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Jun 25, 2016

Part 2 of the Frankston serial killer. At the end of part 1 police had found out who owned the suspicious vehicle parked on Skye Road at the time of Natalie Russell's murder. Will it get them anywhere though? 

 

MUSIC

1. ‘Flatline intro’ and ‘Come play with me’ intro and outro www.dl-sounds.com

2. All other music scoring performed by Mike Migas and Andrew Joslyn 

 

RESOURCES

(contains spoilers)

1. The Frankston serial killer, book by Vikki Petraitis

2. Forensic investigators season 1, episode 1 – Paul Denyer

3. The following newspaper articles from ‘The Age’ as found on newspapers.com

– Wednesday, June 16, 1993
– Sunday, July 11, 1993
– Monday, July 12, 1993
– Wednesday, July 14, 1993
– Friday, July 16, 1993
– Sunday, July 18, 1993
– Sunday, August 1, 1993
– Monday, August 2, 1993
– Saturday, December 11, 1993

 

 

Jun 18, 2016

Donna had recently received a few prank calls and she was getting nervous. She had a young baby and didn’t like the idea of being alone at night. Her boyfriend Les worked as a pizza delivery driver, and she decided to spend the night driving around in the car with him, rather than stay home alone.

The first thing Donna saw when she returned home was her cat on the lounge room floor, dead. The words “Donna you’re dead”, were written in blood up on the wall. In the bathroom were Donna’s two kittens. Both also dead.

The unit had been ransacked. Drawers pulled out, cupboards opened, her things thrown everywhere. There were knife slash and stab marks on the walls and in cupboards. It’s a good thing Donna didn’t stay home alone…

 

MUSIC

1. ‘Flatline intro’ and ‘Come play with me’ intro and outro www.dl-sounds.com

2. All other music scoring performed by Mike Migas and Andrew Joslyn 

 

RESOURCES

(contains spoilers)

1. The Frankston serial killer, book by Vikki Petraitis

2. Forensic investigators season 1, episode 1 – Paul Denyer

3. The following newspaper articles from ‘The Age’ as found on newspapers.com

– Wednesday, June 16, 1993
– Sunday, July 11, 1993
– Monday, July 12, 1993
– Wednesday, July 14, 1993
– Friday, July 16, 1993
– Sunday, July 18, 1993
– Sunday, August 1, 1993
– Monday, August 2, 1993
– Saturday, December 11, 1993

Jun 11, 2016

It was Wednesday the 2nd of August 1989. 41 year old Marguerite Edwards started the day like any other. Making sure her three daughters were up, and ready for school.

Marguerite was happily married to Iain Edwards, a successful orthodontist with a surgery in Bondi. They lived in a two storey house on Victoria Road, Woollahra in Sydney’s Eastern suburbs.

After getting her daughters organised, Marguerite dropped them at Ascham school, in the nearby suburb of Edgecliffe. She then made her way to an aerobics class, before doing some shopping at Bondi. She returned to her Woollahra home sometime after midday. Later that afternoon, Marguerite's three daughters were waiting. School had finished, and they were wondering where mum was…… 

 

MUSIC

1. ‘Flatline intro’ and ‘Come play with me’ intro and outro www.dl-sounds.com

2. All other music and audio clean up performed by Mike Migas and Andrew Joslyn 

 

RESOURCES

(Warning: Contains spoilers)

1. Excellent documentary to watch after listening to the podcast ‘Chrysalis’ from Benjamin Mathews

2. The suspects: True Australian Thrillers. Season 1 Episode 2

3. Coroner’s report 

4. Following newspaper articles from the Sydney Morning Herald Newspaper
– Saturday August 5th, 1989
– Wednesday August 9th, 1989
– Sunday December 17th, 1989
– Thursday 31st May 1990
– Tuesday January 12, 1993
– Wednesday 13 January 1993
– Thursday January 14th, 1993
– Saturday 27th of November 1993

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