Preying on middle-aged Native women in Vancouver's Skid Row district, Gilbert Paul Jordan's insatiable taste for drunken sex led to at least ten cold blooded killings.
Unlike any others in the known history of serial homicide, Jordan used alcohol to murder his victims. All of these young women were found dead with blood-levels many times over the safe range. The driving force behind Jordan's evil was his egocentric desires that led him on a fifty year criminal record path causing havoc along the way. Delving into Jordan's crimes, alcoholism and mental illnesses, his life tells a story all his own, and it is no wonder why, Gilbert Paul Jordan became one of Canada's most notorious serial killers.
This is Volume 10 in the monthly issue of Crimes Canada: True Crimes That Shocked The Nation. A Peter Vronsky and RJ Parker Publication.
The Alcohol Murders: The True Story of Serial Killer Gilbert Paul Jordan
Harriet has been a writer since single digits of age. She would sit in her parents' office and type out stories on the big heavy typewriter dreaming and creating. Let's just say this is where it all started. Harriet had a diary like Harriet the Spy.
Over the decades, Harriet has written in many different capacities including: penning a newspaper column, magazines, journaling, and blogging.
Harriet has a double identity as a writer: as a woman embracing the journey of life documenting life lessons and as a correctional officer working inside the walls of the institutionalized.
Harriet found true crime writing in 2015. The Alcohol Murders: The True Story of Gilbert Paul Jordan has debuted in December 2015 creating a newfound love of true crime for Harriet. The research process and delving into investigating was as fascinating as the writing about a serial killer. This book is Volume 10 of the Crimes Canada collection written by an incredible author team.
Harriet also has two stories in Justice Shall Be Served: An Anthology which is a touching collection of stories shared by police officers, correctional officers and military officers from around the nation. Harriet looks forward to more true crime projects and possibly dabbling in historical crime fiction.