Lindsay Lowe of Hendersonville, TN is a bad, bad breeder. That’s a super nice way of saying that she’s a baby-killing, selfish, low-life twat of a “mother”. She was only a mother for a few minutes before she snuffed out the lives of her brand new twin little boys by suffocating them. Evil has a name folks, and its Lindsay Lowe.
The 25-year old lived at home with her parents and hid her pregnancy from them the whole time. How do people do that? I was a big as a buffalo when I was pregnant both times with singletons. After 10 weeks, I couldn’t hide it from my boss because she noticed. How the hell do you hide twins? Also, at 25 why are you hiding your pregnancy? You’re a grown ass woman!
She gave birth to the 1st boy around 9:30pm and when he started to cry, she placed her hand over his face to muffle the sounds. She didn’t want her parents to hear him. She admitted to holding her hand over his mouth and nose until he became quiet and died. Same story for baby boy #2. She gave birth to him, placed her hand over his mouth, the baby died.
So she did what any other murderer would do. She placed her dead twin babies in her laundry basket and covered them with clothes, then went on about her life. Her dad discovered the babies’ bodies 2 days later and called the cops. Lindsay was arrested at work later that night, where she admitted to the whole thing. She also admitted that she didn’t see a doctor once during her pregnancy.
No word on who the father is and if he has been notified. PS – Lindsay, the Tennessee’s Safe Haven Law was enacted on July 1, 2001. This amazing law allows mothers of newborns to surrender unharmed babies to designated medical facilities within 72 hours of birth without fear of being prosecuted. As long as the baby is unharmed and the mother acts within 72 hours of birth, she will not be prosecuted and is assured of complete confidentiality. Her baby and her secret will be safe. This was an option and alternative for you — why couldn’t you have done this for those little boys? No one would’ve ever known.