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Season 3, Episode 1 – “Snowtown: The Bodies In The Barrels Murders”
The Snowtown murders were so barbaric and shocking, the Australian community still struggle to come to terms with what happened. But the trial that led to the horrific outcome began years earlier, when police began a routine re-investigation of a missing person’s case in Adelaide. The more they looked into the case, however, the more missing people they uncovered – and connected to all the missing people were two men – John Bunting and Robert Wagner. As their investigation continued, the trial of missing people led them to a bank vault in Snowtown. Inside the vault, they found several barrels – all containing body parts. The arrest of Bunting, Wagner plus two associates, Mark Haydon and Jamie Vlassakis, unravelled the whole saga – a saga of torture, sadism and murder. Between August 1992 and May 1999 John Bunting and Robert Wagner tortured and murdered 12 people (many of whom they knew) from Adelaide – stealing their money and forcing them to record messages to loved ones that were used to convince friends and relatives they were still alive. The trial that followed was one of the longest and most publicised in Australian legal history. Bunting and Wagner were eventually found guilty and imprisoned, never to be released. This program features an exclusive interview with Paul Schramm who led the investigation, as well as other officers who also worked on the case. We investigate the psychology of John Bunting and meet the man who had the grim task of identifying the bodies in the barrels. In a world exclusive, the program also includes footage as the police entered the vault for the first time.


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