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The Courier-Mail
Searching for Rachel Antonio
Earlier this year David Murray, an investigative journalist at The Courier-Mail and author of The Murder of Allison Baden-Clay, was contacted by the family of Rachel Antonio – a teenage girl who went missing in Queensland 18 years ago. She has never been found and her family is still desperate for answers. Murray gained access to material few others had seen and spoke to key people in the town the day Rachel disappeared that could hold the key to finally discovering the truth.
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4.5 stars from 339 ratings
Well done
Thank you for bringing this story to our attention with your podcast. Hope it leads to that smoking gun and some important leads from the public. The evidence does seem overwhelming, I must say. Look forward to any updates on searches and new information.
Izapunter via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/23/20
Wanting
I suppose the whole time your hoping there is someone else. Someone else who committed the repulsive murder. Keep listening.. but in the end you’ll agree common sense wins the day.
Turvdogg via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 04/18/20
Great podcast
As a NQ local I found this very interesting. Great research and some angles I’d never heard before. I really hope Rachel’s family get some answers. As an aside, I was particularly interested to hear that the police officer who took the initial report of her disappearance was Mick Isles, who of...Read full review »
ReviewerJan13 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/01/19
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