St. Louis broadcaster Nan Wyatt’s husband reportedly has confessed that he killed his wife. St. Louis Post-Dispatch Columnist Bill McClellan writes that Tom Erbland told him that he planned to kill Wyatt after reading her journal, in which she wrote that their marriage was crumbling. McClellan writes Erbland claims to have used a handgun he had bought in 1987, intending to kill himself, and he put it away until taking it out to kill Wyatt. Erbland said he had their 7-year-old son go to the downstairs portion of the house while he talked with Wyatt in their upstairs bedroom. Erbland said after the two talked a while, he pulled out the gun and shot her to death. He then took the boy to Wyatt’s parents’ home. Shortly thereafter, Erbland called police and surrendered to authorities. Wyatt was co-host of St. Louis’ top-rated morning radio program on KMOX.
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