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Greek Myths. Kate Coombs Anna Emilia Laitinen. The Secret of the Old Mill Number 3. Whitney Stewart Sally Rippin. Can a Skeleton Have an X-Ray? Follow her on Instagram: alisha. Follow us on all forms of social media! Mel sure loves a mythical beast, so this week she's terrifying Josie with stories of the bunyip. You'll never go to a waterhole at 1am ever again! Hate the zesty chitchat? Story begins at Love All Aussie Mystery Hour? Josie is back to her bleak roots as she talks Mel through Adelaide's notorious The Family Murders, which frustratingly remain an open case to this day.

If you have any information that might help police, call Crimestoppers on NOTE: The episode contains graphic descriptions of sexual violence, including sexual violence against minors, so listener discretion is advised. Skip to for the actual mystery. Follow us on all forms of social med Mystery Minutes 8. Mystery Minutes is our new space to talk everything from international mysteries to just random whatever. This week Mel deep-dives on 'Poo-gate' - the time a family were served poo-laced gelato at popular local pub, the Coogee Bay Hotel, in Who's poo was it?

Will we ever know? Mystery Minutes 7. Everything from international mysteries, to just random chat. Chuck 'em a follow on Instagram: afterworkdrinkspodcast, and have a listen via this link: apple. Josie on Instagram: josierozeMel on Instag Josie manages to scare herself and Mel this week with a collection of ghost stories from Sydney's Wakehurst Parkway, the most haunted road in all of the land.

Mystery Minutes 6. Welcome to our new minisodes, Mystery Minutes! It's our space for everything from international mysteries, to just random chat. This episode:We literally just talk about cheeses we like! Yes, seriously! We beg Maccas once again for their love. We need to stop. We discuss the logistics of tipping in America. Josie on Instagram: josier This week, Mel tells Josie about the tragic death of two teenage boys, whose bodies were found inside the Pheasant's Nest bridge pylon.

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About John Pinkney. John Pinkney. This dark, pacy science fiction thriller draws on John's career-long research into the paranormal - and the strange phenomena that may occur beyond the barriers of death. Over the years, he has spoken to numerous people who clinically died and were then resuscitated - returning to describe landscapes and events of breathtaking beauty. The testimonies of these returnees from the brink inspired John to write Grave Injustice.

The narrative extends far beyond NDEs near-death experiences. It's set in Sydney and tropical Queensland; describing human love, courage and sacrifice, both earthly and transcendental. Ranged against the young lovers are a corporate cell of scientifically accomplished soul-thieves,who draw their ideas from Dante's nine circles of Hell. Terrifyingly, the novel portrays brutal conflict between good and evil. And it's hard, for a host of reasons, to predict which will prevail. Australia's Strangest Mysteries 1 and The Mary Celeste Syndrome