Some of Canada’s worst and most known serial killers. An article about the crimes they committed and where they are today.
Everything your about to read here in Canada’s 10 Most Brutal Serial Killers has all been fully researched and all you read here is the facts. No lies, stretching the truth or making up stories, all these events did take place and stand out to be some of Canada’s worst crimes ever committed against other human beings. Like any other country in the world, Canada has its own dark secrets and has produced its fair share of sick serial killers but how many of you have heard about them? Me, well I knew some of the up to date killers but others I found amazed me on how sick people could be and especially from this country. So with that said I would like to share with you 10 of the Most Brutal Serial Killers that have come from Canada. Enjoy.
Arrested in 2002 in Vancouver British Columbia, after RCMP served a search warrant at his pig farm for illegal firearms but the investigators found more than they bargained for when they stumbled across human remains in one of the slaughter houses on the farm. In early 2002 police laid their first murder charged on Pickton which eventually lead to the property being excavated and being known as one of Canada’s largest crime scene. Robert Pickton has been accused of killing over 50 prostitutes but he only claims he killed 49 because he got caught before he got the chance to do his fiftieth victim. He killed his victims, dismembered them, then gutted them and fed the remains to his pigs from 1983 to 2002 when police finally caught him. As of today Robert Pickton is now in court facing 6 more charges of first degree murder with at least 20 more murder cases pending. All charges are being laid as DNA from the crime scene comes in and gets matched with missing victims. Altogether Robert Pickton has been charged with 26 first degree murder charges. To date this is has also been the largest serial killer investigation in Canadian history.
This sick monster was an active serial killer in and all around British Columbia in the 1980’s to 1981 until being caught by police. Olson had killed 11 kids that the police knew about, that where all between the ages of 9 years old to as high as 18 years old. After being caught for the one murder Clifford Olson had made a deal with police to confess and show where 10 other children’s bodies were buried only if his wife received $100,000, basically $10,000 per body and confession. Clifford at the time of this deal said “The First One Is a Freebie”. The police made the deal so families could have closure about their missing loved ones. In Jan 1982 Olson pleaded guilty to 11 counts of first degree murders and got 11 concurrent life sentences. In 1997 Clifford Olson was eligible for parole but of course was denied.