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Robert Pickton:
The Pig Farmer Killer

by Chris Swinney

Robert Pickton, inherited a pig farm worth a million dollars and used his wealth to lure skid row hookers to his farm where he confessed to murdering 49 female victims; dismembering and feeding their body parts to his pigs which he supplied to Vancouver area restaurants.



Mark Lepine:
The Montreal Massacre

by RJ Parker

With extreme hatred in his heart against feminism, an act that feminists would label 'gynocide', a heavily armed Marc Lépine entered the University École Polytechnique de Montreal, and after allowing the male students to leave, systematically murdered 14 female students.


Shirley Turner:
Doctor, Stalker, Murderer

by Kelly Banaski


On November 6, 2001, Dr. Andrew Bagby was found dead in a parking lot for day use at Keystone State Park in Derry Township, Pennsylvania.

The bizarre murder case entailed far more than death. It brought to light a woefully inept Canadian legal system and the frighteningly dark mental descent of a woman scorned.


Canadian Psycho:
The True Story of Luka Magnotta

by Cara Lee Carter

Murder, necrophilia, dismemberment and an international manhunt – while the case of Luka Magnotta reads like a work of fiction, it is in fact a true story of an individual with a long history of mental illness in a gruesome attempt to gain notoriety. The horrific murder and mutilation of 32-year-old Concordia student Lin Jun shocked and captivated the nation. This book chronicles the journey that led Luka Magnotta to become known as the Canadian Psycho.


The Killer Handyman:
William Patrick Fyfe

by CL Swinney

A harmless-looking man moved to Montreal looking for a new start and to get off drugs. Somewhere along the line, his urge to prey on unsuspecting women, something he'd done and kept a secret for twenty years, became too much to keep inside. William Fyfe, aka "The Handyman Killer," snapped, leaving at least nine women brutally beaten, murdered and sexual abused (post-mortem).


The Dark Strangler: 
Earle Leonard Nelson

by Michael Newton

Nicknamed at the time “The Gorilla Man” for the savagery of his rape and necrophiliac murders, Earle Nelson is one of history’s early “pioneer serial killers” committing more than twenty horrific murders. Nelson targeted landladies mostly whom he met through ‘room to let’ classified advertisements. He carried a well-worn Bible for appearance to reassure his female victims before brutally strangling them and raping their corpses.


The Alcohol Murders:  
Gilbert Paul Jordon

by Harriet Fox

A serial killer whose appetite for alcohol and forced sex led to many deaths. Unlike any others in the known history of serial killers, Gilbert Paul Jordan used alcohol to murder his victims. Preying on women in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, Jordan's insatiable taste for drunken sex led to his cold blooded killings.


Canada's Youngest Serial Killer:  
Peter Woodcock

by Mark Bourrie

Peter Woodcock was Canada's youngest serial killer when at the age of seventeen he brutally raped and murdered two boys and a girl between the ages of four and nine. He was held not guilty by "reason of insanity" and instead of prison was confined for 34 years in a criminal psychiatric facility and offered treatment. On July 13, 1991 he finally had earned his first day pass ever and was allowed to briefly go off the facility grounds into town to visit a DQ for an ice cream. What Woodcock did within the first hour of his first day pass stunned many people and made national headlines. 



Bandits & Renegades: 
Historical True Crime Stories

by Edward Butts

Historic Canada is often thought to be dull and peaceful compared to the 'Wild West' of the United States, but Edward Butts reveals that 'Wild North' Canada had its own share of murder and mayhem, pirates, terrorists and gunslingers. 

Bandits & Renegades shows us the hidden dark side of Canada's past.



Invisible Victims: 
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

by Katherine McCarthy

In Canada, while overall crime is at an all-time low, Indigenous women and girls are more likely to be victims of violence, more likely to disappear and more likely to be murdered by a serial killer than their non-Indigenous counterparts. 

For decades, it has been Canada’s dirty little secret.


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