184 – Monster in Mississauga: The Murders of Candace Dickey and Neda Novak

Episode 184: In Mississauga, Ontario in 1973 and early 1974, the discoveries of the murdered bodies of two young women, Constance Dickey, 19, and Neda Novak, 18, only months apart, left the community shaken. Both women, it appeared, had been abducted, sexually assaulted, then murdered and dumped by a yet unknown killer. On August 19, 1974, after being sexually assaulted and left for dead, a sixteen-year-old girl, Julia Sheldon, identified a twenty-four-year-old, married father of two named Henry Robert Williams as the man who’d brutally assaulted her. It soon became clear that Williams had also committed the two previous murders.

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“The Chemical Castration of Recidivist Sex Offenders in Canada: A Matte” by Matthew R. Kutcher

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Federal Probation – Google Play

The Medium — Sept. 11th marks 30th anniversary of UTM’s only murder by Adrian Barek

Police still looking for Oakville woman’s killer nearly 45 years later | Toronto.com

The dark echoes of Adele Komorowski’s murder linger 45 years later | TheSpec.com

5 Worst Crimes Committed in Mississauga | insauga.com

“It’s insanity” to free serial killer who assaulted girl in prison: Ex-detective – Cancrime