Since 1969, at least 18 women have gone missing or have been murdered along Canada's infamous Highway 16. Locals call it "The Highway of Tears." The Royal Canadian Mounted Police's Highway of Tears task force, Project E-PANA, is in charge of the 13 homicide investigations and five missing persons cases.
Colleen MacMillen was last seen alive in August of 1974. Her remains were found the next month. The Highway of Tears task force matched male DNA recovered from Colleen's clothing to Bobby Jack Fowler -- a Texas native who worked as roofer in Prince George. The discovery was made after his death.