THUNDER BAY – The murder of Kayliegh Ivall has her mother taking to social media to express her thoughts.
The mom wrote an open letter to the “Monster(s)” who murdered her daughter.
“I want to make sure you understand exactly what you have done. When you robbed Kayliegh of her life you created a living nightmare for me and my family. Because of you I will never hear singing coming Kayliegh’s room again. I will never have the constant sound of music drifting from her room. I wont see her graduate grade 8. I wont hear about her first day of high school. I will never have pictures of her high school grad to put on my wall. I will never see her get married or hold any children she may have had. The list of things you have taken from me is endless.
“Now let me tell you about how deep the damage is…I lost my mother when I was 2 years old. I don’t have one memory of her…not one. 14 years ago, when I found out I was pregnant with Kayliegh, I knew it was my girl. I had been dreaming of her for months. My thoughts went right to my own mother, and how hard it was growing up without one. I was determined to make sure my daughter wouldn’t ever have to feel the kind of despair that I did. Her birth was difficult. I almost died. And she was worth every second of it. I was in the hospital for a month and in order to save my life they had to take away any possibility of having more children. Kayliegh is the last child I could ever have. AND YOU TOOK HER FROM ME. The damage you have done will stay with me forever. When Kayliegh died so did my heart. Now I feel nothing but anger and despair.“Every morning I wake up to this nightmare that is now my life…my life without my Kayliegh. I hope what you have done will haunt you for the rest of your worthless life.”
Thunder Bay Police state that their investigation remains ongoing. The murder is the sixth in Thunder Bay in 2020.
If you have any information, or believe you noticed any suspicious activity in the area of Arundel Street near Lyon Boulevard prior to Monday’s police presence, please call the dedicated tip line at 807-684-1545.