On the 18th of August 2002 Kath Bergamin, a woman who appeared to have the perfect life, vanished. The prime suspects: her own family.
On the 19th of May 2000, a Bank of East Asia debit card was stolen from a Hong Kong exchange student in Brisbane. Little did anyone know, this card was about to be linked to one of Australia's largest ever credit card frauds along with one of the nation's longest running mysteries: the disappearance and suspected murder of Vietnamese-Australian man Quyen Tu Au.
WARNING: This article contains images and discussions of people who have died. This article takes a deep dive into the disappearance of Petronella Albert and the investigation that followed.
Thanks to original streaming channels like Netflix, serial killers have been all the rage lately. Shows such as Mindhunter, The Ted Bundy Tapes and the most recent drop Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez have really been putting violent criminals in the forefront of public interest. And it's understandable, right? Humankind has always been drawn to the things it doesn't understand.... Continue Reading →
Unless you've been living under a rock - or outside of Australia - for the last few years, you've probably heard of the case of William Tyrrell. Maybe you've seen his photo in the news; that iconic image of the young boy dressed in a Spider-Man suit caught mid-roar, beaming with joy. But what exactly... Continue Reading →