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Backpacker Murderer: Ivan Milat By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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Gun control came to Australia in 1996, but not soon enough to stop Ivan Milat in his tracks, whose killing spree lasted from 1989 to 1994. They didn’t come any wilder or more reckless than... More > country boy Ivan. The problem was, he was as mad as a cut snake with it. To the local cops, Ivan was a damned infernal nuisance. He had a bad reputation among his mates too, who knew not to trust him when he had a rifle under his arm. He would swing it around with the lightning speed of a bushranger who has just sighted the constabulary on his tail. God help you if you stood within a mile of him. To put it bluntly, Ivan Milat was an effing nutcase. Yes, although Australia has some of the most poisonous snakes in the world, they do not compare to the notoriety or the deadly threat that Ivan Milat, the backpacker murderer, posed to those traversing the highway in his personal neck of the woods. He knew that bush like the back of his hand. To make matters worse, he also knew how to handle guns. That made him lethal.< Less
Backpacker Murderer: Ivan Milat By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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When the bodies of seven young people aged 19 to 22 were discovered partly buried in the Belanglo State Forest, 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) south west of the New South Wales town of Berrima, it... More > engendered fear among citizens and foreigners alike. Five of the victims were international backpackers visiting Australia (three German, two British), and two were Australian travellers from Melbourne. A man local to the area, Ivan Milat, was convicted of the murders and is serving seven consecutive life sentences plus 18 years, which effectively guarantees he will never be released back into the community. His great nephew, Matthew Milat, who idolized his great uncle, at the age of 17 murdered his school mate of the same age in the same forest by monstrously beheading him, and is serving 43 years behind bars, the longest sentence ever handed down to a juvenile in Australia. This is the forensic numerological criminal profile of the Milats, two of the worst killers Australia has ever seen.< Less
Beauty Queen Murder: Nurse Anita Cobby By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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A beauty queen of 1979, Anita Cobby was named Miss Western Suburbs of Sydney in the Miss Australia quest. Seven years later, when Anita was 26 years old, she was abducted from the western Sydney... More > suburb of Blacktown, tortured, raped and murdered in a cow paddock at nearby Prospect, on the evening of the 2nd of February, 1986. Five men, including three brothers, were convicted of her murder and sentenced to life imprisonment, never to be released, without any possibility of parole. Sister Anita Cobby’s fingers, that had so tenderly ministered to her patients, were broken, her bones dislocated, her nose and cheekbones fractured in the shocking assault upon her. The horrifically cruel murder of this lovely young nurse, so kind and caring of her patients, caused so much outrage within Australia that tens of thousands of people subsequently campaigned for the reinstatement of capital punishment. A forensic numerological criminal profile.< Less
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