|Chateauguay's teen serial killer|
|Victim Debbie Fisher|
The blacked-out photo at left is as close as you'll ever get knowing the identity of the sadistic sex murderer who terrorized Chateauguay in the mid 70s.
He was caught but few know his real identity.
It's possible that he's alive and among us. If so he'd be about 49. (The picture was printed in the Allo Police 28 July 1975, p. 3.)
Mr. X claimed the lives of Norma O'Brien, and Debbie Fisher. He savagely killed them in July 1974 and July 1975.
|Victim Norma O'Brien|
The 12-year-old child had been beaten, strangled and raped just 1,500 feet from her front door at 94 Lucerne where she lived with family, including parents Peter O'Brien and Gayle O'Brien.
They still live there.
Norma was walking a mile back from the pool where her water polo practice had been canceled and she headed back around 8:40 p.m. Her body was found by the pool manager a few hours later.
The sadistic murderer had jumped off his 10 speed, pushed her into the bushes, hit her with his shoe and a rock. She tried hitting him with her hair brush and he ended up sticking it in her mouth. He claimed he didn't mean to kill her but just got scared.
Police interviewed 2,000 people but could get no leads.
One year later, on June 24, 1975 the same killer committed a similarly heartbreakingly unspeakable act to Debbie Fisher, 5'5" 108 pounds and a mere 14-years-old. He smashed her skull and left her body in the roadside woods of Brisebois Avenue, 5 kilometers from the first murder.
He was apprehended soon after and confessed.
The trial began in July 1976. The accused was an adult, aged 18, but was tried as a minor, as he had committed the crimes aged 16 and 17. He was found guilty on March 21, 1977. Thus the identity of one of the worst local sex-murderers of recent times has, and will forever be shielded from the public.