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He liked having secret power over life and death. No doubt about that. Still, he was mildly puzzled why he did it. From the moment he first picked up Terri Lynn that morning, he knew he was going to kill her. It added excitement to sex. And he knew he would kill again. The last in a three part series from Predator: The Life and Crimes of Serial Killer Clifford Olson.
At first Terri Lynn didn't notice the car that pulled up beside her. The man driving was smiling-- a nice smile. He had dark, wavy hair and eyes that danced. He was wearing neat, sporty clothes and the car was clean. "Where are you headed?" he asked out the passenger window. Part 2 of Predator: The Life and Crimes of Serial Killer Clifford Olson continues.
Details of the murders of Canada's most notorious serial killer, Clifford Olson, have never been made public -- until now. In the first of a three-part series from the newly published Predator: The Life and Crimes of Serial Killer Clifford Olson, award-winning Canadian journalist Peter Worthington describes how he got to know Olson, and the peculiar relationship that unfolded.