AUS - Khandalyce Kiara Pearce (Wynarka) and mum Karlie Pearce-Stevenson (Belanglo) #1

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  1. crabstick

    crabstick Former Member

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    The killer was going to prison? The killer had alzheimers? Took the case away to avoid detection?

    Kept the Angels body separate to avoid detection? Kept the child captive while Karlie was in prostitution? Ransom? Desperation?

    Angel got to school age, and authorities would start tracking records? Authorities start looking at 6?

    Karlie wouldnt have had a mobile phone, not under her name any rate. Having phone and banking records will be the tell tale for police. Not to mention clothing purchases.

     


  2. SapphireSteel

    SapphireSteel New Member

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    If he dumped the little body at the time of dumping the mother, the two could be easily connected.

    As he appears to have dumped them years and hundreds of km apart, my guess is he may be moving house.

    He may have hidden the wee girls body in his own shed or something, and been forced to move it by (perhaps) forclosure or forced moving - perhaps into a retirement home?

    Maybe a suspicious relative went to clean out the shed for Poor Old Dad and Dad HAD to dump the suitcase, in a panic.
     
  3. SapphireSteel

    SapphireSteel New Member

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    Yeah, Im thinking some blowhard came into her life, big promises etc...

    Come away with me we'll make our fortune.

    Except things went awry and it all went to he11.
     
  4. Amee

    Amee Active Member

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    Airlie Walsh ‏@AirlieWalsh 40m40 minutes ago

    Fresh fragrant flowers laid at the shrine in memory of murdered toddler Khandalyce. @9NewsAdel #Wynarka
     
  5. DutchTreat

    DutchTreat Well-Known Member

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    That's a smart one.
     
  6. Mrs G Norris

    Mrs G Norris Well-Known Member

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    Agree, killer was losing control of, and sole access to, the place where he had dumped the suitcase and the little girls body. Even if the body was buried, after a sale new owners may dig up the yard to put in a pool or similar and he couldn't risk it. Second dump site was incredibly lazy. Makes me wonder why more time wasn't taken to find a more remote spot and do a more thorough disposal.
     
  7. Amee

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    It is understood the mother had received a text message or a phone call telling her that her daughter was fine but did not want any further communication with her.

    However, investigators aren't certain whether it was Ms Pearce-Stevenson or someone else who made the call or sent the message.

    Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/the-call-...stigations-20151021-gkf1q7.html#ixzz3pG7oGF7F


    Karlie is holding a phone in the pic in this link

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-10-...ed-breakthrough-in-suitcase-girl-case/6873196
     
  8. Karo

    Karo Active Member

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    Not true, you just need a mailing address which can be a PO Box or c/- of the Post Office.
    Child care, maybe she took baby with her to work if she was a fruit/veg picker or a child care worker.
     
  9. crabstick

    crabstick Former Member

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    Athena, 26, went to the same school as Karlie, and described her as a friendly girl.

    "She was very kind and loving. She had heaps of friends," Athena told AM.

    "She'd never walk past you without saying hello. We'd always have a yarn. She was a good girl."

    She soon left her family and began travelling around in between the Northern Territory, South Australia and, it is believed, parts of New South Wales

    Two-year-old girl's father ruled out as suspect

    5char
     
  10. purpleandgreen

    purpleandgreen Well-Known Member

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    http://www.9news.com.au/national/20...at-belanglo-forrest-to-throw-police-off-scent

    2 points of interest:

    1. ~
    Police claim the mother could have been killed at another location before her body was taken to the notorious forest where serial killer Ivan Milat buried his victims,
    ABC reports

    2.
    A Daily Telegraph report this morning claimed police were investigating several suspects and had ruled out family members, but police declined to confirm the reports.



    Looks like MSM can't agree with itself re point 2.
     
  11. SapphireSteel

    SapphireSteel New Member

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    Would you leave your home and family support to take your baby fruit picking?

    I doubt it.

    Would you leave your home and family support to go an an Adventure with the Man of Your Dreams?

    Yup.
     
  12. Kouriouskell

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    Who was the man with the suitcase?
    When the remains of a little girl in the suitcase was first discovered in Wynarka earlier this year, locals recalled seeing a middle-aged man carrying a suitcase and walking briskly up the main street towards the Karoonda highway.
    He was described as being about 60, average height, lightly built and neat looking, with short grey hair. He was a complete stranger who made no eye contact with people in the small community and he was unusually carrying a large suitcase — not wheeling it as though it wasn’t very heavy.
    “He wasn’t labouring, and he was walking briskly,” one witness told The Daily Telegraph at the time.
    hopefully if its any of the men you mentioned , the witnesses , may be able to identify him
     
  13. Karo

    Karo Active Member

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    I personally wouldn't but having lived in a fruit picking area, have seen it done by many young girls. My parents owned a vegetable growing farm and employed many, sometimes one girl would stay behind in the tents or sleepouts to mind the children while others picked.
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  14. Rayemonde

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    Random musings.…

    The bones of Khandalyce apparently weren't sunbleached or buried, so where were they for all those years? In an outbuilding, or a rarely used cabin?
    Her body decomposed outside of the suitcase, and then was placed in the suitcase shortly before it was dumped.

    The suitcase was very discoloured/ bleached. But could that have just been from being by the roadside, I wonder, or had it been exposed to the sun for years, unlike the bones. Was it the actual suitcase belonging to Karlie? The clothes found in it - Karlie and Khandalyce must have had a lot more possessions than that. What happened to the rest? If the killer got rid of them, why didn't he get rid of the small suitcase and child's clothes at the same time? He might have never been caught if he'd got rid of the clothes and blanket before dumping body.

    Why was suitcase man seen in the area before and after the suitcase with the body was dumped there? Wandering around with a different suitcase. Could he have been the killer, now senile or mentally ill? But if he was so mentally ill he couldn't see that he was risking being caught, he would probably look dishevelled rather than neatly dressed.
     
  15. purpleandgreen

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    Respectfully snipped for relevant bit.

    I have missed this crabby. Can you please help me find the link? Or do you know why she was there?

     
  16. crabstick

    crabstick Former Member

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  17. crabstick

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    I stand corrected. This is the comment.

    I thought the neatly dressed man, and suitcase man were separate sightings?

     
  18. purpleandgreen

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  19. Mrs G Norris

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    I think it was a misunderstanding, that's not what Dutchtreat said [emoji6] See Crabstick's post up thread where he quotes what was actually posted.
     
  20. crabstick

    crabstick Former Member

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    Reports stated Karlie left Alice Springs looking for work. Did Karlie not tell mum something?
    Had Karlie had a fight with mum, because she did not want to be contacted?

    Could Bradley Murdochs contacts know something about this case? Dumping bodies 1200km apart means, you either dont have family, or you have a career alibi to be away for a couple of days without being noticed. eg: Truckie? Sales rep?
    Thats 3 days round trip, unless you drinking truckie coffees or Murdoch Dilmahs.

     
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