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Very enjoyable so far!!
I’m curious to know how this story ends but I find the storyline frustratingly repetitive and drawn out.
SO well written and edited. I love this podcast.
This is truly an unbelievable story, so many crimes committed against not only Lyn, who is the ultimate victim of this monster, but all of the children who placed their trust in him, Joanne included. The host is doing a wonderful job putting all of this together. He seems to have the ability to get previously reluctant witnesses to open up in these interviews, and speak openly with him about what they witnessed, and unfortunately didn’t reveal at the time of Lyn’s murder. Please don’t misunderstand, I’m blaming no one.. I truly understand what the culture & life seems to have been in that area, at that time. The only person who is due blame here is Chris! I hope & pray that this podcast will be the catalyst that brings this man to justice for the murder of his lovely wife. I also pray that it brings Chris, Paul & any of the other teachers, who were predators, griming and ultimately raping these poor children!! These narcissistic sociopaths have ruined so many lives for their own pleasure. My heart breaks for Lyn, her beautiful girls, and the rest of family. She seems to have been a lovely person and she deserves justice at last! Shame on all of the police who have failed her all of these years!!! While I believe Joanne’s treatment of Lyn’s girls was cruel, and unforgivable, I also believe that she was just another of Chris’ victims. She was a child, who should have been able to trust her teachers, instead she was groomed and raped. Like I said.. unbelievable. Can’t wait to find out how all of this ends. Your story makes me want to hop on a plane , fly to Australia and start digging myself.. I’m just that frustrated:) Keep up the great work and thank you for bringing this to everyone’s attention!!
I stumbled across this podcast and now I am hooked. Great reporting. FYI: don’t believe what that other review says; there is NO victim blaming.
I cannot wait for Justice for Lyn!
Wonderful podcast, engaging and with voices that are easy to listen to.
This is awesome, well researched and presented. Well done.
An entirely intriguing podcast that has me hanging for each Thursday to hear the next episode. Excellent investigative skills and I find I’m waiting with bated breath to hear when Chris Dawson is arrested.
Chuck norris was what Willis was talking about
So well done. Cannot wait fo the next episode each week.
Incredibly well researched and well-told story.
The steady voice narrating, takes you into a story that will absolutely stun you. The rich and famous can literally get away with murder. This will absorbe you to the point of repeating each episode to ensure you’ve heard every fact. It also leaves you hanging while you wait for the next release. ❤️
This podcast’s content is fascinating to any true crime enthusiast. However there is an awful lot of phone interviews in the podcast. For an audio series this is somewhat irritating. GB
I first heard this one or two weeks ago and thought this was very good, though why they need to recap the first few lines about the twins weird relationship and the bit about Joanne Curtis in every episode beats me. It just goes to show how laid back the Australian Education system is if Teachers are allowed, or were allowed to date their students like this. No discipline at all! Have been listening to the first few episodes and then subscribed to this podcast as it is so intriguing. Rjw UK GB
This podcast is gripping! It’s incomprehensible the police didn’t investigate her disappearance at the time. Hopefully ‘The Teachers Pet’ with get to the truth GB
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