PARENTS KILLED AMBER ALERT ISSUED FOR 13-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER
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Australia Australia - Eileen Adeline Stewart, Hobart, Tasmania, 7 Nov 1958

Discussion in 'Pre-1960's Missing' started by Gardener1850, May 17, 2018.

  1. Gardener1850

    Gardener1850 Well-Known Member

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    [h=1]Eileen Stewart cold case: Sixty years on, Tasmanian mother's disappearance remains a mystery[/h][​IMG] [​IMG]
    Read more: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-05-18/eileen-stewart-cold-case-tasmania-coronial-inquest/9773076
     
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    Darling136 Staff member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    This is interesting imo
    or was this at the time the right thing to be done?
     
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    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    Maybe not the right thing, but the usual thing, unless there were extended family members willing to care for them while the remaining parent worked.
     
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    Desayama Teenage Sleuth

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    In the article, it makes it seem like Charles put his children into orphanages before he actually reported his wife missing??? Now, even for the time, that's very very odd - to not even wait till the next morning and to just shut away the children. My guess is that Charles knew that she wasn't coming back and he sadly killed her due to the marital trouble, as mentioned by Eileen's mother in England.
    Very sad for the children, mother vanishes and dad abandons them :(
     
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    Bohemian Well-Known Member

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    That is odd.
     
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