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Ever since the shocking deaths of three young women in 1996 and 1997, the unanswered questions surrounding the Claremont serial killings have remained one of the biggest mysteries in WA history. Any hope of justice in the tragic deaths of Ciara Glennon, Sarah Spiers and Jane Rimmer seemed bleak for more than 20 years, with police coming unstuck and no sign of a breakthrough. That was until the arrest of Bradley Robert Edwards in 2016, who was subsequently charged with the trio's murders. For the past three years details about the allegations facing Mr Edwards have...
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4.1 stars from 911 ratings
Not an Alison fan.
Alison Fan. Rude, self important, ageing dinosaur on Stokes’ favourites list like Zempilas is to AFL. Get her off. She’s not a journalist. She’s a barracker.
Luke from Perth via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/23/20
Such an interesting podcast and great to hear from the legal experts and reporters.
clare 17011701 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/22/20
Spit it out
I am completely intrigued with the story but for goodness sake Tim stumbles and stutters over his words just spit it out instead of going around and around the topic. I find I fall asleep before the end every night because it’s like being hypnotised
Lynnie sim via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 01/22/20
Recent Episodes
It has been revealed for the first time that Ciara Glennon may have been struck on the back of her head in the moments before her death. The blow may have stunned, or rendered her semi-conscious. This information we can bring to you now, because late on day 32 of the Claremont Serial Killings...
Published 01/24/20
Before Day 31’s evidence in the Claremont Serial Killings trial could be heard, Justice Stephen Hall issues a temporary suppression order on all details regarding the post mortems of Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon, including any injuries and the causes of death. Justice Hall said the suppression...
Published 01/23/20
The forensic officer who was involved with the collection of what is now seen as key pieces of evidence for the prosecution has revealed one of those pieces of evidence mysteriously disappeared after it was stored for the weekend at police HQ after Ciara Glennon’s autopsy. Sgt Adam McCulloch,...
Published 01/22/20
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