We’re back after taking September off to regroup.
The first case we will be tackling is the case of a beautiful little girl, Kiesha Weippeart.
Kiesha had an extremely difficult, short life but despite this was remembered by many as a happy, positive child.
Her story kept Australia on the edge of its seat in 2010 and we were shocked by the prevalence of intergenerational family violence that exists within our country…
Tune into our latest episode at: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/true-crime-sisters/id1247060969
Or wherever you listen to podcasts…
And until next time please stay safe
Harry and Bill
I just wanted to write a quick blog post to thank all our amazing supporters for the most fabulous first season we could have asked for.
We covered some devastating but interesting cases, and our thoughts go out to all of the victims and their families in the cases we touched on.
We are now on break and will be back in action in October with our first weekly episode to be released on the 1st of October, and our October Patreon Episode to be released on the 5th.
Big shout out to our Patreon supporters, what an honour to have people supporting what we’re doing, it means so much to us!
We were lucky enough to also receive a shout out from the “My Favourite Murder” girls, at their Saturday night show here in Melbourne, so hello and welcome to anyone who heard about us there. It was a life highlight for both of us that such amazing women would even have a clue we exist, let alone mention us.
Again, a big thank you to everyone who has supported us, given us feedback (positive or negative) and given us a chance.
See you in October for new episodes…
Harry and Bill x
On June the 2nd 2011, 13 year old Bung left her home in Elsie st, Boronia at 8:20am, to head to her high school Boronia Heights College. She never arrived. There were sightings of Bung, although to this day none have been confirmed. To this day we still do not know what happened to Bung. For more information about this case tune into our Unsolved Australia Minisode #2 at:
If you have any information that may assist police in Bung’s case please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000
I have to apologise for neglecting our website, I have been so busy researching, recording, editing and social media networking that I haven’t had a chance to keep this webpage updated. I do endeavour to make more of an effort.
You may have noticed a small change on our home page in the form of a PayPal donations button – this is just a small way our listeners can support our podcast and assist us to keep our content and production equipment at a high standard.
Thank you so much to all our loyal and lovely listeners…
The True Crime Sisters x
On the 7th October 1992, 12-year-old Rhianna Barreau went missing from her home in Morphette Vale, SA. To this day she has not been found. If you have any information please call Crime Stoppers on: 1800 333 000.
The True Crime Sisters podcast is now available to listen and subscribe to on iTunes! Yippee!!
The first three episodes of season 1 are available to listen to now:
1) Paul Denyer- The Frankston Serial Killer
2) The Claremont Serial Killer
3) Mr. Cruel
We will be releasing new episodes every Monday…
The True Crime Sisters
So we have decided to release our first three episodes one day early. We have submitted to iTunes for review but our episodes are currently available on Blubrry.
Please click the links below and give them a listen:
Mr Cruel is a feared Australian serial pedophile, rapist and murderer. He struck terror into the parents of Melbourne in the 80s and 90s. To this day his crimes remain unsolved.
The mid 90s was a time that brought the small affluent suburb of Claremont, WA to its knees. Young women were going missing after enjoying a night out with their friends. It wouldn’t be until 2016 that the killer would be apprehended, following one of the most complicated and expensive investigations Australia has ever seen.
In 1993, the women of Frankston were terrorised by a man with murder on his mind. By the end of his two-month spree, three women would have lost their lives in the most horrible manner. Paul Denyer was a 21-year-old man with a hatred for women that would lead him to become one of the most feared and evil serial killers in Melbourne history.