Author: Casefile True Crime
Dark sacred night
May I add my congrats on 100 eps too. You started with Wanda Beach and finished 100 with Beaumonts two cases that have haunted every Australian, particularly boomers.They shattered life as we knew it, we knew we couldn't trust anyone. Even our parents, who had been pretty lax with our welfare. In my area a child was attacked in a local park, abducted by a crazed monster. Six weeks later we were back in that park fishing for yabbies, oblivious. The oldest in our group was seven! Think we were told not to talk to strangers and that was about it. Unbelievable I know but very indicative of laissez-faire parenting of 1961
You still haven't topped episode 53 though and it's unlikely you will given the subject matter. This was unsolved at the time. Might I suggest a few more unsolveds, we seem to have very few lately. Great point about all those missing children. Makes you wonder if some of those kids weren't victims of those mentioned here too.
*^+': __CONGRATS ON 100 episodes !__.,;:"'+^*
The whole case is just gutting, but the note read at the end just brings you to tears. it's remarkable what people can survive, really my heart bleeds for the parents and the victims. frustration at media meddling in the sting operation, it's come up before in case #64 and is just a right mess. A little more than disturbing are eye witness accounts of abduction at the stadium, where people describe children visibly struggling with a male suspect .... and that doesn't strike the observer as suspicious in the least? No "Do you know this man?" or any attempts to alert security.
well this will never ever leave me. my goodness it's heart wrenching 😥😥😥😥
Lin Harbourne Unimaginable, too painful to bear thinking about.
each woman will give birth , no they won't .
Where is episode 55?
What are you talking about, THEY gave birth? The woman gave birth. I know, like all podcasters, you have to cower before the PC ubergruppenfuhrers. But give biology its due, please.
Peter Chaloner This is exactly why he's anonymous Peter. OK it ain't the Queens English and it's obvious he's not from an anglo background. Part of the charm. The monotone is good, it's a voice common in Australian men trying to maintain some cool detachment. This week there's "their legacy will never be forgotten" which I found bizarre. I've even tried to help him with the pronunciation of 'man' which comes out a mangled mess as something like 'mearn' and sounds jarring. But he is what he is and he's improved greatly with his pacing since the first dozen eps. You've made your point. The content is generally good, I don't care much for the British episodes. Although the parachuting one was interesting.
K hearts 2.55 to 3.00. "6 weeks later the pair got married. 9 months later they gave birth to their first child". Yes, that's really what Peter has got a bee in his bonnet about 😒
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One of the worst episode. Half the episode talks about the geography
This episode crushed my heart. Great podcast!
i so remember rebecca Shaffer when I was 12. it was so shocking for back in the 80s
glad to hear CASEFILE is still perfection. Thank you Anonymous Host for your consistent reporting. 💕
💟🙏 4 all the victims & CaseFile//☠💯︻╦̵̵͇̿̿̿̿╤──2the perps
I feel so bad for the dad.
lol idk why people are bitching about this podcast.. but this podcast is the best true crime podcast out there in my opinion, the stories of this podcast are written beautifully and I can't wait for the next story keep up the awesome work you're doing with this podcast 👍
What a truly awful case they really were despicable to do what they did.
Finally a new episode
Nidhal Mahjoubi right. this is my favorite. some reason, his Australian accent is soothing and puts me right to sleep. 3 takes to get the whole thing.. love this P.C.