Hannah Leflar was only 16 years-old when she was murdered by her ex-boyfriend Skylar Prockner on January 12th, 2015. The couple had only dated for six months before Hannah ended their relationship in May 2014. Shortly thereafter, Hannah began dating another boy from their hometown in Regina, Canada. Skylar, on the other hand, was unable to let go of Hannah. In October 2014, Skylar came up with a plan that he called “Project Zombify”, which involved recruiting his friends to come up with a plan to harm and possibly kill Hannah’s new boyfriend. Skylar and said friends allegedly made a fake Facebook account so they could stalk Hannah and her new boyfriend’s whereabouts. However, the plan was eventually called off after Hannah ended up breaking up with her new boyfriend. Skylar continued to keep tabs on Hannah through the fake Facebook account, and he asked his friends to keep tabs on her as well.
By January of 2015, Hannah already had another new boyfriend. Skylar found out about this on January 11th, 2015—a day before Hannah was murdered. Skylar grew infuriated after seeing pictures of Hannah and her new boyfriend on Facebook. He decided to text his best friend and asked him if he’d like to put the plan back into action. His friend replied, “You know I’m in.” This time, however, Skylar decided that Hannah would be his target, rather than her new boyfriend. Skylar asked his friend to lure Hannah to her house after school. He did as he was asked, and Skylar himself was already at Hannah’s house when she arrived home. Skylar’s friend then watched as Skylar chased Hannah through the house. He overpowered her and then stabbed Hannah ten times in the chest, killing her. Hannah’s body was found later that evening by her stepfather. It did not take investigators long to find out who had killed her, and Skylar was arrested the following day. He was charged as an adult. The other teen who was involved in Hannah’s death was arrested as well, but his charges remained at juvenile status.
On July 4th, 2017, Skylar was convicted and sentenced as an adult to life in prison. His accomplice, who remains unidentified, was sentenced as a youth and will eventually be released.
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