124 – Highway of Tears – Jill, Natasha, Cynthia & Loren (2009 – 2010)

Episode 124 – Women and girls, many indigenous have been going missing in the area of Northern British Columbia’s Highway 16 since 1969. The route has become known as the Highway of Tears. Many have been found deceased and still others have just vanished. In this episode we cover the murders of Jill Stuchenko, Natasha Montgomery, Cynthia Maas and Loren Leslie. All four were killed over a span of 14 months by a violent and cold blooded monster with a baby face, a serial killer named Cody Alan Legebokoff of Prince George, B.C.

Sources and Further Reading:
[2013 BCSC 2178 (CanLII) | R. v. Legebokoff | CanLII]
[2014 BCSC 315 (CanLII) | R. v. Legebokoff | CanLII]
[2014 BCSC 1636 (CanLII) | R. v. Legebokoff | CanLII]
[2014 BCSC 1746 (CanLII) | R. v. Legebokoff | CanLII]
[2016 BCCA 386 (CanLII) | R. v. Legebokoff | CanLII]
[Legebokoff interview 2 by PGCitizen | Free Listening on SoundCloud]
[goodreads.com – Highway of Tears by Jessica McDiarmid]
[Global News – SEARCH: Legebokoff]
[Legebokoff Trial | Prince George Citizen]
[Legebokoff evidence | Prince George Citizen]
[Who is Cody Alan Legebokoff?  | Globalnews.ca]
[Families of Legebokoff victims give emotional statements at sentencing hearing]
[HighwayofTears.org]
[Home – Highway of Tears Film]
[“Knocking on Heaven’s Door” (cover) by Natasha Montgomery – YouTube]