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Could This First-Ever True Crime Podcast Be The Next Thing To Grip The Nation?

The Cleaning of John Doe is an invitation to see a true crime scene in a way that has never been done before! Crime fascinates people. That is why a host of entertainment shows and series are dedicated to the world of crime in one way or another. Some have been going for decades and show no sign of ‘dying’. Sometimes storylines are morbid, at other times they are exotic or even verging on bizarre, yet one factor remains the same; an abundance of adoring fans are riveted to the spot as they wait for the next installment.

How or why crime stories fascinate the human psyche is something which may never fully be understood. Perhaps it is the fact that it engages that basic, yet powerful, emotion in-built in every human; fear. Crime entertainment allows people to experience the fear of threat, without that threat becoming part of their reality.

It’s

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Families frustrated by delays that could free accused killer

For 10 long years, Eileen Mohan has hoped and prayed for justice for her murdered son Christopher.

He was 22 when he was dragged into a penthouse apartment across the hall from his family’s home and killed with five others in what became known as the Surrey Six murders.

Ed Schellenberg, also a bystander, was servicing the fireplace in suite 1505 at the Balmoral when he got caught in the slaughter that Friday afternoon. The others who died were young men involved in the drug trade — brothers Corey and Michael Lal, Ryan Bartolomeo and Eddie Narong.

Mohan says her life stopped on Oct. 19, 2007, when she lost her only son. 

“Only I understand what it is like to go home every single day to a silent home that used to be filled with love, laughter, food, everything. The one thing I miss most is being called Mom,� she said this week as she

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Families frustrated by delays that could free accused killer Jamie Bacon

For 10 long years, Eileen Mohan has hoped and prayed for justice for her murdered son Christopher.

He was 22 when he was dragged into a penthouse apartment across the hall from his family’s home and killed with five others in what became known as the Surrey Six murders.

Ed Schellenberg, also a bystander, was servicing the fireplace in suite 1505 at the Balmoral when he got caught in the slaughter that Friday afternoon. The others who died were young men involved in the drug trade — brothers Corey and Michael Lal, Ryan Bartolomeo and Eddie Narong.

Mohan says her life stopped on Oct. 19, 2007, when she lost her only son. 


Christopher Mohan, in the wrong place at the wrong time when a drug gang murder plot played out in 2007.

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Families frustrated by delays that could free accused killer Jamie …

For 10 long years, Eileen Mohan has hoped and prayed for justice for her murdered son Christopher.

He was 22 when he was dragged into a penthouse apartment across the hall from his family’s home and killed with five others in what became known as the Surrey Six murders.

Ed Schellenberg, also a bystander, was servicing the fireplace in suite 1505 at the Balmoral when he got caught in the slaughter that Friday afternoon. The others who died were young men involved in the drug trade — brothers Corey and Michael Lal, Ryan Bartolomeo and Eddie Narong.

Mohan says her life stopped on Oct. 19, 2007, when she lost her only son. 


Christopher Mohan, in the wrong place at the wrong time when a drug gang murder plot played out in 2007.

Wayne Leidenfrost /

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Read more at: http://vancouversun.com/news/crime/families-frustrated-by-delays-that-could-free-accused-killer-jamie-bacon