If you find it difficult to get your head around the deal that Cameron Hooker (23) and his wife, Janice struck, then you are not alone. He agreed to let her have his baby only if he was allowed to have a s*x slave.

They worked together to kidnap two women. Cameron r*ped them and then murdered one. He kept the other woman imprisoned in a box under his bed and used her as his s*x slave.

When Did Hooker Become A S*xual Predator?

As a teenager, his personality change was noticeable, but his family never guessed that he would become a monster.

He was born in 1953, in Alturas, California. He was remembered as a “happy kid” and always the class joker. There was little cause for concern that he might grow up to be a s*x predator.

His family was itinerant, but eventually settled in Red Bluff, California in 1969. At that time he showed small signs of changes to his personality.

The Hooker family noticed that Cameron had become withdrawn, but they put it down to teenage angst, and he finished high school without any significant occurrences.

After he met Janice, things changed dramatically. She was to become his wife and that was the start of a bizarre time in his life.

Janice Just Wanted To Be Loved

Janice was an insecure 15-year-old who would do anything for love. By this time, Hooker was employed at a local lumber mill, and she described him as “nice, tall, and good looking.”

She admitted that she did not care how boys treated her, she was just desperate to be loved.

From the start, Hooker abused Janice, and she went along with his bizarre requests. For example, he asked permission to hang her from a tree using leather handcuffs, like he had done to other girls, and she complied.

Janice was frightened and hurt by the experience. However, she was won over by the affection he gave her afterwards. That was just the start of his bizarre requests.

Cameron Hooker married Janice in 1975, but it was not the wedded bliss Janice had hoped for. His sadomasochistic exploits nearly killed her.

She endured whippings, chokings, and being submerged underwater, which terrified her. However, she continued to love him and wanted to have his child.



Shortly after they were married, they struck a chilling deal. She could have a child if he could have a s*x slave.

During her testimony in court, Janice Hooker said she had hoped that the “slave girl” would provide Hooker with an alternative release for his depraved fantasies. She made only one condition – he was never to have s*x with the girl.

Cameron Finds His S*x Slave

After the birth of her little girl in 1976, Janice had to uphold her end of the bargain. In May 1977 they picked a young hitchhiker.

Colleen Stan (20) was going to a party when she met the Hookers along Interstate 5. Spotting Janice and the baby in the car, she thought she’d be safe, and accepted the ride.

As soon as she was in the car, Hooker pulled out knife, and then locked her in a wooden head box, which he had made previously and stored in the car.

On arrival at the Hooker’s home, Cameron quickly stripped the girl naked and hung her from the ceiling. She was blindfolded and gagged. That was just the introduction to a seven-year nightmare of abuse that she endured.

He whipped her, electrocuted her and, r*ped her despite his promise to Janice. During the day, Stan was locked in a box under their bed.

Cameron forced Janice to type a “slave contract” with the conditions that Colleen would have to comply with.

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She had to agree to be called “K, and address Cameron as “Master” and Janice as “Ma’am.”

She spent all day locked in the box under their bed, and apparently, Janice gave birth to her second child while Stan was locked in the box under the couple’s bed.

To exert control over Stan, Cameron told her that he belonged “The Company” – a covert organization who would hunt her down and murder her family if she tried to escape.

Incredibly, Stan became brainwashed by Hooker, and even took him to meet her parents, telling them that he was her boyfriend. After the visit, he returned her to the box.

In 1984, things started to unravel for Hooker. He underestimated how Janice would react when he broke the news that he intended to marry “K” and keep her as a second wife.

The long-suffering Janice had reached her breaking point, and she plucked up the courage to talk to her pastor about her bizarre marriage.

Soon after, she told Colleen the truth about “The Company,” saying that Cameron had made it up to scare her.

The two women ran away together, taking the opportunity to escape from the monster who had controlled their lives, and Janice filed a police report.

The Trial Of Cameron Hooker

Janice and Colleen Stan testified at his trial. They described the abuse they had endured by Cameron. And then Janice brought some new evidence to light.

She informed the court that Cameron had brutally tortured Marie Elizabeth Spannhake in 1976, and then murdered her.

Cameron’s defense team tried to imply that Stan was a more than willing participant in his devious fetishes.

They tried to claim that, despite kidnapping Stan, the s*xual acts were consensual, and could not be considered criminal.

To everyone’s disbelief, Hooker’s lawyers found a psychiatrist who was willing to minimize the extent of his brutality to the women.

He maintained that what they had suffered at the hands of Hooker was on a par with the gruelling initiation training of new Marine recruits.

The judge refused to let him continue this incredible explanation. Hooker denied the severity of the s*xual exploits, claiming that the women were exaggerating.

The jury found Hooker guilty on seven of the eight counts he was accused of. These included kidnapping and r*pe. The combined total of the sentences was 104 years of imprisonment.

After being sentenced, Hooker had the audacity to say:

“I want you to thank the judge for me. I have a library, a gym, and the time to enjoy them, and it’s better than living with those two women.”

Hooker Is The Most Dangerous Psychopath

In an unusual move, the Judge spoke out about Hooker.

He said:

“Hooker is the most dangerous psychopath I have ever dealt with…he will be a danger to women as long as he is alive.”

At 61, Hooker applied for parole under the Elderly Parole Program of California. It was denied and he continues to serve his sentence.

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