CBC Reports: Murder Suspect Died 25 Years Ago

CBC TV says an Air Force sergeant who died 25 years ago is now a suspect in two old murder cases.

The man’s name surfaced last week in a Fifth Estate documentary on Steven Truscott, the man convicted in the murder of Lynn Harper, near Clinton, in the late 1950s.

The Fifth Estate says Alexander Kalichuk was overlooked as a suspect in that murder.

In last night’s program, the CBC said the police now consider Kalichuk a suspect in the death of Susan Cadieux, a five-year-old girl from London who was sexually assaulted and then froze to death one night in January of 1956.

The police also say Kalichuk is being investigated again for another murder in which he was the original suspect. However, investigators have not released the name of the victim in that case.

The Fifth Estate reported that Sergeant Kalichuk had a history of sexual offences dating from 1950. He was stationed at bases in southwestern Ontario and he died in 1975.

Here is a link to the site where this was quoted from.

Murder City – A Social History of Unsolved Murders in London

In the 1960s London, Ontario was the serial-killer capital of Canada. This video explores the details.

I started this blog to expose the secrets in London.

This video gives a good introduction to the topic and the problem.

 

I came across this video when researching into the kidnapping and murder of Kristen French in 1992. The more I learned about her murder, the more I learned about others.

It became increasingly clear that London and surrounding area is a hot spot for this kind of activity.

After watching Dr. Arntfield’s video and checking out his website I was filled with curiosity.

How could this be happening?

What is going on that is allowing these serial killers to get away with their activities?

Who is behind this? Who is covering it up?

Where are these things still occurring today?

When will the killer strike next?

This blog explores and exposes the answers to these questions and more.