Robert Pickton Biography
Birthday: October 24, 1949 (Scorpio)
Born In: Port Coquitlam
Robert Pickton is a Canadian pig farmer turned serial killer. He has been convicted of the second-degree murders of six women and held responsible for the deaths of twenty other women. He was first charged with the murder attempt of a sex worker, who had managed to escape despite being stabbed several times by him. He was eventually released on bail. During his killing spree, he had murdered so many women that it is hard to list the names of his victims chronologically. One of his murder victims was a 29-year-old woman named Sereena Abotsway, who was reported to be missing by her foster mother. Another victim was Mona Lee Wilson, who went missing after a visit to her doctor. Pickton continued his killing spree until it was discovered that the women who went to his farm always went missing. He was eventually arrested and charged on several counts of murder after incriminating evidence was found in the farm. After being found guilty during his trial, he was sentenced to life imprisonment with no possibility of a parole for twenty-five years. A film ‘On the Farm’ was released in 2016. It was a fictional story about the women who eventually became his victims based on a book of the same name by Stevie Cameron.