In 1966 Camp Breezy Beach closed down when the founders died of cancer. For the next 12 summers the camp became a haven for poachers to hunt and sell illegal game of all types.
In 1979 the Camp was slated to reopen and the poachers staged an armed standoff to prevent this from happening. Twelve staff members were killed, 4 children and at least 10 RCMP officers were also killed in the standoff before the military was called in with orders to "shoot to kill." All but one of the poachers were killed with the exception of Fred Gordon, the leader of the operation.
Over the next 6 summers anywhere between 3 and 6 children were reported missing and never recovered.
In 1984 Chad Baker 11, was kidnapped. He reportedly ran away over undisclosed reasons was never found. His parents were called in to join the search party but they were killed in a car crash on the highway.
In the fall of 1987 Fred Gordon's body was found covered in stabwounds.
Between 1988 and 1993 Camp Counsellors went missing every year until the Premier ordered the camp closed following the summer of 1993.
In 2008, Tim Appleton successfully convinces the Province to allow him to reopen Camp Breezy Beach.
Camp Breezy Beach reopened amid a lot of controversey but also with 5 staff members; Tim Appleton, Mandy, Rick, Randy and Jill handling about 35-40 campers.
The camp's reputation as "Camp BLOODY Beach" preceeds them as Steve, one of Randy's campers, tends to drive everyone crazy with his fake blood driven pranks.
Soon Jenny, one of Jill's campers goes missing during a nature hike.
The camp is currently still trying to find Jenny as we speak.
Can you help us find Jenny? Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org and our website is http://www.myspace.com/whoschadbaker.