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Episode 064 - In April of 1992 Ian and Nancy Blackburn did not show for a family get together near their recreational property in Caledon, Ontario. The couple were found murdered and stuffed into the trunk of Nancy's car outside their home in Toronto. The number one suspect, had allegedly been breaking into properties in the Caledon area throughout the winter and his aberrant behaviour had been escalating toward the dangerous and bizarre.

Although identified as, David Alexander Snow, 37, an eccentric antiques dealer in Orangeville near Caledon, he eluded police. In Vancouver, BC, where he'd fled, Snow went on a two week crime spree of kidnapping, rape, robbery and violence, before being apprehended by North Vancouver RCMP on July 12, 1992.

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Research Assistance: Rebecca McNall

Sources:

Crime Seen by Kate Lines - book
Cold North Killers by Lee Mellor - book
A Friend of the Family by Alison Shaw - book
Canadian Monsters by Robert Keller - book
David Alexander Snow - murderpedia
David Alexander Snow | Crime Documentaries
MacLeans Magazine 1992 - A Twisted Case
R. v. Snow, 2000 BCCA 113 (CanLII) , http://canlii.ca/t/5363
R. v. Snow, 1996 CanLII 8398 (BC CA), http://canlii.ca/t/1wntx
R. v. Snow, 2004 CanLII 34547 (ON CA), http://canlii.ca/t/1j0sb

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