180: Renfrew County Rampage: Carol Culleton, Anastasia Kuzyk and Nathalie Warmerdam

Episode 180 – On September 22, 2015, in Renfrew County, Ontario, 66-year-old Carol Culleton was murdered in her home by her one-time handyman. The man, who’d become obsessed with the recent widow before killing her, then stole Culleton’s car and drove to the home of an ex-girlfriend, Anastasia Kuzyk, 36, and shot Anastasia there with a shotgun as her sister fled the home. However, the killer was not done settling the scores he had cooked up in his head and then drove to the home of another ex-girlfriend, Nathalie Warmerdam, 48. As Nathalie’s son ran from their home, in fear of his life, he heard the gunshot that ended his mother’s life.

The killer, Basil Borutski, 58, a former millwright, then fled, and a brief search ensued that ended in Borutski being taken into police custody. Later on, in a 5-hour long taped police interview, the killer admitted to what he’d done, laying the blame for his spree squarely on his victims.


Ontario Provincial Police – What we do

Borutski’s history from 1977 to 2011 – Infogram

Borutski’s history with Kuzyk and Warmerdam – Infogram

Borutski’s history with Culleton – Infogram

Murder Sites — Driving Route

YouTube – Basil Borutski full police interview

YouTube – Basil Borutski and the Wilno Murders: Circle of Fear – The Fifth Estate

YouTube – Secrets of… Why Didn’t We Know? Basil Borutski & The Wilno Murders (podcast) – the fifth estate

Marchers say Basil Borutski guilty verdict was too little, too late | CBC News

What the courts knew about Basil Borutski before he murdered 3 women | CBC News

Search: Basil Borutski — Newspapers.com

Basil Borutski | News, Videos & Articles — GlobalNews


R. v. Borutski, 2011 ONSC 3536 (CanLII)

Borutski v. Borutski, 2011 ONSC 7099 (CanLII)

R. v. Borutski, 2017 ONSC 7748 (CanLII)

R. v. Basil Borutski, 2017 ONSC 7762 (CanLII)

The Meaning of Life: A Study of the Use of Parole Ineligibility for Murder Sentencing | CanLII

BBC Partners — Outlook: Singing for my murdered sister helps me heal

Ending Violence Association of Canada

Psychology Today — Dark Triad

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