Cindy Hack Unsolved Mysteries: In June 1989, when a body was discovered lying in the yard of an abandoned house in Richmond’s quiet Vancouver, British Columbia, a suburb of the capital. He was a 44-year-old Cindy James nurse. Her hands and feet were bound back behind her. She was drugged and strangled. Her death was suspected to be an accident or suicide by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Cindy was a 1966 nursing graduate. Later she became the child’s pre-school administrator with mental and behavioral problems. She’d been married but had no kids of herself.
She broke up with her husband in July 1982. She started mysterious and often intimidating phone calls four months later. She documented almost 100 acts of harassment over the next seven years. Five physical assaults were aggressive, while others were silent telephone calls.
After the police took part, things got worse. She listened to prowlers in the night. Your porch lights were broken and your telephone lines are broken. She said bizarre notes started appearing on her doorstep, according to her friend Agnes Woodcock. Someone tried to frighten her. She refused to offer information and was afraid.