Case 131

Mr Stinky

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Case 131

Mr Stinky

Ian Urquhart was eager to impress his girlfriend Abina Madill, and wanted to be on time to pick her up before the concert ended at 11:20pm. After leaving work and freshening up at home, Ian walked over to the Taverna Coffee Lounge to join some friends.

His friend and housemate, Peter Hazelman, then drove him to the concert, where they spotted Abina’s sister Roslyn. When she explained that Abina was out driving with another boy, Garry Heywood, Ian became noticeably angry. He knew Garry worked with Abina and, struck with jealousy, he shouted that he would, quote: “kill the bastard, I’ll belt him.”

Ian and Peter took Roslyn home where they learned Abina was not back yet. The young men drove around town on the lookout for Garry’s FJ Holden and, failing to spot the car, returned to Abina’s house and waited out front for her return…

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Our episodes deal with serious and often distressing incidents. If you feel at anytime you need support, please contact your local crisis centre. Some suggestions for confidential support for men, women and children:

 

AUSTRALIA:

Lifeline Crisis Support: 13 11 14

Beyond Blue: Depression and anxiety support: 1300 22 46 36

Rape & Domestic Violence Services: 1800 737 732

Men's Line: 1300 78 99 78

Headspace: Youth Mental Health Foundation: see headspace.org.au for your local centre

 

USA:

Distress &  Lifeline: 1800 273 8255

Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741 741

Domestic Violence Helpline: 1800 799 7233

Victim Connect: support for victims of crime: 855 484 2846

MTC program: maketheconnection.net/resources/spread-the-word

 

UK:

Mind: mental health support: 0300 123 3393

SANE: mental health support: 0300 304 7000

Samaritans support network: 116 123

National Stalking Helpline: 0808 802 0300

 

CANADA:

For a list of Canadian crisis centres: https://thelifelinecanada.ca/help/call/

 

NEW ZEALAND:

Lifeline: 0800 543354

Depression Helpline: 0800 111 757 (Text 4202)

CREDITS

 

Casefile Presents

 

NARRATION:

Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host

 

EPISODE:

Episode researched and written by Milly Raso and Erin Munro

A special thank you to Louise Raso and Andrew Rule for their assistance in the creation of this episode.

Creative director: Milly Raso

 

MUSIC:

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

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

 

OTHER:

Logo design by Paulina Szymanska

 

 

RESOURCES

 

BOOKS:

Sex, Death and Betrayal – Andrew Rule

Cuckoo – Andrew Rule

 

WEBSITES:

Our Family – Potts, Gregg, Starritt, Madill, Campbell, Strachan, Stewart Abina Margaret “Bina” Madill Age: 16 1949-1966.

 

DOCUMENTARIES:

Crimes That Shook Australia: Raymond Edmunds

 

ARCHIVED ARTICLES:

New clue to missing teenagers – The Canberra Times: February 18 1966

Missing teenagers were murdered – The Age” February 28 1966

Wall of silence worries police – The Canberra Times: March 4 1966

Clue in earlier murder – The Canberra Times: April 23 1966

Murder gun identified – The Canberra Times: May 16 1966

Extra men for murder inquiry – The Canberra Times: June 7 1966

4 years old murder unsolved – The Canberra Times: June 10 1970

Murdered teenage pair “were drinking” – The Age: June 10 1970

New leads in 1966 double murder – The Canberra Times: October 29 1976

Sculpture links Shepparton murders, Melbourne rapes – The Age: November 17 1982

66 murder suspect held – The Canberra Times: March 23 1985

Man alleged to have confessed – The Canberra Times: October 22 1985

Husband could have killed more people, ex-wife tells court – The Age: October 23 1985

Man charged with two Shepparton murders to be tried there – The Age: October 29 1985

The labor and luck of the fingerprint game – The Age: August 5 1986

 

ARTICLES:

Revenge is sweet, but rarely worth it – The Herald Sun

Mr Stinky’ still a suspect, 35 years later, in murder of Elaine Jones at Murray River camping spot – The Age

He helped to catch Mr Stinky – Shepparton News

Mr Stinky – The making of a secret monster – The Herald Sun

Cold case detectives launch a fresh hunt for serial killer – The Age

How police finally caught up with notorious rapist and killer Mr Stinky – The West

Notorious killer, “Mr Stinky”, charged with 31 historical offences – Shepparton News

Historical charges for ‘Mr Stinky’ – Shepparton Advertiser

Mr Stinky’ admits to more Victorian rapes – The Age

Double murderer known as ‘Mr Stinky’ to plead guilty to historical rape charges – ABC News

Mr Stinky’ Raymond Edmunds sentenced for decades-old rapes across Melbourne – 7News

 

 

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Ian Urquhart was eager to impress his girlfriend Abina Madill, and wanted to be on time to pick her up before the concert ended at 11:20pm. After leaving work and freshening up at home, Ian walked over to the Taverna Coffee Lounge to join some friends.

