Trudie Hall, Quoizel Wilson: Pregnant Jamaican-Island Beauty With Two Husbands Found Dead– ‘Fatal Attraction’

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Trudie Hall, 23, was murdered by Quoizel Wilson in 2010. You can watch the pregnant Jamaican beauty’s case when it airs on Fatal Attraction on TV One. Trudie Hall of Nantucket, Massachusetts disappeared seven years ago. The case went cold for two years until a dog walker found her remains in the woods. As you’ll watch on TV One’s crime documentary, Trudie Hall had two husbands and was pregnant with a third man’s child before she vanished. The father of her unborn baby was Quoizel Wilson, a former motorcycle rider who is currently serving life in prison for their deaths.

 

 

Fatal Attraction episode “Twisted Affair” on TV One

When a 23-year-old pregnant woman vanishes from a motel in the middle of the night, police focus their attention on her husband, the man who saw her last. As they investigate further, detectives uncover a trail of secrets that may indicate the pregnant woman faked her own disappearance. Will a psychic help break this case wide open?

 

Trudie’s Big Secrets

Trudie Hall’s mother knew that her daughter lived a secret life. Today, she wishes she had pried more so that she could have protected her. Trudie was between four and five months pregnant when she vanished from a West Yarmouth motel in July of 2010.

 

Trudie was staying at the motel with husband Ram Rimal because she had an appointment to see a divorce lawyer the next day. The night before she disappeared, Ram Rimal and Trudie Hall ate dinner, saw a movie, and spent one final night together. However, when he woke up the next morning, Ram told police Trudie was missing.

 

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[Second Image via TV One/Fatal Attraction/Promo]

The missing pregnant woman’s mother filed a missing person report. Detectives found Trudie Hall’s car abandoned days later. Ram Rimal seemed like a likely suspect. Did something happen in the motel room? Was Rimal upset that his wife was divorcing him?

 


Investigators combed through Trudie Hall’s background and learned she was having an affair with Quoizel Wilson and was pregnant for him. However, there was something else. Trudie was married to not one—but two men. According to court records, she married Doucet McDowe and Ram Rimal in 2009. A roommate told investigators that she believed Trudie Hall was also married to a third man.

 

Was This A Green Card Marriage or A Cash-For-Legal-Status Marriage Scam?

Doucet McDowe and Ram Rimal were both immigrants, and Nantucket High School graduate and soccer player, Trudie Hall, had only been in the United States since she was around 12. Despite the problems in her life, those who knew Trudie say she was a wonderful person who didn’t deserve to be murdered. Ram Rimal says that their marriage was real and that he was very much in love with Trudie, according to Cape Cod Times.

 

A ground and helicopter search was launched to find Trudie but turned up nothing. Police investigators eventually found Trudie Hall’s body two years later deep in the East Falmouth woods off Hayway Road. They arrested Quoizel Wilson, of Centerville, between  2012-2013.

Read an update about what happened during the jury selection today in the Trudie Hall murder trial: http://bit.ly/1K9vCZ3

Posted by Cape Cod Times on Monday, May 4, 2015

 

At trial, prosecutors say Quoizel Wilson assaulted and shot Trudie Hall multiple times. Fatal Attraction‘s TV series explains the motive in the latest episode. TV Crime Sky found a 2008 arrest record for a Quoizel Wilson. That charge was for stealing $8,000 from NRTA. Today, Quoizel Wilson is at the NCCI Medium Security Prison. Here is his old Facebook page. Watch Fatal Attraction on TV One tonight at 10/9 p.m. Central.

 

[Main Image via Police Mug Shot/Bring Trudie Hall Home/Facebook]


Traciy Curry-Reyes

Traciy Curry-Reyes is a true-crime buff and freelance writer. She began writing in the 1990s for the Movies Based on True Stories Database/Archives and has contributed content to other websites, such as Examiner.com and Inquisitr.com. Traciy has also appeared as an expert and commentator on TV One's Fatal Attraction, Lifetime's Killer Kids, and Investigation Discovery's Murder Calls.

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