- Dec 21, 2005
- AFL Club
- Western Bulldogs
The latest ep is full on. Crazy how many people are into watching those videos.
Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
I remember watching that video a few years ago - it was doing the rounds on the internet called '3 guys, 1 hammer'. Beyond f’ed up.The latest ep is full on. Crazy how many people are into watching those videos.
I felt like Carly's mum did everything right. It is easy to look at things in hindsight.Caught up on a few recently.
Horror street sucked to listen to. So much carnage for no reason.
Carly Ryan was even more sad. I certainly don’t want to blame the Mum and hindsight is always easier but that whole thing seemed off from the get go. That was absolutely devastating.
The most recent one was just all kinds of ****** up. It’s hard to believe what you’re actually listening to with that.
Of course, that’s why I said that. I think there were definitely signs though. For instance, why would the Dad make an appearance before the boyfriend? Straight away, that seems a red flag for me.I felt like Carly's mum did everything right. It is easy to look at things in hindsight.
I think it might benefit people if they listened to true crime podcasts more actually. Myself with hindsight, realise I was so naive I think up until I was about in my mid twenties I was a target. Sometimes surprised I made it, I just believed everything people said.I’ve clearly listened to too many Casefile podcasts haha.
Nah I agree with you as well. I think the hindsight part is that sequence of events. It sounds to me like the mum reacted normally like 'ummm, thats a bit odd ... but okay'. In hindsight it is a massive red flag, but in the moment its not like you would immediately go 'the guy on the internet is probably made up and this guy is a pedophile'Of course, that’s why I said that. I think there were definitely signs though. For instance, why would the Dad make an appearance before the boyfriend? Straight away, that seems a red flag for me.
I’ve clearly listened to too many Casefile podcasts haha.
Great podcast. Simalr to The Teacher's Pet.Trace: Cold case families 'relieved' as new laws make it easier for coronial inquests to be reopened [Victoria]
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I kept listening to it expecting a big twist, but as you described it was just a horrific crime perpretrated by a low life scumbag.The latest one made me absolutely sick to my stomach.
I'm not big on the death penalty but that piece of shit deserved worse than cancer.
Find it incredible they're still selling that 'How to' book as well.
I'm the same. that's why I found the Lesley Molseed case so riveting and ultimately tragic for multiple victims.Each to their own I guess. I prefer the ones which have a bit of a twist and turn. Hoddle Street is a very familiar case. It was still good ... just not anywhere near my 'favourites'.
I havent finished case 99, or started 100, but they have felt a bit flat lately.Case 100 is out this weekend. The Beaumont children, which works as a great companion piece to the first episode, Wanda Beach. Those two cases in the mid 60s pretty much changed Australia's attitudes to the freedoms their children had and brought about the much more watchful attitudes we have now.
Without reading all those articles, how do you know he reads this?Hope I'm not repeating anything. Listened to The Frankston and Tynong North Serial Killer pod last night.
Did you know, Casefile reads Bigfooty?
Frankston has one of the highest rates of crime in Victoria – Herald Sun
Six women murdered but still no conviction – The Sydney Morning Herald
Tynong North and Frankston killings remain some of Australia’s worst unsolved murders – Herald Sun
Six unsolved murders remain one of Australia’s most baffling mysteries – Courier Mail
Public revelation of serial murder suspect sparks debate – ABC
Retired detectives back in the hunt – The Age
Tynong North Murders – Big Footy
Does Frankston deserve its mixed reputation? – Homely
Referred to it above. I don't know if the host reads BF but I think his researcher does. The link casefile supplied goes to the bigfooty Tynong North thread.Without reading all those articles, how do you know he reads this?