Cindy Hendy is a woman who has suffered a lot, yet instead of being sympathetic to abused women, she partnered up with Toy-Box killer David Parker Ray.
She supplied women to him and took part in the brutal torture of the victims. After only 19 years in jail, today she is a free woman. The number of women kidnapped, raped, tortured, and eventually murdered by David Parker Ray will never be known.
According to his former girlfriend and accomplice Cindy Hendy, he had told her of abducting and torturing well over 60 women. He’d been doing that for a long before he met her.
Far from being shocked or terrified by the gruesome confession, Cindy saw him as a sort of soulmate and eagerly agreed to help him find new victims. She took turns with Ray to torture the captive women and derived great satisfaction when she saw them suffering.
Making Of A Monster
Cynthia Lea Hendy was born in 1960 and grew up in a poor neighborhood in Everett, Washington. She had a miserable childhood, being raised by an alcoholic single mother who couldn’t care less about her children.
The woman worked as a bartender, went from one abusive relationship to another, and neglected her children to the point that they were starving. One of Cynthia’s childhood friends recalls the terrible scenes when the child had to beg her mother for food.
“She would never give the kids a dime. All of us were hungry. We’d be lucky to get a can of tuna fish out of her. We’d go over after school, and Cindy would have to beg like hell till her mother threw out a can of tuna fish just to get rid of us.”
When the girl was 8, her mother got married to another man, no better than those who had abused her before. Only the new husband also had an eye on the girl and when Cynthia was around 11, he climbed into her bed and tried to rape her.
The girl resisted and the man later claimed he was drunk and thought it was the conjugal bed. Not that the mother cared, she sided with her husband anyway and by the age of 12 the girl found herself out on the streets. Cynthia Hendy did everything she could to survive, she turned to prostitution, frequented drug dealers, and was soon addicted to cocaine.