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Only last week I'm sure I heard of another body being found in the Belanglo Forest, but can't remember the circumstances or details now...I was half asleep listening to the radio, so may have dreamed it.
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That's right Rosella, I remember now...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deat...ndalyce_Pearce
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Must be going senile, Gut. I completely forgot the 'Angel' victim was the mother of the little girl found in the suitcase when I wrote the above post! Of course, they tracked her movements as she and her daughter moved around the country, didn't they, and then she disappeared and a wheelchair bound woman who's related to the bloke charged with her murder was accessing her parenting payments and Family Tax Benefit for Years. The little girl was killed a little time after her mum, they speculate. Horrible people to do such things to a young mum and toddler! Hideous!

So they think he may have been in the habit of preying on vulnerable women. Interesting! We might have another serial killer here who has a few bodies buried at Belango perhaps.
Wouldn't be at all surprised if there are more from that low life
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Only last week I'm sure I heard of another body being found in the Belanglo Forest, but can't remember the circumstances or details now...I was half asleep listening to the radio, so may have dreamed it.
Didn't hear anything last week, a bit if a spooky joint even before they found any bodies.

And I don't really believe in "feelings" but that place was strange.
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Yeah, I'm reasonably sure I did in fact dream that....
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That's right Rosella, I remember now...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deat...ndalyce_Pearce
I think the child in the suitcase was looked at to see if she was possibly Maddie from the resort disappearance, if I recall a thread elsewhere. Of course nothing came from that.
What a very sad and senseless story.
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I think the child in the suitcase was looked at to see if she was possibly Maddie from the resort disappearance, if I recall a thread elsewhere. Of course nothing came from that.
What a very sad and senseless story.
Yep and little William Tyrall, more there than meets the eye I think.
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Didn't hear anything last week, a bit if a spooky joint even before they found any bodies.

And I don't really believe in "feelings" but that place was strange.
Sort of, The Sydney/Canberra Triangle......now that is scary!
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Sort of, The Sydney/Canberra Triangle......now that is scary!
Not wrong there.
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