Stephanie Bissland, the wife of alleged serial killer Brian Smith (above together), has spoken out about her shock at learning that the man she’s been married to for five years may have murdered two women in Alaska The wife of an alleged serial killer has spoken out about her shock at the revelation that the man she’s been married to for five years may have murdered two women in Alaska. Stephanie Bissland was on vacation in Virginia when Anchorage police informed her that her husband, 48-year-old Brian Smith, had been charged with the murder of 30-year-old Kathleen Henry earlier this month. To Bissland, the idea that South African-born Smith was a cold-blooded killer was inconceivable. Speaking to KTUU this week, Bissland, an accomplished Blue Grass musician, described Smith as a doting husband who had taken good care of her ever since they met via online gaming and married in 2014. She said her husband was an avid outdoorsman who loved gadgets, enjoyed taking solo trips around Alaska and occasionally stayed out late with friends while she usually turned in early. Bissland began to question each of her husband’s habits after being probed by police detectives who told her things like:… Read full this story
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