Wilhelmina Kruger & Anna Dowlingkoa
For several weeks, 56-year-old Wilhelmina Kruger was unable to shake the feeling she was being watched. Her anxiety became so strong that on the night of January 29 1966, she had her partner drive her to her shift at the Piccadilly Centre in Wollongong, where she worked as a cleaner. It turned out Wilhelmina’s suspicions were right. The following morning, her mutilated body was found at the bottom of the basement stairs in what was considered one of the most brutal attacks in New South Wales history.
Three weeks later, when the body of 27-year-old Anna Dowlingkoa was found on a roadside in southern Sydney, police questioned whether a serial killer was on the loose.
Research & writing – Milly Raso
Narration – Anonymous Host
‘Flatline intro’ and ‘Come play with me’ intro and outro – www.dl-sounds.com
Audio production – Mike Migas
Scoring – Mike Migas and Andrew Joslyn
Logo and website design – Paulina Szymanska
Wanda: The Untold Story of the Wanda Beach Murders – by Alan J. Whiticker
‘As crime goes by – the life and times of “Bondi” Bill Jenkings
Wanted – A casebook of unsolved crimes of violence in Australia – Timothy Hall
Selected newspaper archives from the 1960’s of the Illawarra Mercury newspaper
Selected newspaper archives from the 1960’s of the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper