Australia Claremont Serial Killer, 1996 - 1997, Perth, Western Australia - #15

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40 to 60 years old is not even in the ballpark. How do these links even suggest that?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swan_Brewery
Swan Gold is a mid-strength lager, with a small head and a quiet bitter aroma (3.5% alc/vol). Production commenced in 1978.

The very oldest bottle ever produced would be 39 years old, but it was still being produced and popular 20 years ago IMO.

Wacky. CV promotes the beer bottle & you continue it. Do try to not tell us IC who is the same.. Lmfao FFS.
 

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Am I right in making the assumption that Innerchild found Petes dad's beer bottle?
Those guys only drank Emu Export. Wouldn't be them if it is Swan gold.

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Oh BTW I have contacted police 3 / 4 years ago maybe or further back or so, & told them how they can solve the Deborah Michelle Anderson case. It involves a boy who said she (DMA) visited where he lived. He is an adult now & might like the reward. Someone I know told me this. Stay tuned.
Interesting PCS, we shall standby.

On the below Crimestoppers' link it mentions that "[FONT=&amp]Inquiries also revealed that Deborah may have driven along the Brand Highway, as far as Geraldton before returning to Perth the morning of January 25".

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[FONT=&amp]Could perhaps this boy (now an Adult) have lived in Geraldton?[/FONT][FONT=&amp]

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https://www.crimestopperswa.com.au/open-cases/deborah-anderson/
 

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I don't know. Whether Plod are watching this blog remains to be seen. But what I state is no bull. It is fact,
 

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Wacky. CV promotes the beer bottle & you continue it. Do try to not tell us IC who is the same.. Lmfao FFS.
PCS,
The only involvement I've had is identifying the beer bottle. I remember Swan Lager being in 750ml bottles from when I was a kid. My dad used to drink it. I'm nearly 56.
 

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Interesting PCS, we shall standby.

On the below Crimestoppers' link it mentions that "[FONT=&amp]Inquiries also revealed that Deborah may have driven along the Brand Highway, as far as Geraldton before returning to Perth the morning of January 25".

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[FONT=&amp]Could perhaps this boy (now an Adult) have lived in Geraldton?[/FONT][FONT=&amp]

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https://www.crimestopperswa.com.au/open-cases/deborah-anderson/
Perth to Badgingarra and return is within the limits of a full tank of petrol in a Ford Laser.
http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=13380819

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No. Cause this was in Jan 25 2000 & the kid was most likely here. Your comment re the kid being in Geraldton is again... Wacky. OMG you all are so alike.
 

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40 to 60 years old is not even in the ballpark. How do these links even suggest that?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swan_Brewery
Swan Gold is a mid-strength lager, with a small head and a quiet bitter aroma (3.5% alc/vol). Production commenced in 1978.

The very oldest bottle ever produced would be 39 years old, but it was still being produced and popular 20 years ago IMO.

I remember possibly in the early to mid 80s being able to take the 1 litre drink bottles and the 750ml beer bottles to be recycled at your supermarket or you could get someone to collect them. I know by the late 80s there was a lot of plastic in cool drinks. I couldn't find any documentation online to determine when beer bottles were replaced but believe it would have been before the mid 90s.
 

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PCS,
The only involvement I've had is identifying the beer bottle. I remember Swan Lager being in 750ml bottles from when I was a kid. My dad used to drink it. I'm nearly 56.

As said; What has this got to do with the CSK? Pls keep on top of it all CV, thanks. :)
 

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Oh BTW I have contacted police 3 / 4 years ago maybe or further back or so, & told them how they can solve the Deborah Michelle Anderson case. It involves a boy who said she (DMA) visited where he lived. He is an adult now & might like the reward. Someone I know told me this. Stay tuned.
Hopefully, they have already investigated the matter. You could always contact Crime Stoppers.
 

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No. Cause this was in Jan 25 2000 & the kid was most likely here. Your comment re the kid being in Geraldton is again... Wacky. OMG you all are so alike.
I don't see this as wacky PCS - Crimestoppers reported that DA could have completed a round trip to Geraldton on the day she disappeared - merely querying whether she visited the person you mentioned in Geraldton.
 

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I talked to my mate via phone call who is a vintage bottle collector & enthusiast .
He says the clues to the bottles age is given by the type of seam, especially around the neck, also the bottom of bottle could have clues too .
He was not able to see the pictures but i described it to him .
Hes in some mountains on assignment so cant look for a few days at the pictures.

Just from the discussion on the phone we had , it was clear that the brown bottle is much older than 20 years .

I formed the opinion that the bottle is approximately 40-60 years old.
A safe bet would be that the bottle is made before the claremont murder victims were born, imo .


https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/dun...d-crown-seal-full-and-half-bottles/1156144357
http://www.bottlebooks.com/Dating Old Bottles/determining_the_age_of_old_bottl.htm

https://sha.org/bottle/examples.htm

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40 to 60 years is not even in the ball park. Not sure how you got that figure from those links?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swan_Brewery
Swan Gold is a mid-strength lager, with a small head and a quiet bitter aroma (3.5% alc/vol). Production commenced in 1978.

First bottle ever produced would be 39 years old and still in production and popular 20 years ago. The beer bottle is not the point however, broken beer bottles was something PCS and metic were talking about, previously linked, and no clue that I saw mentioned them. Just a fluke they were there.

The point is the .00000? % probability of finding the exact clues on a straight line originating 35m away from Cott Groyne in ocean, passing exactly through Bay View Tce / St Quentins Ave corner. If you think the CG -JR straight line through exactly same Bay View Tce / St Q corner is chance then take no notice. IMO.
 

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40 to 60 years old is not even in the ballpark. How do these links even suggest that?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swan_Brewery
Swan Gold is a mid-strength lager, with a small head and a quiet bitter aroma (3.5% alc/vol). Production commenced in 1978.

The very oldest bottle ever produced would be 39 years old, but it was still being produced and popular 20 years ago IMO.

Yes your supposed to provide links congratulations !
 

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What do you mean "whats with the claim"? I have watched them numerous times, researched them carefully and realised a long time ago that they were a lot of rubbish. I haven't posted them because I don't think they add anything to this forum. I copied them onto a drive when I first saw them when they were posted. I may post them at some point.

I don't know if they would add much as well. However, we've had some debate over the building in Hint 7. The image posted is very blurred. If you have Hint 7, I'd appreciate if you could post that video clip, which I believe will be a lot clearer than the image. Thanks.
 

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Yes your supposed to provide links congratulations !

First bottle ever produced would be 39 years old and still in production and popular 20 years ago. The beer bottle is not the point however, broken beer bottles was something PCS and metic were talking about, previously linked, and no clue that I saw mentioned them. Just a fluke they were there.

The point is the .00000? % probability of finding the exact clues on a straight line originating 35m away from Cott Groyne in ocean, passing exactly through Bay View Tce / St Quentins Ave corner. If you think the CG -JR straight line through exactly same Bay View Tce / St Q corner is chance then take no notice. IMO.

You missed half my quote. Must have had a Glitch, IMO.
 

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Born at subiaco as a child , back and forth a few times threw old mans work , had grandparents on Marmion ave they bought in the 70s , sold , have a few relatives there .
oh yeah lived Rockingham mid 90s

Have you ever been to Perth paulrobo239?
 
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