- Jan 15, 2017
- AFL Club
I believe the skulls were part of a collection from Geelong hospital; the university was gifted the specimens to care for. For numerous reasons, though the forensic specimens are particularly of interest to forensic students. I assume Geelong hospital may have conducted the autopsies of the children, I'm not sure where they did the autopsies in Victoria back then.I was horrified when I read this post.....never entered my mind that those poor kids (and their mum) weren't buried properly somewhere. They deserve this at least.
Have to wonder how and why they are in a University collection.
Have never forgotten this murder.....hope the father gets caught, but I guess he won't after all this time.
The suspect died in 2005 I think it was.