To his grave

Updated: Sep 26, 2020

Jonathan David Drew is dead. Official records say he died of the flu -- admitted to the ICU in January with ARDS, multi-organ failure, and pneumonia, among other things and he died less than 24 hours later.

One monster is gone, but what secrets did he take to his grave?

Tina was not his only victim. She couldn't have been. Multiple women testified in the punishment phase of his trial how he brutally sexually assaulted, tortured, and threatened them. Sometimes, an accomplice was mentioned.

But, who was the other perpetrator? So many predators lived and worked in the same area of Calder Rd., dubbed "The Killing Fields" for the four murdered women who were found there in the 80s and 90s. He had to know at least one of those other men.

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