Season 4 – 2020

Perth’s First Serial Killer

Perth was terrorised in the 1960’s by an illusive night stalker. He killed men and women, in different ways and ran the police in circles. And that’s just the beginning of this extraordinary story

Catching the Kimberley Killer

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.

7 Bones

Former Detective Peter Seymour and his team took a crushing not-guilty verdict and turned it into motivation to keep digging.

Amazing Grace found in loss to a serial killer

Kylie Nicholas is mesmerising. Her younger sister Nicole was chosen at random by serial killer Peter Dupas in 1999. It changed Kylie’s life in the most unexpected ways.

Victoria’s Laws are about to get even worse for victims

Journalist Nina Funnell is exposing the Victorian Governments latest bizarre proposed legislative changes. This time they are trying to wipe the names of victims from history.

The Nurse with Camille Bianchi

Jim Griffin was a nurse in the children’s ward of Launceston hospital for 18 years until 2019. He was also a prolific paedophile. Journalist Camille Bianchi’s podcast The Nurse examines who knew, and for how long. 

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Show notes for Episode 181:

Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb

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#LetHerSpeak Janelle O’Connor’s sexual assault. WARNING – VIOLENT CONTENT – #159 (mentioned in this episode)

The counselling and crisis support services for victims of child sexual assault in Northern Tasmania referenced by Camille are Laurel House and Enterprising Aardvark.

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