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Queensland Vampire Killer Tracey Wigginton with Megan Norris

Dubbed the “Vampire Killer”, Queensland woman Tracey Wigginton served 22 years in prison for the murder of 47-year-old Edward Baldock in 1989. Wigginton, then 24, and three other women lured Baldock into a car and took him to a park on the banks of the Brisbane River, where she stabbed him 27 times. In 1991 she pleaded guilty to the murder and the lurid details of the crime shocked the nation.

Inside Making a Murderer with Defence Attorney Laura Nirider

If you’re a fan of Making A Murderer, but also if you’re just interested in hearing about the fight to free young people who’ve been coerced into giving false confessions and jailed for life. It’s so much harder to get out of jail than you could possibly imagine.

The Murder of Andrew Preston: A Narelle Fraser Case

The life of Andrew Preston is not the kind that makes it to the headlines or lives in our memories for very long.

Day From Hell: When My School Got Kidnapped

Rob Hunter was just 20 years old and nine days into his teaching career when he and his nine students were kidnapped from their remote Australian school.

Pentridge Confidential: Self-mutilator Garry David with Vaughn Ruddick

Former prison guard Vaughn Ruddick is back with more insider stories of his time at Melbourne’s notorious Pentridge Prison.

Sherele Moody: The Woman Mapping the Murders of Women and Children in Australia

Seasoned journalist Sherele Moody regularly gets rape and violence threats online. Why? Because Sherele is the founder of the Red Heart Campaign and collator of the Australian Femicide Map that is a memorial to women and children who have lost their lives to violence and neglect, regardless of the gender of the perpetrator.