amount.
As for Lena’s son, Colter, he remains in Sandy’s care, with the bodies of Lena and Gary still missing. Her Facebook has reportedly been deleted.
Unsolved Mysteries fans take to Twitter
A number of audiences have expressed their thoughts on the episode over on Twitter and there are some strong opinions, to say the least.
On the whole, it looks like the series has proven nothing short of captivating, earning immense praise.
Check out a selection of tweets:
In other news, more episodes are on the way.