Canadian Teen Killers Filmed 'Last Will And Testament' Before Death

Two Canadian teenagers accused of murdering Australian tourist Lucas Fowler and his American girlfriend reportedly recorded a "last will and testament" before they died.

Kam McLeod, 19, and Bryer Schmgelsky, 19, were found dead in dense bushland near the Nelson River and the small town of Gillam, Manitoba on August 7.

The finding put an end to an extensive, three-week manhunt that involved thousands of officers, spanning four Canadian provinces.

Now it's been revealed that the pair recorded a video message on their mobile phones before taking their own lives, the Toronto Star reports.

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About 30 seconds of that video was shared with the teenagers' families according to an unnamed relative.

The clip reportedly shows the suspects saying their final goodbyes and describing their last wishes for their remains.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police are believed to be in possession of the full video recording but have declined to discuss the matter with multiple local media outlets.

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McLeod and Schmegelsky, both from Vancouver Island, are suspected of shooting Fowler, 23, and his partner Chynna Deese on a British Columbia highway on July 15.

Fowler and Deese had become stranded with little to no phone reception after their van broke down.

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The teens were also wanted over the death of 64-year-old university botany lecturer Leonard Dyck, whose body was found on a separate highway four days later.

Police found two guns alongside the teenagers' bodies which are currently undergoing forensic analysis to determine if they were the weapons that killed Fowler and Deese.

It's hoped their "last will and testament" video message will shed some light on exactly why Fowler, Chynna and Dyck were shot dead.

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