Unsolved The Beaumont Children

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DropBearess

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It’s highly likely this case will never be solved the lack of evidence and no bodies.
I think it will be solved one day; maybe not in our time though. Without going into my long-held theories on this case, l believe the children's bodies lie somewhere between Wenzels Cake shop and their home, probably almost as the crow flies.
Some day, a property will change hands, or be redeveloped, or gardens and sheds changed around, or it becomes a deceased estate. Three small bodies will be found, probably not far below the ground.
 

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I think it will be solved one day; maybe not in our time though. Without going into my long-held theories on this case, l believe the children's bodies lie somewhere between Wenzels Cake shop and their home, probably almost as the crow flies.
Some day, a property will change hands, or be redeveloped, or gardens and sheds changed around, or it becomes a deceased estate. Three small bodies will be found, probably not far below the ground.
You would imagine every house along that route has changed hands at least once in the 55 years. If the offender was about 30 like they say. He would be around 85 or older by now. Generally most elderly have moved into care by 85, but I know of some who haven’t moved yet.

I once owned a house up near the Broadway and while walking back to jetty road, I would wonder what happened to them. There are lots of houses along Moseley street and surrounding streets. Its a mammoth task to try and pick out the right one. you would have to turn to census data to pick out all the homes who had a single male occupant, (but there is no guarantee that the offender was single) There was also short term accommodation in that area, which is a possible location as well.
 

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Can I please just bring this up?
If someone on here wants to bag me out in public, insult my previous avatar, and call me a BF leader, can you please
do it via private message. I don't know who you are and you don't know me, in no way have I ever taken over a
thread in a leader type of role!!
 

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Can I please just bring this up?
If someone on here wants to bag me out in public, insult my previous avatar, and call me a BF leader, can you please
do it via private message. I don't know who you are and you don't know me, in no way have I ever taken over a
thread in a leader type of role!!
It probably isn't anybody who engages in here at all Deni, this thread seems to be gossipped about a lot over social media for some reason.

What's come to light beyond our scope of comprehension anyway? LOL Nothing's going on, even the usual suspects have gone quiet.
 

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Huh, it clearly means he was convicted of the crime he had committed a month before the Beaumonts.
Thats not saying he was tried and convicted of it a month before, it means he was convicted 50yrs after the event that actually took place a month before the beaumont abduction.
I find it more unbelievable that someone would misinterpret that and run with it to be honest.
Don't have a go at me, I was just replying to Grey Crows post!!

"was convicted of violently raping Max's son a little over a month before the Beaumont kids disappeared.
He wasnt - he was convicted 50 years after they went missing"
 

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It probably isn't anybody who engages in here at all Deni, this thread seems to be gossipped about a lot over social media for some reason.

What's come to light beyond our scope of comprehension anyway? LOL Nothing's going on, even the usual suspects have gone quiet.
Well this person is quite vocal, the children were never murdered, they were taken to live new lives with a family that knew Mrs. Beaumont.
They even think they have closed this section of the forum down, ie: we've all gone quiet, since they posted about them living in the country somewhere..
 

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Well this person is quite vocal, the children were never murdered, they were taken to live new lives with a family that knew Mrs. Beaumont.
I saw that theory somewhere, it's one that's had quite a bit of air over the years and I don't think it's true.

They even think they have closed this section of the forum down, ie: we've all gone quiet, since they posted about them living in the country somewhere..
If there was any truth in that theory people would probably still be talking about it.
 

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There are so many ridiculous theories on that site, I don't know why the admin let them get away with it, thank christ we have more sensible heads here!!
 

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Don't have a go at me, I was just replying to Grey Crows post!!

"was convicted of violently raping Max's son a little over a month before the Beaumont kids disappeared.
He wasnt - he was convicted 50 years after they went missing"
Lol, It clearly means he was convicted of violently raping max's Son, a crime which took place a little over a month before the Beaumont's went missing.

