Stevie Cameron, author of "On The Farm," tells a gruesome tale of Robert Pickton's Vancouver

When Cameron first saw the Downtown Eastside, she thought, "Blow it up." It was a pool where predators easily caught their prey.

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An interview with Stevie Cameron, author of "On The Farm", the bestselling new book about serial killer Robert Pickton in two videos

Grisly, suspenseful, informative,  "On The Farm" catapults forward from Pickton's early life to his deadly seductions. In telling the story of Pickton and his victims, Cameron tells the story of Vancouver itself.

Filmed and edited by Anne Watson and presented here in two parts: Uncut.

Part Two of Stevie Cameron Interview

Cameron discussed a range of topics from the shocking police negligence to  the hard life of Vancouver prostitutes to how organized crime operates in the city.  She shared her perceptions of  the Downtown Eastside and explained why Vancouver was the perfect place for Pickton to prey on some of the most vulnerable women in the world.

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