It’s an intimate and harrowingly close observation of a woman accepting the unacceptable. In today’s episode, Megan joins Emily Webb and Vikki Petraitis to discuss a Queensland case she’s been following, that of a so-called Black Widow, Patricia Byers.
It’s now or never to find some evidence that could lead to answers about what happened to the couple and they believe the answer lies in finding the remains of Stephen’s vehicle—a distinctive green Bedford van.
True crime authors Emily Webb, Vikki Petraitis and Liz Porter, talk about a landmark case not only in Australian crime fighting, but international crime fighting. It’s the story of the Narong Road Rapist.
Dandenong-raised Mahmood Fazal, is a university-educated former member of an outlaw motorcycle club who has a unique perspective from the inside.
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.
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.