Poorly constructed, yes, however, the point is clear to anyone with any knowledge of the case.
 

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Lol, It clearly means he was convicted of violently raping max's Son, a crime which took place a little over a month before the Beaumont's went missing.

Poorly constructed, yes, however, the point is clear to anyone with any knowledge of the case.
And that was my point. For many under 30 this is an historical case mostly garnered rom the media. This poor construction could steer people in the wrong direction
 

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It's already been searched due to Bevan Spencer von Einem. No human remains found. The McIntyres aren't certain about Stansbury. Knowing the police wouldn't believe their Stansbury guess they've had to fabricate a positive sighting in the car boot. Myponga Dam was their back-up guess.
Of course there were no remains in the dam, if you had read it correctly it was said that Max and Co left the bodies in the dam for two weeks then fished them out, pardon the pun. So there was no trace of them in there when it was searched!
The McIntyers are certain about Stansbury, that is what the petition is about, to dig the well at Stansbury, this is what started this whole outlandish story about where the children are..
First seen in the car boot.
Next put in the dam.
Next taken to Stansbury and buried in the well..
All three things were alleged to have happened according to the Mc's!!
 

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Of course there were no remains in the dam, if you had read it correctly it was said that Max and Co left the bodies in the dam for two weeks then fished them out, pardon the pun. So there was no trace of them in there when it was searched!
The McIntyers are certain about Stansbury, that is what the petition is about, to dig the well at Stansbury, this is what started this whole outlandish story about where the children are..
First seen in the car boot.
Next put in the dam.
Next taken to Stansbury and buried in the well..
All three things were alleged to have happened according to the Mc's!!
Wonder when they'll come up with some, you know, evidence...

I haven't listened to this but might do so later

 

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I've added the Beaumont's to this genealogical project in case SA Police ever discover any remains, or even people who purport to be the Beaumont children, so that if they obtain genetic material, they can explore their trees to find living relatives to do comparison matching.

Anybody on geni.com is welcome to expand and correct any errors or merge their trees to common ancestors etc. Living people will generally show only as "private" except to close relatives.

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johnymac1

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Derek percey who was a possible suspect should have been kept in a small cage until he talked but instead he sat in jail getting paid by his navy pension and having a great time until he died
I think the Beaumont abductor is similar to Percy. Being a Sadist, and a Sexual offender and Predator

In other ways he might be very different. For instance our guy might be a family man.
 

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For fifty five years we've been waiting for someone to come forward and say, something like ......"Ah I think my "Uncle Tom" was the abductor"
So why would someone make an accusation like that? why would his nephew "Little Jimmy" blurt out something like that?

The children disappeared with about 17 items, including towels and bags etc.

Lets say little Jimmy was playing in Toms shed and come across an old flight bag.. He's thinking to himself! Ahh.. but Toms never been on a flight.
He plays a bit more and finds a small white purse. Little Jimmy thinks again, out loud this time.. but there's been no females living here.. ever!
Jimmy is smart, he watched all of the true crime dramas and starts to search a bit deeper.
Looking through boxes he suddenly finds a load of newspaper clippings that feature disappearance of the Children and possibly the AO case.

Poor old Jimmy is a bit tired now, he continues to find things around the house that may indicate his Uncle Tom was a predator.
Jimmy is careful he puts back everything as he found it. including Toms porn collection. He also may have found clothing.

Jimmy gets a thought.. and remembers. Oh back in the summer of 66, Tom went on a sudden vacation, which lasted weeks, possibly months.
He looks again at the old newspaper clippings, he sees the identikit drawing of the suspect, then rushes inside and grabs an old pic of old Tom.. bingo
Toms pic, if Jimmy looked closer was taken at the kids school or church group or even at Glenelg beach

So where is Little Jimmy now and why hasn't he turned-in, his old Uncle Tom?

Some-one out there must have seen or noted something over the years
 

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