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Beenham Valley Road
Beenham Valley Road is a true crime podcast taking a look into the tragic murder of 27 yr old Kirra McLoughlin, from Wolvi, Queensland. Hosted by two ex cops who actually met Kirra.
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4.6 stars from 826 ratings
Fantastic podcast
Thank you both so much for doing this podcast!! This poor girl and her family. You both are going to make such a difference. I hope Tom is ok.
$&/: via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/13/19
Really excellent podcast
This is such a horrible, sad story but one that needs to be told. These guys do a great job handling such sensitive material in a respectful way. This is the only podcast I’ve ever been completely hooked on - I listened to the first episode 3 days ago and have been listening in all my spare...Read full review »
8396BB via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/13/19
BVR
Gripping... sheds a much needed spotlight on domestic violence, hopefully it starts a movement to the show the next generation of males how abhorrent D.V is and shows how the vast majority of the public despise those who inflict such mental and physical abuse upon others, hopefully this is not...Read full review »
tjr2709 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/13/19
Recent Episodes
The final regular episode of BVR. Jamie talks with another person who was at Kirra's house on that July night in 2014. Another person comes forward with some information that could be case changing. Stay tuned for future episodes pending any developments. Head to www.six10mediagroup.com to read...
Published 11/04/19
Jamie talks with Graeme, who is and ex police officer and private investigator about BVR and another case he is still investigating. A future podcast is on the cards...Graeme provides some clarity in relation to coronial matters and asks the listeners a favour. The final episode of BVR will be...
Published 10/30/19
Jamie chats to Tom all things BVR; Tom goes into a little more depth as to why he had to take a step back.
Published 10/19/19
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