According to reports, the day the day the two teens killed Kimberly Proctor they attempted to lure another girl to the house.
As family and friends mourn one young victim of killers Kruse Hendrik Wellwood and Cameron Alexander Moffat, no one will know how close another teenage girl came to being their second victim.
Just after the youths were sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 years in the sadistic rape and killing of 18-year-old Kimberly Proctor, her aunt Jo-Anne Landolt reminded people that the two tried to lure another teen to Wellwood's house, while Proctor's lifeless body was still in the freezer.
"I am so very glad that girl didn't come over ... after you did this to Kim," Landolt said Monday in an emotional speech on the courthouse steps in the pouring rain. She at times addressed Wellwood and Moffat directly, while Proctor's parents Fred and Lucia stood next to her, fighting back tears.
"By doing that she saved her own life and spared her family what we have gone through," Landolt said.
On March 18, 2010, Wellwood and Moffat, who were then 16 and 17, bound, gagged, sexually assaulted and killed Proctor, and mutilated her body, at Wellwood's home while his mother was out. They stored her body in the freezer, and the next day, took it to a bridge along the Galloping Goose trail where they set it on fire. Her remains were found later that day.
Later on the night of March 18, over a period of about three hours, Moffat sent text messages to an ex-girlfriend, trying to convince her to sneak out of her house and come to Wellwood's. She declined.
In previous written submissions to the court, Crown prosecutor Peter Juk said the youths' reasons for trying to lure the other girl "will never truly be known."
On Monday, Landolt said the two being locked up for life is the only way to protect the public.
"I know nothing will bring Kim back but knowing these two are locked up for the maximum amount of time allowed and that the public is safe from them is at least something," she said. "Being that these two planned out and admitted to what they did, I don't think they should ever be released into society."
But she added the sentence still isn't enough for the family.
"Our justice system, including bringing back the death penalty and revamping the young offenders' act, needs a complete overhaul," she said. "Why is it that my family has to pay for these two monsters to be housed with the possibility that they could be set loose in our society?"
Proctor's best friend Melissa Hajdu, 20, said she was happy with the sentences but added that they were long overdue.
"I feel like justice was done and they're finally getting what they deserved," said Hajdu, who knew Proctor since Grade 7. "I can finally sleep."
Landolt said the tough sentences don't make the pain any easier for Proctors' loved ones to bear. They "have to live their lives knowing that someone they cared for deeply was brutally killed," she said.
Landolt said her family will never see Kimberly grow up, have a career, or have children.
"Kimmy was just starting a new part of her life and these two took that away," she said. "She was transitioning from a teen to an adult. On March 18, 2010, was a stopping point for all our memories with Kim. We will never know Kim past her 18 years."
She said there will always be a part of the family that is missing.
"That part died when Kimmy was killed. We cannot let this destroy us, because if it does, those monsters killed more than one person that day."
Erika Dashwood, a friend of Proctor's, attended Pacific Secondary with Proctor and her two killers. She said no one could have guessed Wellwood and Moffat could be capable of such heinous crimes.
"I think the whole community was shocked by it," she said.
Dashwood said she was disgusted to hear that the two bragged about their crimes to friends online.
Dashwood said she has known Moffat since elementary school. She said he skipped school often but was never one to be violent.
Another friend of Proctor's, Shae Williams, said Wellwood and Moffat showed anti-social behaviour and mostly hung out with each other.
"I'm pretty sure they just hung out together. They were good friends. Nobody bothered them and they didn't bother anyone," Williams said.
There is still little hint of the motive behind the crime, other than the fact the two had sexual fantasies about killing people.
Proctor had flirted with both boys in the fall of 2009 before declining their advances. They said they picked her because they thought she would be an "easy target."