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Pam Logan arrives at Central Court, Sydney, to give evidence in the Bogle-Chandler murder inquiry, 24 May 1953. Miss Logan was the girlfriend of Mr Chandler whose wife, Mrs Chandler, was found murdered with her lover, Mr Bogle, on the banks of the Lane Cove River. many innocent people were smeared by the strange deaths including Miss Logan. The deaths and the inquest became a media circus.

(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

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.

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.

Unsolved No 6, True Crime, Dr Gilbert Bogle. Who Slew The Sydney Scientist. "In this issue, Sunday Times journalist, Philip Knightley investigates the mysterious deaths of Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler in Sydney in 1963. Who killed them - and how."

Michael McCormick, 17, one of the two boys who found the body of Dr. Bogle. From Sydney Morning Herald, 02 Jan 1963.

One of the most terrible of Australian lost child stories was the never explained disappearance – on a hot Australia Day from Glenelg Beach in Adelaide in 1966 – of the three Beaumont children, Jane, Arnna and Grant Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/books/nightmare-in-the-suburbs-20100401-rh34.html#ixzz2ptVqx2XO

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