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Little lost girls
A new podcast coming Monday October 26th 2020 It's the story of two children who disappeared from the Adelaide oval in 1973.  Joanne Ratcliffe and Kirste Jane Gordon  were two Australian girls who went missing while attending an Australian rules football match at the Adelaide Oval on 25 August 1973.  This is their story. 
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 38 ratings
I think it’s a little over dramatised. Unnecessarily so as the story carries itself without making it a “story”.
AliH75 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/23/20
Amazing
Amazing podcast. Great work!
Gyhibvdgjb via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 11/15/20
Compelling and sad story!
Very good podcast. I have heard of these two young girls before from another Aussie podcast. Great to get a deep dive on this case. There’s only 3 episodes so far and I listened back to back. I’m eagerly waiting for further episodes. The story is told with compassion and sensitivity. Empathetic...Read full review »
Ethnat Bird via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/12/20
Recent Episodes
In this episode we hear the disturbing details of Mark Marshall about what he says happened to the girls and some of the depraved acts that were inflicted on him as a child.  ***Trigger warning, this episode contains strong and graphic detailed descriptions that may cause stress to some...
Published 11/22/20
"Bear" Aka Robert Cameron the BIkie begins his search for answers on the disappearance of the little lost girls and find some very interesting information including a letter from a known pedophile.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Published 11/15/20
Information comes forward around another possible person of interest in the case of the missing children but not from police, from a BIkie called Bear.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Published 11/08/20
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