brian cassie


Last footage of Cassie Jo Stoddart filmed by her classmates, Brian Lee Draper and Torey Michael Adamcik, who would murder her that night

Brian Lee Draper and Torey Michael Adamcik were both 16 years old when they brutally stabbed their friend and classmate, Cassie Jo Stoddart (16), to death on the 22nd of September, 2006. She got stabbed a total of 29 times, nine of those wounds were fatal. On that night, Cassie was house sitting for her aunt and uncle. Her boyfriend, Matt, was hanging out with her when Brian and Torey suddenly showed up. They decided to watch a movie together, until Brian and Torey said they preferred to go to a movie theater. Cassie and Matt wanted to stay at the house, so they did. They thought Brian and Torey went to the movie theater, but in reality they were waiting outside. Brian and Torey discussed their plan to kill Cassie for the last time. Suddenly, the electricity in the house went out, but it got restored right before Matt got picked up by his mother. Brian and Torey were the ones who shut the power off and they did it once again when Cassie was alone. That’s when they went into the house and stabbed her to death.

Brian Draper and Torey Adamcik were both convicted of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder. They were sentenced to life in prison without the possibility for parole.


Scream Copycat Killers
The Murder Of Cassie Jo Stoddart

On the 22nd of September 2006 in Idaho, 16 year old Cassie Jo Stoddart was housesitting her aunties home when her boyfriend Matt came over. Later her two class friends 16 year olds Torey Adamcik and Brian Draper came over, they then left to watch a film, but they never went they were laying in wait. After her boyfriend left the electric kept cutting out, the boys crept back with scream masks on and Adamcik stabbed her 30 times. After the murder the boys drove to black rock canyon and disposed of everything

Shockingly enough the boys videotaped before and after the murder, bragging about what they did and even talked before the killing at school. Brian Draper was obsessed with the Columbine High school Massacre.

At trial Torey Adamcik and Brian Draper were sentenced to life without parole 

The Stoddart Family filed a lawsuit against the Idaho school after claiming that the boys were a threat especially talking about it during class. The claim was dismissed as the actions were not foreseeable. 


On September 22 2006, Cassie Soddart was killed by her classmates Brian Draper and Torey Adamcik. The two boys frequently talked to Cassie in class, and were considered to be friends of hers. The three of them attended Pocatello High School in Pocatello Idaho. On the night of September 22, Cassie was house sitting for her aunt and uncle. Cassie was hanging out with her boyfriend Matt, when Brian and Torey showed up and suggested that they watch a movie. The boys suggested that they all go out, in an attempt to lure Cassie and Matt outside and kill them. Cassie and Matt assumed that their friends went to the theatre without them, and stayed at the house.The power was cut, with the intention of Cassie not knowing who her killers were. The power was restored before they could execute their plan. Eventually Matt was picked up by his mother, and Cassie was alone. The boys locked the doors, and cut the power. Before stabbing her 29 times, they banged on the walls and windows to frighten Cassie. The boys left and buried the evidence in a hole. Cassie’s body was found by her 13 year old cousin, after returning from the trip. Initially the police questioned Matt, however his mother was able to provide an alibi. The police eventually came across Brian and Torey. The two tried to blame each other on the murder. However, when they revealed the location of their buried evidence, a video camera revealed that the two planned it together. The boys were inspired by the movie Scream, and Brian admitted to being impressed by the Columbine shooters. In August 2007, they were convicted of first degree murder, and conspiracy to commit murder.


There’s a million reasons why I should give you up.. But the heart wants what it wants!

Rollercoasters (Luke soulmate au)

Summary: au in which everyone has a tattoo of the first words their soulmate says to them

Word Count: 1,233 (wOW I GOT CARRIED AWAY)

A/N: thanks so much for getting my last imagine 100+ notes! And 50 followers like wow!! I’m still crying tears of joy over it tbh


All your life, you had grown up hearing stories about the soulmate mark. Throughout your childhood, your friends had giggled and conspired about the words that were etched onto their skin. Some were simple - a brief “Oh, I’m sorry,” or even a suave “Well hello, beautiful.” Others were strikingly unique - like “Yeah, but what if the geese are innocent?”

Everyone you knew walked around just listening for those words to alert them to the presence of their other half. You, on the other hand, were a bit apprehensive. Your mark, scrawled across your right hip bone, was downright scary: “Are you ready to scream?”

You best friend Cassie had met her soulmate Brian two months ago (finally hearing that awaited “Shit, is that the last box of Cheerios?” at 2AM in a minimart) when the two of you decided to take a vacation together. You were expecting a girls-only weekend, wanting to finally spend some quality time with her again, until she called you the night before the trip and asked if Brian could come along. You reluctantly agreed, figuring that they were probably still in the honeymoon phase and she’d be miserable without him anyway.

The three of you set off on the long drive to the theme park. You tried not to be nauseated by their PDA and constant heart-eyes, but it was hard not to be a little bit jealous.

