Season 1 – 2017

The Frankston Serial Killer: A Charlie Bezzina Case

Charlie Bezzina knew he was behind the eight-ball the minute he received the call about the body of a young woman being found in Frankston.

Worth Fighting For with Dana Vulin

Dana Vulin was stalked by a stranger and then attacked in her own home. She was set alight by a woman who’d vowed to “ruin her pretty face.”

The Mornington Monster: A Narelle Fraser Case

Narelle Fraser is back to tell us about another of the the biggest cases of her homicide career.

Show notes for Episode 21:

Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb

With thanks to Narelle Fraser

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Inside Australia’s Hardest Women’s Jails with James Phelps and Kerry Tucker

James Phelps is an author and journalist with a penchant for prisons. He’s written best sellers about men’s jails, and in his new book, Green is the New Black, he shifts his focus to incarcerated women. Kerry Tucker was one of those women for 7 years. Their perspectives are different, but many of the details are the same.

Show notes for Episode 20:

Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb

With thanks to James Phelps and Kerry Tucker

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Australia’s Oldest Outlaw: Euthanasia Advocate Dr Rodney Syme

Dr Rodney Syme was christened Australia’s Oldest Outlaw in an episode of Andrew Denton’s Podcast series Better Off Dead, because although he admits to consistently ignoring Australian law, he remains at large in the community. Dr Syme helps terminally ill people to end their lives. Also featured in this episode, Mitchell Short, whose father Peter took advantage of Dr Syme’s services. The new documentary Fade to Black depicts their campaign to change Australia’s laws in the last months of Peter’s life.

Show notes for Episode 19:

Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb

With thanks to Dr Rodney Syme and Mitchell Short

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If you have any information on the cases covered by this podcast, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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The Murder of Allison Baden-Clay with David Murray

Brisbane mum Allison Baden-Clay was reported missing by her husband Gerard on the morning of April 20, 2012.