True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers
Jan 11, 2012 · 1 hr 4 min
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Female prostitutes from the East Side of Vancouver were disappearing and yet police had made no arrests. One police oficer stated that a serial killer was on the loose and yet officially the police didn't think so. People came forward with incredible tales of a slow-witted pig farmer named 'Willy Pickton'. Police ignored the stories as they came from women deemed non-credible. There were protests by the families of missing women and stories in newspapers everywhere. But by the time police finally were able to search Willy Pickton's property it turned into the biggest, most comprehensive, expensive and high profile murder trial in Canadian history with Pickton charged with 33 murders. He stated in custody that one more murder and he would have hit 50! It was found that he had butchered vulnerable street women who wound up being fed to his pigs and visitors partying on the farm. Award winning and best-selling investigative journalist Stevie Cameron has penned the difinitive book about one of the most shocking cases in history. ON THE FARM-ROBERT WILLIAM PICKTON-Stevie Cameron
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