The Park Strangler is about to embark on a series of killings in the Pacific Northwest, acting out his hatred for humankind and for women in particular. A lover of animals and nature who abhors the greed of industrial economics and the destruction of our overpopulated planet. But how does an apparently ‘normal’ member of society become ‘abnormal’, a serial killer? How does one man’s desire to preserve our world become his motivation for evil?
Through Stan Harboritz we follow such a person as he endures a mental breakdown and the bombarding voices that surround him. Tired of fighting the voices of his God, Stan visits a church in a desperate search of answers. With the Cross bearing down on him he asks,
“What can just one man do to make a difference?”
Stan concludes that it his duty to help save God’s world. To kill those responsible for overpopulation, the destructive force behind the world’s eventual demise and the breakdown of society—young females, The Breeders.