Mass Murder, Missing Prostitutes, Opium Wars, and the Destruction of Protestant Civilization
Women have been going missing and being murdered in Edmonton for decades. It surprises me how few people understand this, or have any sort of awareness about it. There have been a few occasions when the local media and city police have put out notifications warning of a serial killer in the Edmonton region, and one particular report from 2012 where the police asked for the publics assistance in recognizing the voice of a man on the last recorded phone call of one victim who was murdered in 2010.
Between Vancouver, British Columbia and Edmonton, Alberta, hundreds of women have gone missing since the 1980s. Some have been found strangled and dismembered on farm land around Edmonton, and in one high profile case, the suspected remains of over 80 women were found on a pig farm in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. A highway which runs through British Columbia is called “The Highway of Tears” because of the amount of murdered women that have been found along the 720 km stretch between the cities of Prince George and Prince Rupert.