Teenagers Who Killed Their Triend Planned The Crime To Be ‘Just Like’ A Horror Film Scream.

This is the horrifying true story of teenage killers Torey Adamcik and Brian Draper, who murdered a friend in a crime they meant to be “exactly like” the horror film Scream, but in “real life terms.”

Casey Stoddart, 16, was house-sitting for her cousin in Idaho on September 22, 2006, and had invited her boyfriend Matt Beckham, as well as their friends Adamcik and Draper, both 16, over.

After two hours, Adamcik and Draper left, but Beckham and Stoddart were completely oblivious of the youngsters’ filthy scheme.

Casey Stoddart

Draper had unlocked a basement entrance so they could sneak back into the house, and they had switched off the power to the property 15 minutes after they had left.

Beckham called his mother to ask permission to stay with Stoddart after she’d been shaken by the power going out, but she said no, so he had no choice but to leave Stoddart alone in the house.

Stoddart’s body was discovered two days later. She’d been stabbed a total of 30 times.

Draper had unlocked a basement entrance so they could sneak back into the house, and they had switched off the power to the property 15 minutes after they had left.

After his mother was upset by the power outage, Beckham called her to ask permission to stay with Stoddart, but she declined, leaving him with little choice but to leave Stoddart alone in the house.

Stoddart’s body was discovered two days later. She’d been stabbed a total of 30 times.

Adamcik and Draper were among the last persons to see Stoddart alive, according to police. Draper led cops to a stockpile of evidence in the Black Rock Canyon region, which included multiple knives, masks, and dark clothing, as well as a homemade Sony videotape.

Adamcik and Draper could be seen on the recording arranging Stoddart’s murder and then later reacting to her death.

Draper could be heard saying: “We’re gonna go down in history. We’re gonna be just like Scream except real life terms.”

Torey Adamcik (right) and Brian Draper

Scream, a 1996 film, depicts two masked killers who break into the homes of their teen buddies.

They also named Ted Bundy, Ed Gein, and the Zodiac Killer as inspirations for their horrible conduct.

Draper and Adamcik were convicted of first-degree murder and murder conspiracy. They were given the death penalty and were condemned to life in jail without the possibility of parole. Adamcik has tried unsuccessfully to appeal his sentence since then.

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