The Crimes of Peter Woodcock: Canada's youngest serial killer

The Crimes of Peter Woodcock: Canada's youngest serial killer

By Kristi Lee | Canadian True Crime

TORONTO, ONTARIO. The story of Canada's youngest serial killer, Peter Woodcock, and the wrongful conviction of Ron Moffatt.

In the mid 1950s in Toronto, a black-haired teenager on a bicycle terrorized downtown neighborhoods. How long would it take the police before they caught him? And who would get caught in the crossfire?


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Research and writing: Nate Hendley

Additional script editing / podcast story structure, narration and music arrangement: Kristi Lee

Audio production: Erik Krosby


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