In 2015, I wrote the post below about Kathleen Folbigg, convicted of murdering her four children. The deaths of four children in one family are so tragic, so horrific, that our minds shut down the possibility that it could be natural or coincidental. Our grief quickly turns to anger, and so we rush to apportion blame; we have to find a cause, a target for our anger, something to cling to as a way to convince ourselves this couldn't happen to us.
12 Aug 2020
9 Aug 2020
It's the last day of National Missing Persons Week in Australia, so I've been featuring a few cases from each state. As I didn't get to every state by the end of the week, I'm going to keep doing the state by state posts until I've covered everyone. So without further ado, today: Queensland.