When they did this car experiment at the roundabout the other day- was that in the early hours of the morning?
The roundabout has been the scene of some tests, including stopping traffic on Friday night while a white vehicle was driven around the roundabout and up Brookfield Rd.
I have post traumatic stress disorder and have more lows than highs I get to the stage where i never want to go outside. As it is i only go out 2 times a fortnight. Since hearing about this case it has upset me more than anything else has ever. I may not know Allison but i feel so sad about it especially tonight knowing that the funeral is tomorrow. I'm kind of in two minds about who did it though but i'm not saying anything until it's proven. I would hate to say someone did it when there really hasn't been enough information put out. I think after the funeral tomorrow i will have a couple of days break because i think it gets a bit too much sometimes. I end up having nightmares about someone i don't even know and about something i have no idea about what happened
Last edited by UnfoldingTruth; 05-10-2012 at 09:46 AM.
I also agree that if there is a canoeist and the media have left that person alone, then it is for strategic reasons (e.g., working with police) rather than compassionate reasons.
Can we quit with the canoeist??? They do not normally name the people who find bodies they just say things like:
* Two teenage boys riding dirtbikes this afternoon came across............
* A jogger on his morning run found ........
* A hiker in bushland near blah blah called police after finding..........
* A canoeist, this morning, found...........
Give the canoeist a rest please........ :-)
May 11, 2012
THE little girl took her place in a sea of ballerinas, her hair tied back and her tiny feet neatly bound.
There were 200 of them - tiny dancers lined up in long rows of leotards and buns on the dusty wooden floor of a hall.
They faced off before five of the country's most prestigious teachers, hoping those five sets of eyes would pick them out of the crowd.
She was only 10, but Allison Dickie - pretty as a picture - was already as professional as a seasoned dancer. She might have been nervous, but it never showed, and she limbered up in readiness for the audition.