Homicide Detective Charlie Bezzina received a phone call about a man who’d been punched outside a popular St Kilda pub during an altercation with a bouncer.
Charlie Bezzina was lead investigator on the Frankston Serial Killer Case in which Carmel and Brian’s daughter Natalie was the final victim. In this episode Charlie talks us through the investigation.
The Frankston Serial Killer took their 17-year-old daughter Natalie in 1993, and Carmel and Brian have lived through many more challenges since then. Now they’re looking at eviction from their home of 30 years and they’re very reluctantly asking for help.
Emily is joined by Sandra Charlton, the cousin of Vicki Arnold. Vicki was the woman accused of murdering her best friend Julie-Anne Leahey before killing herself in this week’s episode of Australian True Crime.
Jack Charles, known respectfully and affectionately as Uncle Jack Charles is a survivor who has much to tell about life, starting from the impact of being one of the Stolen Generation; Indigenous children forcibly removed from their families as a result of various government policies. Uncle Jack’s life has traversed orphanages, prison, addiction, recovery, art, theatre, activism, advocacy… he is a survivor. We speak with Jack about his incredible life and he delves into deep issues of society, all the while maintaining his indisputable charm.
Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content.
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