Cindy James lived in an ordinary suburb of Richmond in Vancouver, British Columbia. A nurse by trade, Cindy lived an unremarkable life while married to her psychologist husband Roy Makepeace. Roy and Cindy separated in 1982 and shortly after began a series of events that would lead to one of Canada’s most mysterious unsolved cases. The following years Cindy alleged she was the target of psychological and at times physical torture by a mysterious assailant. Threatening phone calls, assaults inside her home, and even a case of what was possibly arson eventually cost the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 1 million dollars in resources to investigate. Cindy’s ordeal would eventually lead to the gruesome discovery of her body discovered in a ditch with arms bound behind her, barefoot, miles from her own home. Her death was ruled a suicide. This case file the Theorists open up the freezer for this cold case in...The Death of Cindy James.