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Pendulum
She was a vibrant young woman with plenty of friends: a daughter a sister, a wife and mum to two small children. Why did Margaret Kirstenfeldt suffer a violent, bloody death in the tiny Queensland cane town of Sarina? From murder to suicide and back again - expert opinions have swung wildly. It’s been more than 40 years. Is a killer still on the run? 
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4.2 stars from 220 ratings
Good story
Lots of interactions with people in the area at the time and also people with different associations with the victim. Didn’t find it hard to hear at all as per other comment I’ve seen.
13hickory via Apple Podcasts · New Zealand · 10/08/19
This podcast is pretty good but the background music is not good when driving. It makes you feel sleepy so no good for long trips
Gooses buddy via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/30/19
Pendulum
Enjoying this so much. Lots of twists and turns. But at the heart of this story is a young life ended abruptly and a family left to somehow go on. Then in the last episode a murder so cruel and heartless and because of the times not given the attention it deserved. A shameful crime in a shameful...Read full review »
sammy heaven via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/30/19
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