The next day, after a night in a cramped hotel room, you found yourself in line for the biggest roller coaster in the park. You were deathly afraid of thrill rides, but refused to stand and wait while Cassie and Brian had fun all day, so here you were.

You wiped your sweaty palms on your jeans for the hundredth time and tried not to think about the steep drops and loops you’d have to endure on this ride. When you finally reached the front of the line, you noticed that the rollercoaster’s cars only seated two people. Cassie looked at you sympathetically, and you tried to hide your annoyance.

“No, it’s fine. I’ll just ride with someone else,” you said casually, looking around at the group behind you: four rowdy boys who towered over you. One of the boys had his arm slung around a girl, and the group seemed to be having a similar conversation.

“Well, one of us is going to have to ride alone,” said the oldest-looking one as he tightened his grip on the girl.

“I vote Luke,” said the one with bright blue hair. The tall blonde, presumably Luke, groaned as the tanner, dark haired one said “sorry, man.”

“Hey, our friend needs someone to ride with,” Brian said, gesturing towards you. You felt a little embarrassed.

“Perfect!” said the dark-haired boy, smiling at his friend. Luke gave a thumbs-up, but didn’t say anything.

Moments later, you were climbing into the rollercoaster seat and securing the lap-bar with shaky hands. Luke seemed to have regained his spirits, smiling and laughing excitedly with his friends and he slid into the seat next to you. Once both of your seatbelts were securely fashioned, he turned towards you with an excited grin.

“Are you ready to scream?” he asked, visibly excited.

“Just as long as we don’t die first,” you answered nervously, too scared to think about anything else.

At your words, Luke’s demeanor changed. He stared at you, seemingly speechless, and rubbed the side of his ribcage. Suddenly you realized what he had said, and your hip bone started to burn slightly.

Words were just starting to form in your mouth when the rollercoaster shot forward, forcing all other thoughts from your mind. You screamed your lungs out the entire ride, barely stopping to take a breath. When the coaster finally pulled to a stop, you looked down to see that you had grabbed Luke’s hand at some point during the ride and were gripping onto it for dear life.

“Sorry,” you said shakily, releasing him.

“That’s alright,” he said, still staring at you in awe. The lap-bar released and you stood up and exited the coaster as quickly as you could. Once outside, you looked around the dense crowd for Cassie and Brian. You felt a tap on your shoulder, and spun around to see Luke standing there, looking nervous.

“Hi, um, I was just wondering. On the ride - well, I think I said something like “are you ready to scream?” or something,” he stuttered, and your stomach dropped as he said the words again. “And, well, I just wanted to know - what did you say back?” he looked away from your eyes, clearly anxious to hear you answer. Your mind swam as you tried to concentrate on something other than the smell of his cologne or the way his voice soothed you.

“Uh, I think I said ‘as long as we don’t die,’ but why do you ask?” He was looking at you now, as he mumbled a few nervous inaudible phrases and lifted the side of his shirt to reveal the words inscribed on his ribcage: “Just as long as we don’t die first.”

Your knees felt wobbly and you felt tears prick your eyes, and suddenly you understood every annoyingly sweet story about soulmates meeting for the first time. You resisted the urge to move closer to him and you pushed aside the hem of your shirt to reveal your own mark. Even though he must have expected it, Luke gasped when he saw his own words emblazoned on your skin. You laughed and wiped a few stray tears away from your cheeks that were already sore from smiling.

“Um, hi,” he said, smiling down and you and taking a step closer.

“Hi,” you replied, shrinking the distance between you. The two of you stood there speechless for a minute until you were interrupted by Cassie running up and calling your name.

“Oh my god, Y/N, where have you been?” she asked when she finally reached you.

“I was… um…” you began distractedly, not taking your eyes off Luke. Cassie looked back and forth between the two of you until she finally connected the dots.

“Wait, is this him?” she asked hopefully. By now, Luke’s friends had found him and stood around looking confused at the scene you two were making. You nodded your head to confirm that you had finally found your soulmate.

One of Luke’s friends, whose fingers were now interlaced with his girlfriends’, grinned and asked “Wait, you’ve found her?”

“Yeah, I think I have,” Luke said, looking over at his friends. You felt an undeniable magnetism pulling you towards Luke, and soon found yourself standing even closer to him. He looked down at you again, meeting your eyes and making you feel a bit dizzy.

“I’m Luke, by the way,” he said.

“Hi Luke,” you replied, savoring the taste of his name on your tongue. “I’m Y/N.”

“Hi Y/N,” he answered with a contagious smile. Before long, you had been introduced to his three friends and the group of you, along with Cassie and Brian, were heading to a snack stand for celebratory slushies. As you walked toward the stand, Luke slipped his hand into yours, smiling at you sheepishly. You squeezed his hand and couldn’t help but feel like you were meant to be by his side.