Bob Brown was part of an elite police team who were flown in to catch a killer stalking the outback in 1987. This man had randomly executed five people at remote camping sites in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. More than thirty years on he and his team were recognised with a Bravery Award from the West Australian Government for their actions in stopping a German national Joseph Schwab from killing more people. Bob tells us his story.

Show notes for Episode 185:

Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb

With thanks to Bob Brown

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