Case 44

Peter Falconio

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Case 44

Peter Falconio

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The Desert roads of the Northern Territory are as long as they are desolate. If you stand still, your own heartbeat is the loudest sound you’ll hear.

The thrill of the open road and the sheer expanse of the hot desert is an exciting drawcard for many, but for those used to big cities, busy beaches or in this case, the relentless rain and dark clouded skies of England, driving from Adelaide to Darwin was the thrill of a lifetime, and unlike anything they had experienced before.

But it would soon turn into a nightmare…

The Desert roads of the Northern Territory are as long as they are desolate. If you stand still, your own heartbeat is the loudest sound you’ll hear.

The thrill of the open road and the sheer expanse of the hot desert is an exciting drawcard for many, but for those used to big cities, busy beaches or in this case, the relentless rain and dark clouded skies of England, driving from Adelaide to Darwin was the thrill of a lifetime, and unlike anything they had experienced before.

But it would soon turn into a nightmare…

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RESOURCES

(Warning: Contains spoilers)

– Whilst not a source for this episode, the Australian Film ‘Wolf Creek’ was loosely based around/inspired by this case. For those who are game to watch
Colleen Gwynne’s account of the case. Audio
Education Journal
– Enough rope interview: Andrew Denton
– Joanne Lees interview 2002
– Joanne Lees regrets affair

 

TRIAL DOCS
– The Queen v Murdoch 2005 NTSC 80 (15 December 2005)
– The Queen v Murdoch 2005 NTSC 79 (15 December 2005)
– The Queen v Murdoch 2005 NTSC 78 (15 December 2005)
– The Queen v Murdoch 2005 NTSC 77 (15 December 2005)
‘Crimes that shook Australia’ documentary 

 

BOOKS
– “And then the Darkness” by Sue Williams – the disappearance of Peter Falconio and the trials of Joanne Lees
– “The killer within: Inside the world of Bradley Murdoch” by Paul Toohey
Catching Bradley Murdoch: tweezers, pitchforks and the use of DNA sampling by Jeremy Gans (2007)

 

TIMELINES
Timeline: Peter Falconio murder
Peter Falconio Disappearance 

MUSIC

1. ‘Flatline intro’ and ‘Come play with me’ intro and outro www.dl-sounds.com

2. All other music and audio clean up performed by Mike Migas and Andrew Joslyn 

OTHER

Episode researched and co-written by Anna at A.G.P Stories.

Logo design by Paulina Szymanska.

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