In April of 2014, students from the University of Calgary were celebrating the end of school year. A party among friends was being held in a quiet, tree-lined street in Brentwood. In the early morning hours, however, a flurry of 911 calls were made from inside the home, reporting that somebody in attendance had unleashed a senseless attack with a knife.
Barrie is a city in Central Ontario, Canada, which lies along Kempenfelt Bay, an arm of Lake Simcoe, around 55 miles north of the bright lights of Toronto. It’s known as a vibrant commuter town and at one point had even been one of the fastest growing cities in all of Canada. In autumn of 1993, the residents of Barrie would be rocked by a brutal string of murders that would disturb even the most seasoned detectives. The aftereffects of the murders still reverberate today.