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Lost in Sydney
LOST in Sydney is an investigative podcast series that tells the story of missing persons from across Sydney, developed by NewsLocal journalists. The investigative series, which includes in-depth podcasts, special features and exclusive content released on a weekly basis, works its way through suburbs across Sydney and tasks local journalists to bring you an exclusive new look into several cases that rocked Sydney. Welcome to Lost in Sydney: The Series.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 27 ratings
Love this series
Lost in Sydney tells stories of missing person cases from my community. This series is shedding a new light on cold cases that have always been in the back of my mind but I didn’t understand the entire case. Safe to say I now do.
N3WSH0UND via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/14/18
An incredible experience
Lost in Sydney is a refreshing new look at some of the most interesting missing person cold cases in Sydney. I can’t believe how in depth episode one is and just can’t wait for episode two.
lozDawgz via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/08/18
Great stories
Lost in Sydney gives a voice to cases I've never heard of. It's important to keep these in the national conversation so the family and community aren't forgotten.
MA4NN3 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/08/18
Recent Episodes
Just after midnight on a Saturday 40 years ago, Avalon teenager Trudie Adams hitched a ride home from Newport surf club and was never seen again. As part of this podcast, a friend of Trudie has spoken publicly for the first time about being one of the last people to see her before she disappeared.
Published 08/31/18
MAUREEN Matterson left her Seven Hills home on December 5, 2003, for her daily walk to visit friends - but the 57-year-old grandmother never returned home. NewsLocal Journalists Jake McCallum and Heath Parkes-Hupton investigate the mystery surrounding the disappearance of a loving grandmother and...
Published 08/28/18
IT IS Boxing Day, 1982, a young indigenous boy jumps the back fence of his Dundas Valley home to scurry off to Eastwood station - he is on a mission to borrow money for his mother - minutes later his brother goes after him, but Bradford Pholi is never seen again. NewsLocal Journalists Jake...
Published 08/19/18
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