“The peculier thing is I meet all fourteen criteria” of a serial killer, he blogged.
“Apparently though meeting all criteria makes it unlikely for the subject to be a serial killer.
One night around dinnertime, Kruse Wellwood sent an instant message to Kim Proctor. He lived in a bungalow with his mother on Happy Valley Road, a leafy street in the small town of Langford, British Columbia. She loved cats so much that, when she was young, she wore cat ears to school. Kids teased her about her cat ears, meowing at her in class, and never let up as the years went on.
Kim was crushed and sought out the solace of her friends, including Cam and Kruse, online. They visited sadistic porn sites, and in their frequent chats with each other online, they began fantasizing about rape and bondage.Kruse later said he clearly understood what his father had done, but he seldom discussed it.Kruse had been involved in a variety of incidents—from smoking pot to stealing money from mailboxes—by the time he was 16. A psychiatric report later revealed that Cam had been sexually abused at age four (although it was not publicly revealed by whom).Cam had just finished buying the camp fuel that the boys would later use to set Kim’s body on fire.The three of them chatted for a bit, and then went down to the small brown house on Happy Valley Road with a strand of lights strung along the trim.