In the summer of 1992, a dangerous sexual predator was on the loose in North Vancouver. Three young women had been sexually assaulted at gunpoint and two of the victims had been kidnapped. It was a race against time to find the woman and apprehend the suspect before he struck again. But Vancouver authorities really had no idea who they were hunting. The man they were after was a fugitive – a killer who had already left behind a trail of torture and murder in a small Ontario town. And he had no plans on stopping his reign of terror.