Snowtown: The Bodies in the Barrels Murders with Jeremy Pudney - #100
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It's almost 20 years since the discovery of human remains in barrels in a bank vault in the tiny spot of Snowtown, South Australia. The shocking discovery of eight dismembered bodies in six barrels made headlines around the world. In total there were 12 victims of a killing team of three men from the North Adelaide suburbs, led by the depraved John Bunting. Journalist Jeremy Pudney, who wrote the definitive book on these murders joined Meshel and Emily for ATC's 100th episode to talk about the dysfunction that set the scene for these crimes and the evil in the minds of the killers. Warning: please be advised this episode contains graphic content. Show notes for Episode 100: Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb With thanks to Jeremy Pudney Like us on Facebook ‚Äč Follow us on Instagram or Twitter Support us on Patreon Purchase Snowtown: The Bodies in Barrels Murders in our Bookshop Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Google Podcasts Listen on Spotify If you have any information on the cases covered by this podcast, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Thank you for listening!
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