GAMBIER’S REASONLESS KILLER PAIR NOW BOTH FREE

GAMBIER'S REASONLESS KILLER PAIR NOW BOTH FREE.

GAMBIER’S REASONLESS KILLER PAIR NOW BOTH SET FREE

I’m not sure what initially sparked my curiosity in true crime, 

 Sitting here thinking about it, as far as I can recall, the first true crime book I ever read was way back in the late 70s, I can’t even remember who it was about, The first book I remember was on Neddy Smith, And I think that was the book that turned me on to true crime. read more

SPOTLIGHT EVIL DRUGS AS MAN KILLS 2 FRIENDS

MATES MURDERED BY DRUG PARANOIA

SPOTLIGHT EVIL DRUGS AS MAN KILLS 2 FRIENDS
It was Friday, April 27, 2012. The dirt road was dry, VERY dry,
There was three people in the four-wheel drive, 40-year-old Philip Jonathan Thomas, 41-year old Christopher Bennet Sandison and his partner of 13 years, Cindy Haynes. All three people in the vehicle knew the owner of the property they were heading for, Shane Jon Shove, who owned a house on Jim Jolly Road in remote Sandalwood in the South Australian outback. The area known as Sandalwood consists of 3 houses and a hall. Sandalwood is the sort of place you go when you don’t want to be disturbed by the modern world. It’s dry and dusty, 176 km east of Adelaide. The closest place to civilisation is Karoonda, 28 km back towards Adelaide. read more

BIG ANGRY FINKS BIKIE ACTUALLY KILLS SLEAZY HEROIN DEALER

BIG ANGRY FINKS BIKIE

 BIG ANGRY FINKS BIKIE.

To understand this story, you need an introduction to five people.

Person one is Michael Varehov. Born in China in August of 1968, his family moved to Australia when he was fifteen. Michael looked Chinese, so you would often see him disguising himself by wearing dark sunglasses. read more

ANGELS ACTUALLY EXPLODE IN SUBURBAN STREET AT 5:20am

hELLS aNGELS EXPLODE IN CAR

HELLS ANGELS EXPLODE in car
For this story, we have to dig deep into a bit of the history of the people involved.


Our first person of interest in this story is Vahe Hacopian.
Born in 1979, Vahe was several times a convicted drug dealer.
Believe it or not, Vahe twice got busted trying to mail drugs thru Australia post.
The first time in 2001 when he attempted to send 3kg of Marijuana, via Australia post.He then tried to post them to a Sydney address through the Greenwith post office in the highland village shopping centre, Golden Grove.The drugs were intercepted, Vahe was arrested, and Police also raided his home, finding another eight kilograms of cannabis and two unlicensed firearms. read more

MONSTER KILLS HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN, ONE SON ESCAPES

MONSTER KILLS HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN
the MONSTER and the family he killed

MONSTER KILLS HIS WIFE AND THREE CHILDREN

It was Sunday, January 6, 1991. For this time of year in Adelaide, It was Unusually cold when the daily maximum only reached 22 degrees Celcius.

Earlier in the day, just after 7 am. Firefighters from the Salisbury Command Fire Station in Adelaide’s northern suburbs. Received a dispatch call to attend a house fire in Parafield Gardens. read more

MURDER BY FIRE OR SUICIDE

MURDER BY FIRE OR SUICIDE
This is the story of a gruesome unsolved murder believed to have been committed as part of a major Opal robbery.
It’s 1999. In Australian news, An unprecedented rush for Telstra shares raise Australian share prices to a record high. In Sydney, Stadium Australia was completed at the cost of A$690 million in readiness to host the 2000 Summer Olympics. read more

THE MAN THEY COULD NOT HANG

STABBED 16 TIMES WITH HIS OWN WEAPON. WHO KILLED THE POLICEMAN?
The man they could not hang

Joseph Samuel, or Samuels, the man they could not hang, born in 1780, was an Englishman known for having survived three attempts at hanging him. Convicted for robbery in 1795, he was sentenced in 1801 to transportation to Australia. One of 297 convicted felons aboard the vessels Nile, Canada and Minorca. read more

0001 – SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S FIRST CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

Australian True Crime

SOUTH AUSTRALIA’S FIRST HANGING
For this story, we need to go WAY WAY back into Australia’s deep past.
Into the dark recesses of South Australia’s history

Way back to May 1837, when Samuel Smart, who had previously been a solicitor in Tasmania. Before that in England, he was made Sheriff of Adelaide by the then South Australian Governor, John Hindmarsh.
Immediately upon being signed up. Smart showed what could only be described as commendable zeal” towards anybody who stepped out of line,

It wasn’t long before a resentment for Smart grew. He was soon Marked for special attention by several local criminals.

One night Smart was sitting in his “SITTING ROOM, filling out paperwork. Two men burst into his shack and attacked him. These two men were all known to Smart. One of the men, Michael Magee, fired a pistol missing Smart. However, the shot was close enough for the gunpowder to singe Smarts ear.

The next day special constables were sworn in. It wasn’t long before Michael Magee was arrested. The second attacker, a man named Morgan, escaped overland to the Encounter bay whaling station. read more