Thankyou & Goodbye
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
We have decided to finish up making episodes for True Blue Crime. This will undoubtedly be a surprise and disappointing for many people, but we want to finish things on our terms and now feels like the right time to do that. It’s a decision that we don't take lightly and we’ve been discussing for a while now, and we’ve reached it together. When we started this show, we committed to ten episodes, and didn’t expect anyone outside of our partners, family and friends to listen to it. We were stunned when the downloads kept going up and more and more people were tuning in.   Now we fee ..read more
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Amber Haigh and Janelle Goodwin
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
Robbie and Amber spoke on the phone regularly, but fell out of touch as time went on. But then one day, all of a sudden, Amber was moving into Robbie’s house, which was a surprise to him. He asked his Mum, Anne, why Amber was there, was she boarding with them now or something? Anne said words to the effect of ‘you know what your father’s like...” Join Shaun and Chloe as they cover the disappearance of Amber Haigh and the death of Janelle Goodwin, two women who were involved with the same man, Robert Geeves. Join our Patreon community for access to exclusive extra content: Patreon - https ..read more
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Claremont, Part 2
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
It was mid afternoon on May the 7th 1990, and Wendy Davis was working at the Hollywood Hospital in Nedlands.  She was at her desk, immersed in her work, when she heard a voice behind her ask ‘is it okay if I use the toilet?’ Wendy swivelled in her chair and saw a young Telecom worker, all of 20, 21 years old. She nodded. A moment later Wendy felt a hand on her shoulder and another hand over her mouth… Join Shaun and Chloe for Part 2 of the Claremont serial murders. Join our Patreon community for access to exclusive extra content: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/truebluecrime Link to ..read more
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Claremont, Part 1
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
Nicole awoke in her bed with someone next to her, but it wasn’t her boyfriend like she first thought. It was someone else. She grabbed his face, dug her fingernails in hard, and the man jumped up from the bed. He was tall and wearing a light coloured silk kimono. Nicole screamed for her father in the next room, and the man fled from the house. Nicole called the police and they attended the house, but the intruder had escaped, leaving behind just one clue as to his identity; the semen-stained white and apricot coloured kimono. Join Shaun and Chloe for part 1 of the Claremont serial murders ..read more
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Maya Jakic & Megumi Suzuki
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
It was the 17th of April, 1999, and in Adelaide, South Australia, two rookie police officers were coming to the end of their shift. As the two young officers returned to their vehicle, they noticed a handwritten note on their windscreen, wedged under the wipers. It read: ‘There’s a dead girl's body in the shrubs of the grounds near the main road of the Payneham Police Station. This is no joke.’ Join Shaun as he tells the tale of two seemingly unconnected murders which occurred two years apart, and the phone calls which led them to the perpetrator who’d committed both crimes. Join our Patre ..read more
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The Greenough Family Massacre
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
As the car drew closer, Daniel turned on the kitchen light and headed out front to see who was arriving at 3AM. The family dogs were barking out the back, attuned to the strange hour the person was visiting. Daniel walked down the driveway to see the driver, who got out of the car. But he’d left the headlights on, so it was too bright for Daniel to clearly see who it was... Join Shaun and Chloe as they discuss the callous murders of the young MacKenzie family - the details of which were ordered to be sealed - and the police investigation and groundbreaking scientific work which exposed the p ..read more
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The Third Victim
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
This was a guy who’d worked a number of different jobs in his time - aside from the Navy, he’d been a sheet metal fabricator, a commercial diver, air system technician, a welder and even a postie. He’d also lived in pretty much every Australian State, and even ventured to New Zealand at one stage between May and August of 2006. If Sara Lee Davey and Rachael Campbell were indeed two of his victims, who is the third victim? Join Shaun and Chloe as they discuss the disappearance of Sara Lee Davey, the murder of Rachael Campbell, and the suicide note of a serial killer, who admitted to killing t ..read more
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The Postcard Bandit
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
24th of November 1989, Fremantle Prison, Western Australia The trio removed the bar and slipped out of the workshop window and gained access to the roof of the print shop. From there, they went along the guard’s walkway, jumped from roof to roof, until they hit the edge of the prison grounds.  One of them missed the last jump, fell and injured his leg. The other two vaulted over the outer wall to freedom. The Postcard Bandit was free once again, and the hunt for him was on… Join Shaun and Chloe as they discuss the life and times of Brenden Abbott. Join our Patreon community for access ..read more
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The Kimberley Killer
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
Not long after sunrise Peter Leutenegger was flying his chopper across the Jubilee Downs Station, singing along to a few of his favourite Slim Dusty songs. He was mustering horses in preparation for the upcoming Fitzroy Crossing Rodeo; a popular annual event that saw many people travel to the area, when he noticed something unusual on the ground below. It appeared to be a vehicle, but it was well covered by some form of camouflage. The power of his chopper blades slightly blew the green covering off the vehicle, and Peter thought he’d seen a man lying down inside, a man with no shirt on, camo ..read more
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Martin Pearson and Leanne Sleba
True Blue Crime
by True Blue Media
1y ago
Anzac Day Friday, 25 April 2014 John Pearson said it was a bleak irony that his brother Martin was killed on a day that was all about mateship and courage. “This is an act of supreme cowardice and I can’t believe somebody’s conscience hasn’t got the better of them and they won’t be struck by an act of guilt,”  “I can’t believe the extreme irony of someone leaving a vet by the side of the road. Being left for dead on Anzac Day, a day we remember mateship and self-sacrifice, and he was left as roadkill.” Join Shaun and Chloe as they discuss the tragic hit and run death of a well-re ..read more
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