Did she meet many friends and mothers who spoke her chosen English? Did she have her own vehicle because she wanted to drive on the left hand side of the road?
Did she do any work including voluntary work? Did she help out at the playgroup or school? Or did she sit at home hidden away from the world?
The only person in Burwash who has come forward is the neighbour who was interviewed recently in The Australian, and who says she suspected RB was drug-dealing. Clearly he's a bizarre and malevolent person, but his crimes always seem to be based in the more prosaic and hide-in-plain-sight worlds of middle-aged dating, small businesses and coin-collecting, not drug-running. It was interesting to get a snapshot of their domestic life from that witness and to draw our own conclusions from it, but I am not sure their ideas about drug-smuggling bear much examination.
It's hard to know how much information about the investigation has been disseminated in Burwash, especially among women who are her contemporaries and who still live there. Amateur sleuths have joined various Burwash FB groups and asked pointed questions and posted photos, including myself, but there doesn't seem to be much engagement. There was an article in the Burwash parish magazine that I shared here way back, but the chap who wrote it told me he had zero responses. I think there is still work to be done there.