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I Always Wanted to Kill: Paul Denyer Serial Killer By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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It would be hard to imagine a more unlikely place for serial murder. The seaside town of Frankston, a 40-minute drive from Melbourne on Port Phillip Bay, south eastern Victoria, renowned for its... More > population of fairy penguins, is the ideal place for a holiday. It was the site chosen for the filming of the classic On the Beach, starring Gregory Peck, one of the world’s most loved, talented and enduring actors, a star from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Yet onto this peaceful, relaxed stage 47 years after the making of this classic film, uninvited and unannounced, walked one of Australia’s worst and most feared serial murderers, The Frankston Killer. He was Paul Charles Denyer, who is now serving three consecutive sentences of life imprisonment with a non-parole period of 30 years at Her Majesty’s Prison at Barwon. He’s doing time for the murders of Elizabeth Stevens, 18, Debbie Fream, 22, and Natalie Russell, 17, in 1993.< Less
I Always Wanted To Kill: Paul Denyer Serial Killer By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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Paul Denyer is an Australian serial killer, currently serving three consecutive sentences of life imprisonment with a non-parole period of 30 years at Barwon Prison for the murders of Elizabeth... More > Stevens, 18, Debbie Fream, 22, and Natalie Russell, 17, over a seven week period between June and July in the winter months of 1993. Denyer, known as The Frankston Killer for his crimes which occurred in the Frankston seaside area of south eastern Victoria, now wants to be known as Paula and wears women's underwear and cosmetics. He claims he hated and killed women because he always wanted to be one. This forensic numerological analysis attempts to establish whether Denyer is also responsible for the murders of two other young women who disappeared in the same area: Sarah MacDiarmid whose body has never been found and Michelle Brown, whose body was found behind a gun shop in Frankston.< Less
Beauty Queen Murder - Allison Baden-Clay By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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A lone kayaker found her, lying as if asleep on the steep, muddy bank of Kholo Creek, where it adjoins the Brisbane River. her body and the river swollen from the torrential, Queensland April rains.... More > This is the story of the trial, interwoven with the forensic numerological profile of the three people involved in the murderous love triangle: Allison, former local beauty queen and mother of three young girls, her husband Gerard, and his lover Toni McHugh. This real life crime was committed in Brisbane, Australia in 2012. In July, 2014, Gerard Robert Baden-Clay, great-grandson of Scouting pioneer Lord Robert Baden-Powell, was given a life sentence of 25 years with the non-parole period set at 15 years. He is currently serving out that sentence at the Wolston Park Correctional Centre at Wacol, just kilometres away from where the murder was committed at Brookfield and Allison's body dumped. It is also only kilometres away from the town of Redbank, where his lovely bride, a country girl, grew up.< Less
A Mormon Murder - Jodi Arias and The Killing of Travis Alexander By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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All the ingredients of a murder mystery, in real life Mesa Arizona. Jodi Arias got herself mixed up with the LDS PrePaid Legal crowd and all that entailed. Corruption, shonky deals, hypocrisy, and... More > her boyfriend Travis Alexander was a dynamite keg waiting to explode. He was abusive, violent, volatile, had pedophile leanings, masturbated to pictures of little boys, his computer had thousands of pictures of pornography even child pornography on it. He wanted her to have exclusively anal sex, told her that their Mormon religion OK'd it before marriage as it was not "real" sex. Only vaginal sex would be frowned upon by the church. She believed him, like the naive fool that she was. She ended up getting pregnant and suffered a miscarriage. Travis' Mormon clique disapproved of her, forcing their relationship underground. Travis announced from the pulpit he was a virgin and was looking for a wife. Openly, he dated women who were more suitable candidates to be his wife. Was this a Mormon Murder waiting to happen?< Less