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Witness in the Bogle-Chandler case, Inquest, Central Court. May 1963. From the collections of the State Library of NSW.

Unidentified witness in the Bogle-Chandler case, Central Court, Inquest, May 1963. From the collection of of the State Library of NSW.

(Unidentified male) Bogle-Chandler Inquest, Central Court, Sydney, 24 May 1963. From the collections of the State Library of NSW.

Mr. Ernest Samuel Ogg, Gov't. Analyst for NSW, supervised testing for presence of poisonous substances in organs of Bogle and Chandler. Sydney Morning Herald, May 22, 1963

Identified in caption as Mrs. Ruth Nash and Mrs. Margaret Fowler, witnesses in the Bogle-Chandler case, Central Court, Inquest, May 1963. From the collections of the State Library of NSW.

Identified in caption as Mrs. Ruth Nash and Mrs. Margaret Fowler, witnesses in the Bogle-Chandler case, Central Court, 14 May 1963. From the collections of the State Library of NSW.

Dr J. Laing and government analysts work on human tissue samples at the Coroner's Court, Sydney, for the Bogle-Chandler murder inquiry, 1 July 1963.

The mysterious Taman Shud Case

The Famous Case of Emilie Sagée and her Doppelgänger

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    Amazing story! I got chills...

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    Amazing story...I truly believe in this...however, I don't think it's an omen.

Detectives and the coroner at the Bogle Chandler murder scene.

Beaumont Children who disappeared strangely from Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia on January 26, 1966 during the Australia Day celebration. The Beaumont case became the most largest police investigations in Australian criminal history and remains Australia’s most infamous cold case.

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