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The Chilling Black Dahlia Murder Revisited
Peter Butt. The bizarre deaths of Dr Gilbert Bogle and Mrs Margaret Chandler have become one of the most mysterious cases in Australian criminal history. With no clues as to how they died, the half-naked bodies of the brilliant physicist and his lover were found beside the Lane Cove River on New Year's Day,
Who Killed Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler
Two young women hidden in bushes beside the Lane Cove River witnessed Gilbert Bogle and Margaret Chandler die, according to a new book on one of Australia's most famous unsolved cases. There have been many theories about the Bogle-Chandler deaths on New Year's Day , including murder, assassination and poisoning, but in the six decades since nobody has ever come forward as an eyewitness. Now a retired Canberra psychologist has told author Peter Butt that one of the young women told him that she had gone to the riverbank with her girlfriend after attending a New Year's Eve party. On leaving, the woman realised she had lost her purse. As they retraced their steps, they spied another couple arrive.
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5 Darkest Unsolved Murders In History
Although it was assumed the couple were murdered, police investigators could find or produce no evidence that it was actually murder. The documentary, directed and written by Australian documentary film maker Peter Butt , presents unique evidence to suggest the couple died from hydrogen sulphide poisoning emanating from a river. When the half- naked bodies of brilliant physicist , Dr Gilbert Bogle, and his lover, Mrs Margaret Chandler, were found in bizarre circumstances on a Sydney riverbank in , it set into play an unprecedented forensic investigation. Autopsies offered little clue as to how the couple died, only that there were signs of a rapidly acting poison. At the end of a long and controversial coronial inquest, no cause of death, killer or motive could be identified. In the ensuing years, scores of tabloid theories have been put forward, from LSD to Cold War assassinations. Four decades later, this explosive documentary reveals startling new scientific evidence - evidence so powerful the police gave filmmaker Peter Butt unprecedented access to their forensic records.