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The Morning Bulletin
A 9-year-old girl is attacked on a busy road as she walks home from school. Her murder stuns a community, but it also reveals a horrifying secret: a serial killer has been stalking our streets. The Morning Bulletin’s Michelle Gately tells the forgotten story of Queensland’s first convicted serial killer through interviews with those closest to the case, including a victim’s mother and the prison informant who became an unlikely hero.
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4.6 stars from 189 ratings
Sad story
My heart goes out to the victims. It’s hard to write a bad review when the story is so worth telling but I didn’t enjoy this. The journalist is monotone like she’s reading a book. The constant background music is jarring. I gave up at E3. And by the way - in E3 - the 14 year old victim you...Read full review »
YerOne73 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/10/20
A well told true crime story
A compelling, well told story that has to be heard. The families story and how the local community reacted is incredibly powerful. This podcast is a must listen.
Claire Coupland via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/20/20
Good + feedback to author
Sad podcast. My heart goes out to the friends, family and loved ones of the victims. I'd like to suggest that the podcaster be more wary of their use of language when discussing or mentioning autism. For instance, there is no such thing as "severe" autism. There are Autistic people...Read full review »
BumbleBeeTuna58 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/29/19
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