Between November 1984 and June 1985, parents in Montreal, Canada, were terrorized by the specter of an anonymous child-killer stalking their city, selecting his victims at random, brutalizing and sexually abusing his male victims before discarding their bodies like so much rubbish. Although police made every normal effort to detect the killer, he remains at large, his case unsolved. The first to die were Wilton Lubin, 12, and his playmate, eight-year-old Sebastien Metivier, reported missing on November 1, 1984. Lubin was found in the St. Lawrence River a month later, his throat slashed, but Sebastien Metivier is still among the missing. On December 2, four-year-old Maurice Viens was reported missing from home; discovered in a vacant house five days later, the child had been sexually abused, then killed by heavy blows to the back of his head. Twelve-year-old Michel Ethier disappeared on Christmas Day 1984, turning up in the St. Lawrence, a reported drowning victim. Denis Roux-Bergevin, age five, had been missing for three days when strollers found his bludgeoned, violated body on the shoulder of a highway, twelve miles east of town. Based on the existing evidence , authorities acknowledged a connection only in the Viens and Roux-Bergevin murders, but the frightened residents of Montreal were not convinced. Gary Rosenfelt -- who lost a step-son in the Clifford Olson murder spree -- told newsmen, "Everything indicates that there is a serial killer in Montreal, and the police there do not seem to even acknowledge it." Speaking for his department, Detective Sgt. Gilles Boyer informed the media that all sixteen members of the Montreal homicide squad were involved in the manhunt. "We are looking all over -- in sewers, everywhere," he said. "The kids are not that big. They are easy to get rid of."