The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site is a compendium of information about the Jeffrey MacDonald case. MacDonald was convicted in 1979 of the murders of his pregnant wife and two small daughters. He is serving three life sentences for that brutal crime.

                        The Murders of Colette, Kimberley and Kristen MacDonald



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With a cold heart, MacDonald used the weapons below to butcher and mutilate his pregnant wife Colette, and his two beautiful little girls, Kimberley and Kristen.

The club was proven beyond a shadow of doubt as coming from the MacDonald home. The telephone number 842-5386 was found written on club.


MacDonald used the wooden club above to beat Colette about the head and upper extremes. She suffered multiple blunt trauma injuries to both areas. Colette's chest bore a bruise which indicated she had been struck at arm's length by the end of a blunt object. The bruise was compatible with the end of the wood club. The right arm was broken at the distal part of the radius and the wrist, the ulna of the left arm was broken in two places.

Kimberley was struck two to three times in the head with a blunt object.  The first blow resulted in her brain serum being spattered on the door frame leading to the master bedroom. Her skull showed multiple fractures and the dome portion of her skull was fractured through its entire thickness, and slightly dislocated. Her right cheek, right ear, and right mastoid area had overlapping black and blue marks and irregular abrasions.  Her right eye was recessed and she had a fractured nose which was deviated to the right.  Her left cheekbone was fractured and a piece of the cheekbone was protruding through the skin.


Colette received twenty-one small puncture wounds, most were over her left breast and 3 small puncture wounds were found on the front of the left arm.

Kristen received five circular-type deep wounds into her chest. On the right half of the chest 10 similar shaped shallow wounds.


Colette had nine deep incisional wounds at the front of her neck, seven additional incisional wounds in her chest, four of the latter in the upper center chest, two in the left chest and the remaining stab wound was in the right chest area.

Colette's cause of death was exsanguination or bleeding to death from sharp wound to the chest.

Kimberley had eight to ten penetrating incisional wounds on the right neck area, these wounds overlapped making it impossible for the pathologist to determine the exact number of the wounds. A small irregular shaped wound was also located on the left neck area. Some of the incisional wounds resulted in lacerations of the trachea.

Kimberley's cause of death was multiple cranial fractures, cerebral contusions and lacerations of pharyngeal and laryngeal areas.

Kristen received twelve gaping knife wounds to her upper back, four wounds to the chest, and one wound to the neck. There was a through and through laceration of the skin involving the middle of the right ring finger and the index finger of the right hand revealed a triangular flap of skin missing.

Kristen died of multiple lacerations of the myocardium and laceration of the trachea which resulted in her bleeding to death.