1970 Ontario Serial Murders Investigation: The Gormley Cold Case

In 1970, two young women in Gormley, Ontario, Lynda White and Rosemary McIvor, went missing just days apart. An extensive search of the area turned up no clues. But then, 20 years later, a hunter found skeletal remains in the woods. The remains were later identified as those of White and McIvor, and the case was finally reopened. Despite numerous leads and the creation of a composite sketch of a possible suspect, several investigations and multiple police task forces later, the case remains unsolved. The identities of the two young women's murderer or murderers are still unknown, leaving their families and the community searching for answers and closure.