I have written about three posts over the years about the murder of Sydney activist and heiress Juanita Neilsen and the posts received some really interesting and insightful comments. While it wasn't under his watch, I expect more may come out once a certain ex NSW Premier dies. Unsolved. Will Sydney ever move on from rum and rebellion?
Police want us to believe the killer of Adelaide's Beaumont children and schoolgirl Linda Stilwell at Melbourne's St Kilda Beach is now dead and died in custody while being punished for another crime. Maybe. Unsolved.
If you are a person of around my age and lived most of your life in Melbourne, Easey Street in Collingwood will have a great meaning to you. In 1977 it was the street where two women were murdered in their house and after a couple of days, neighbours heard the whimpering of one of women's hungry 16 month old son and called police. I have often wondered if the two women were in a same sex relationship, but no matter. Well, I hope it is not a matter that if they were, police did not investigate as well as they might have. Given the publicity at the time, I think it was probably a thorough investigation. Nevertheless, I think it is a crime that should have some serious modern resources thrown at. Unsolved.
I had to renew my car driving license in Carlton. After what was a much less painful experience that I thought it would be, we caught a bus from Lygon Street to Smith Street and walked down to Easey Street. It was not see the house of dead people, but to see a rather odd thing, train motor carriages atop an office building. Don't ask me why, as I don't know. It's a queer thing.