Content warning: This article discusses suicide. If you are seeking support or need someone to talk to, you can contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636.

Canada‘s infamous highway killers Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky made videos before their deaths, confessing to their crimes and vowing to kill again, it has been revealed today.

Per a new report from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, a digital camera containing six videos and three still images was found near their bodies in northern Manitoba.

The camera belonged to one of their victims, Canadian university lecturer Leonard Dyck, who was killed by the side of the road on July 19.

In the videos, the pair reportedly confess to his murder, as well as those of Australian tourist Lucas Fowler and his American girlfriend Chynna Deese, who were shot on July 15.

Police say that the highway killers did not explain their motives or express any remorse in the videos, leading to the conclusion that their actions were “random crimes of opportunity”.

McLeod and Schmegelsky also revealed plans to kill more people, and speculated that they expected to be dead “within a week”, outlining a planned suicide pact.

After a two-week manhunt that stretched across Canada, the pair’s bodies were found near the shoreline of the Nelson River on August 8.

“It’s huge to be able to hopefully give some people an opportunity to exhale and to hopefully eventually go back to normal and not be afraid of who’s out in the woods any more,” said RCMP commanding officer Jane MacLatchy.