Case 191

Sheree Beasley

*** Warning: This case involves a child victim ***

Melbourne psychotherapist Margaret Hobbs was used to dealing with sex offenders. Many of her clients were men who had been referred to her through the court system after committing terrible crimes. But almost immediately upon meeting serial exhibitionist Robert Lowe, Margaret felt that there was something especially dangerous and unsettling about him. 

Then, when a six-year-old girl named Sheree Beasley is suddenly snatched off a residential street in a sleepy seaside town, Margaret immediately suspects that her client Robert Lowe might know something about it…

CREDITS

 

Casefile Presents

 

EPISODE:

Research & writing – Erin Munro

Creative direction – Milly Raso

Narration – Anonymous Host

 

MUSIC:

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

Audio production – Mike Migas 

Scoring – Mike Migas and Andrew Joslyn

 

OTHER:

Logo and website design – Paulina Szymanska

RESOURCES

 

BOOKS

The Evil – Andrew Rule

 

DOCUMENTS

Confidentiality & disclosure of crime-related information

 

ONLINE ARTICLES

30 years on murder at the milk bar – New Idea

 

ARCHIVED ARTICLES

Police rule out abduction link – The Age

Test on suspect’s blood sample – The Age

Bush hunt for clues to Sheree’s murder – Sydney Morning Herald

Boy saw Sheree abduction – The Age

Search for car in kidnap girl hunt – The Age

‘It is all a bad dream’ – The Age

Court hears tape on Sheree plea – The Age 

Mind games leave a new victim – The Age

Sheree: Lowe guilty of murder – The Age

The double life of a child’s killer – The Age

Prisoner pulls out of Sheree appeal move – The Age

Man to face Sheree murder trial – The Age

 

 

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