Episode 030: On March 10, 1976, 12-year-old Abby Drover went missing from her neighbourhood in Port Mood, B.C. Abby’s mother was sick with worry and despite the extraordinary efforts of searchers and police Abby had vanished into thin air. In a bizarre turn of events, six months later what happened to Abby was shockingly revealed.
Episode 030: In August of 1982, Bob Johnson had not come back to work at the saw mill in Kelowna for over a week after his expected return. Bob had been camping in beautiful Wells Gray Park with his wife Jackie, daughters Janet and Karen and Jackie’s mom and dad, Edith and George Benntley. It seemed both fmailies, and their two vehicles had simply vanished without a trace until a month later when a mushroom picker in the park made a gruesome discovery. BONUS: The co-host of this show HATES being referred to as “the other guy”. His name is Scott, remember it.
Episode 028: In part 2 of 2 on the Happy Face Killer, Canadian born serial killer Keith Hunter Jesperson, we learn about 7 more murders of women across the United States, more Happy Face notes and about his Jesperson’s eventual capture, trial and his psychopathic public antics in the press and online. NOTE: Scott hates this guy passionately.
Episode 026: Kimberly Proctor was an animal loving grade 12 student from Langford, BC, just outside the provincial capitol of Victoria. She was looking forward to seeing her graduation photos and sewing her prom dress with her grandmother. Kimberly did not arrrive at her babysitting job on March 18, of 2010. Her parents were worried and began searching for her right away. This was out of character for Kimberly. They knew something was wrong. Just a short drive away, on the evening of the next day, a badly burned body was found on a walking trail under a bridge. Kimberly’s friends and family feared the worst, and rightly so. The body under the bridge turned out to be that of Kimberly Protor. She had been brutally murdered.
Episode 013: In this episode we tackle a popular unsolved case here in the Lower Mainland of BC. In 1953 two skeletons were found in Vancouver’s beautiful Stanley Park. More than 65 years later, the murders of what turned out to be two children remain unsolved. Bonus: Scott does a hacky job of profiling a murderer.
Here’s Episode 003 of Dark Poutine. In this episode, part one of two, Mike and Scott give a little background on the Terry Driver, Abbotsford Killer charged with the rape and murder of 16 year old Tanya Smith and near fatal beating of her best friend Misty Cockerill in 1995 in AbbotsFord, Britsh Columbia. Scott reveals how he knew the Driver family and Terry. As well Scott became oddly involved in the media frenzy around Terry Driver after his arrest and prior to his trial.
Finally! After a few extra days of technical frustration here’s Episode 002 of Dark Poutine. In this episode, part one of two, Mike and Scott talk about the hunt for the infamous Abbotsford Killer after the rape and murder of 16 year old Tanya Smith and horrific, near fatal beating of her best friend Misty Cockerill on Friday, October 13, 1995 in AbbotsFord, Britsh Columbia.
Just in time for Halloween we bring you Episode #001 of Dark Poutine. After a brief introduction Mike and Scott tackle the case of the floating feet, also known as the Salish Sea Feet.