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A family mass murder
This is the story of a mass-murder that divided a nation - a story that began in a rickety old home on a cold June morning in 1994, where five members of a seemingly ordinary New Zealand family were gunned down. There were two suspects. One lay dead from a single bullet to the head. The other was the only survivor: David Bain. Since then the country has asked: who killed the Bain family? David or his father Robin? In this podcast, Martin van Beynen explores the case from start to finish, picking through evidence, the mysteries and motives, and interviewing never-before-spoken-to witnesses....
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 1,734 ratings
Well done!
This was very in-depth and kept me enthralled. Thanks!
Arthur's a Snowboarder via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/19/23
Brilliant Podcast
Binge listening to it now. Great job Martin.
Fan to be via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 03/14/23
I listened but I’m disappointed. So much speculation and complete disregard for mental health and how it impacts behavior. Also huge assumptions and conclusions based on no real evidence.
eclaire782 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/10/23
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