By John Gaudet
From page 36 of the January, 2004 issue of Treasure Cache
Copyright © 2004 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved
Beneath the barn were entrances into further mazes of tunnels that eventually led to a wooded area where a strong door like structure lay hidden beneath the foliage.
Canada has had its share of reprehensible crimes and outlaws but a bizarre and tragic series of events set in motion on a little farm at Steep Creek, in Saskatchewan on November 15, 1918 spread shock waves across Canada when, with the killing of a sheriffs deputy, a twisted scheme came to light.
It started with charges of murder, sodomy, draft evasion, petty rustling, arson and theft. It ended in the first and only triple hanging in Canadian criminal history. What made the case even more bizarre were the allegations of Mind control, drug addictions and wild sexual perversions.