Alan R. Warren – The Horror of the “Wells Gray Murders”
Alan R. Warren returns, this time to discuss the “Wells Gray Murders” that took place in British Columbia in 1982, when three generations of a family were found burned to death in their car en route to a camping trip. Alan’s new book on the murders shines a spotlight on the crime that captured the attention of a nation, recounts the narrative of a complex police investigation, and discusses whether a convicted mass murderer should ever be allowed to leave the confines of an institution. Most importantly, it tells the story of one family forever changed.
Alan R. Warren has his Masters Degree in Music from the University of Washington in Seattle, a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C. Canada and a Recording & Sound Engineering Diploma from the Juno Award-winning Bullfrog Studios in Vancouver B.C. Canada. Alan started writing for articles in True Case Files Magazine and is still a contributor to Serial Killer Magazine. Since then he has completed 16 true crime books for two different publishers, RJ Parker/Vronksy Publishing in Toronto, Canada and WildBlue Press in America.
Murder Times Six: The True Story of the Wells Gray Park Murders
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In Chains: The Dangerous World of Human Trafficking
The Last Man Standing Is Jack Daniel McCullough
Killing Game: The True Story of Rodney Alcala
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