Bruce McArthur's apartment
Serial Killer House in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
This is Bruce McArthur's former apartment building.
It is situated at 95 Thorncliffe Park Drive in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
McArthur lived in apartment number 1915, which is on the 19th floor.
The serial killer moved to this address at some point between 2007 and 2008.
Between 2010 and 2017, McArthur murdered eight men in his bedroom through "ligature strangulation".
However, his age and the sophistication of his crimes have led detectives and criminologists to believe that he started killing people much earlier than 2010. This is because most serial killers tend to start between the ages of 25 and 35.
On January 18th, 2018, a police surveillance team noticed McArthur entering this building with a younger man. By that stage, the authorities had enough evidence to prove that he was involved in the murders of two men named Selim Esen and Andrew Kinsman. As a result, they decided to enter the apartment and arrest him.
Their decision to end the surveillance and execute the arrest proved to be the correct one, as they found the young man tied to a bed.
Following his arrest, a police forensic team spent four months combing through his apartment. The walls, furniture, ceilings, and floors were all painstakingly examined.
In January 2019, McArthur pleaded guilty to eight charges of first-degree murder. One month later, he was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole for 25 years.
He will not be able to apply for parole until he reaches the age of 91. And even then, it is extremely likely that his application will be denied.
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Bruce McArthur apartment address
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95 Thorncliffe Park Drive, Toronto, Ontario, ON M4H 1L7, Canada
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The apartment is in the East York district of Toronto. It is just north of the Don Valley Parkway expressway, in a neighborhood called Thorncliffe Park. The entrance is near the intersection between Overlea Boulevard and Thorncliffe Park Drive.
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This is a private property. It is not a public place. Therefore, you should be respectful and not step foot on the property without permission.
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95 Thorncliffe Park Drive
This is an aerial image of the apartment building at 95 Thorncliffe Park Drive. It sits right beside Overlea Boulevard.
During the four-month-long forensic investigation into McArthur's apartment, Toronto Police Service vehicles were constantly parked outside the building.
McArthur's victims were strangled to death in his bedroom.
It is likely that he specifically chose this metal bed frame because it was sturdy and offered multiple points to constrain someone.
During a search of the apartment, investigators found individually labeled folders, which he had been using to store photographs of his victims, both dead and alive. In total, they discovered 18,000 photographs.
Following their deaths, the victims were posed and photographed wearing fur coats, cigars, and hats.
When the police forced their way into the apartment on January 18th, 2018, they discovered a frightened young man tied to the bed with a black bag over his head.
Bruce McArthur murdered eight men between 2010 and 2017. He typically targeted men who looked Middle Eastern or Asian.
At the time of the murders, he was working as a landscaper.
His first known victim was Skandaraj "Skanda" Navaratnam (third man from the left, on the top row). Skanda was last seen on September 6th, 2010. He had romantic ties with McArthur in the past and had also worked for his landscaping business.
McArthur contacted many of his victims through gay dating websites and fetish websites. Following the murders, he buried their remains in large flower pots and planters.
In July 2017, the Toronto Police Service set up a task force to investigate the disappearances of local men. The first clue was discovered in the calendar of Andrew Kinsman (bottom left). On the calendar entry for the date that he went missing, Kinsman had written the name "Bruce".
McArthur was born in Lindsay, Ontario, in 1951. He married Janice Campbell in the 1970s.
In 1979, the couple moved to Oshawa.
McArthur started having sexual affairs with other men in the early 1990s. Not long after, he admitted to his wife that he was homosexual.
Although the couple continued living together for a while, they eventually separated in 1997. At that point, he decided to move to Toronto to live closer to its gay community.
Throughout the 2000s, he regularly visited bars in Church and Wellesley, which is an LGBT village in Toronto.
His first known attack took place on the night of October 31st, 2001, when he used a metal bar to assault a man who had invited him back to his apartment. Although the man survived the attack, he was left unconscious for a period of time.
He committed his first known murder at the age of 58.
He worked as a mall Santa in 2013 and 2014.
This location belongs to the following categories:Serial Killers
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