His friend and housemate, Peter Hazelman, then drove him to the concert, where they spotted Abina’s sister Roslyn. When she explained that Abina was out driving with another boy, Garry Heywood, Ian became noticeably angry. He knew Garry worked with Abina and, struck with jealousy, he shouted that he would, quote: “kill the bastard, I’ll belt him.”

Ian and Peter took Roslyn home where they learned Abina was not back yet. The young men drove around town on the lookout for Garry’s FJ Holden and, failing to spot the car, returned to Abina’s house and waited out front for her return…

______

Our episodes deal with serious and often distressing incidents. If you feel at anytime you need support, please contact your local crisis centre. Some suggestions for confidential support for men, women and children:

 

AUSTRALIA:

Lifeline Crisis Support: 13 11 14

Beyond Blue: Depression and anxiety support: 1300 22 46 36

Rape & Domestic Violence Services: 1800 737 732

Men's Line:  1300 78 99 78

Headspace: Youth Mental Health Foundation: see headspace.org.au for your local centre

 

USA:

Distress &  Lifeline: 1800 273 8255

Crisis Text Line: text HOME to 741 741

Domestic Violence Helpline: 1800 799 7233

Victim Connect: support for victims of crime: 855 484 2846

 

UK:

Mind: mental health support: 0300 123 3393

SANE: mental health support: 0300 304 7000

Samaritans support network: 116 123

National Stalking Helpline: 0808 802 0300

 

CANADA:

For a list of Canadian crisis centres: https://thelifelinecanada.ca/help/call

 

NEW ZEALAND:

Lifeline: 0800 543354

Depression Helpline: 0800 111 757 (Text 4202)

CREDITS

 

Casefile Presents

 

NARRATION:

Episode narrated by the Anonymous Host

 

EPISODE:

Episode researched and written by Milly Raso and Erin Munro

A special thank you to Louise Raso and Andrew Rule for their assistance in the creation of this episode.

Creative director: Milly Raso

 

MUSIC:

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

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

 

OTHER:

Logo design by Paulina Szymanska

 

 

RESOURCES

 

BOOKS:

Sex, Death and Betrayal – Andrew Rule

Cuckoo – Andrew Rule

 

WEBSITES:

Our Family – Potts, Gregg, Starritt, Madill, Campbell, Strachan, Stewart Abina Margaret “Bina” Madill Age: 16 1949-1966.

 

DOCUMENTARIES:

Crimes That Shook Australia: Raymond Edmunds

 

ARCHIVED ARTICLES:

New clue to missing teenagers – The Canberra Times: February 18 1966

Missing teenagers were murdered – The Age” February 28 1966

Wall of silence worries police – The Canberra Times: March 4 1966

Clue in earlier murder – The Canberra Times: April 23 1966

Murder gun identified – The Canberra Times: May 16 1966

Extra men for murder inquiry – The Canberra Times: June 7 1966

4 years old murder unsolved – The Canberra Times: June 10 1970

Murdered teenage pair “were drinking” – The Age: June 10 1970

New leads in 1966 double murder – The Canberra Times: October 29 1976

Sculpture links Shepparton murders, Melbourne rapes – The Age: November 17 1982

66 murder suspect held – The Canberra Times: March 23 1985

Man alleged to have confessed – The Canberra Times: October 22 1985

Husband could have killed more people, ex-wife tells court – The Age: October 23 1985

Man charged with two Shepparton murders to be tried there – The Age: October 29 1985

The labor and luck of the fingerprint game – The Age: August 5 1986

 

ARTICLES:

Revenge is sweet, but rarely worth it – The Herald Sun

Mr Stinky’ still a suspect, 35 years later, in murder of Elaine Jones at Murray River camping spot – The Age

He helped to catch Mr Stinky – Shepparton News

Mr Stinky – The making of a secret monster – The Herald Sun

Cold case detectives launch a fresh hunt for serial killer – The Age

How police finally caught up with notorious rapist and killer Mr Stinky – The West

Notorious killer, “Mr Stinky”, charged with 31 historical offences – Shepparton News

Historical charges for ‘Mr Stinky’ – Shepparton Advertiser

Mr Stinky’ admits to more Victorian rapes – The Age

Double murderer known as ‘Mr Stinky’ to plead guilty to historical rape charges – ABC News

Mr Stinky’ Raymond Edmunds sentenced for decades-old rapes across Melbourne – 7News

 

 

THIS EPISODE’S SPONSORS

 

Quip – Get your first refill pack FREE with a QUIP electric toothbrush

Bombas – Get 20% off your first purchase

Away – Get $20 off the suitcase with promo code ‘casefile20’

Audible – Listen to ‘Call me God’ free on a 30-day trial

SimpliSafe – Get free shipping and a money-back guarantee

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