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Crimes That Shook Australia
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Title

Crimes That Shook Australia

Year released

2013

Genres

Documentaries

Classification

M
Violence

Synopsis

In 1992, the sleepy town of Bargo near Sydney became the scene of the most horrendous crime. Hear from Christine Simpson as she tells of her panic while locals and officials searched for her daughter, Ebony.

Seasons

  • Season 1 (2013)
  • Season 2 (2016)
  • Season 3 (2017)

Everyone’s favourite true crime series is back and it’s more riveting than ever. Presented by Matt Doran, Crimes that Shook Australia reveals the true stories behind the heinous acts that shook the nation. It does so through exclusive interviews, dramatic reconstructions and archival footage, making sure viewers are on the edge of their seats week after week.

The third season of the show includes previously unseen images and documents, such as the evidence that put “The Black Widow” Patricia Byers behind bars. Moreover, in a world exclusive, Crimes that Shook Australia reveals the footage filmed by the police as they entered the infamous Snowtown bank vault.

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