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Police investigators Constable Gerry Dalen (right) and Sargeant Mike Easham (left) on Sept. September 13, 1982. David William Shearing pleaded guilty to the 1982 murders of six members of a close knit family he stalked and shot to death on their camping trip in Wells Gray Provincial Park. Bob and Jackie Johnson, daughters Janet, 13, and Karen, 11, and Jackie parents, George and Edith Bentley were found in the Johnson burnt out car. member looks under the Johnson car as it is backed out of the bush on the back of a truck. It was transferred to a closed truck for shipment to Vancouver, September 14, 1982. David William Shearing pleaded guilty to the 1982 murders of six members of a close knit family he stalked and shot to death on their camping trip in Wells Gray Provincial Park. Bob and Jackie Johnson, daughters Janet, 13,
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and Karen, 11, and Jackie parents, George and Edith Bentley were found in the Johnson burnt out car. residents from two families who have been unaccounted for for about two weeks. David William Shearing later pleaded guilty to the 1982 murders of six members of a close knit family he stalked and shot to death on their camping trip in Wells Gray Provincial Park. Bob and Jackie Johnson, daughters Janet, 13, and Karen, 11, and Jackie parents, George and Edith Bentley were found in the Johnson burnt out car.

Police and area search teams prepare to move the burnt out camper in which David Shearing put the bodies of the Johnson and Bentley family before torching it in 1982.

Edith and George Bentley in an undated family photo. David Shearing killed the two, plus their daughter, Jackie Johnson and her family in 1982.
customize basketball jerseys cheap A look back at one of Canada's worst mass murders