Bondi Badlands

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  • Paperback
  • 252 pages
  • Bondi Badlands
  • Greg Callaghan
  • English
  • 14 May 2019
  • 9781741146196

About the Author: Greg Callaghan

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Bondi BadlandsBondi Badlands The Definitive Story Of Sydney S Gay Hate Murders By Greg Callaghan A Grittily Compelling Look At A Series Of Brutal Murders That Took Place In Sydney S Eastern Beachside Suburbs In The S This Is The Extraordinary Story Of The Crimes, The Victims, The Gangs And The Policeman Who Refused To Close The Case A Thrilling And Compelling Story Of A Horrific Series Of Crimes And One Man S Single Minded Resolve To Bring The Killers To Justice With Blood Stains On The Walkway And Screams Often Heard Late At Night, The Long Concrete Pathway Skirting The Cliff Face Between The Beaches Of Bondi And Tamarama In Sydney S Eastern Suburbs Was Dubbed The Bondi Badlands And It Was Here In The Late S That A Handful Of Young Men Were Dragged To Their Deaths After Nightfall The Slow Road To An Overdue Justice Began When Detective Sergeant Stephen Page Read A Series Of Letters From A Distraught Mother Of One Of The Victims Painstakingly Piecing Together The Dark Mural Of The Murders, He Revived The Police Investigation Into The Deaths, Code Named Operation Taradale Told With All The Excitement And Pace Of A Crime Thriller, This Story Of The Bondi Badlands Murders Is Unputdownable

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10 thoughts on “Bondi Badlands

  1. A.B. Gayle says:

    Recently, it was reported that the death of a gay man in Manly back in the eighties was being reopened as a cold case I hope the deaths that are reported in this book also get taken note of The book is chilling in its portrayal of the way the lives of gay men back in those days were seen as sonehow worthless Hopefully, the situation has changed I applaud Greg for writing this book and for the devotion to duty of those who tried to right the wrongs back in those days Suicide was an easy out for a police force that secretly sympathised with the gangs that roamed the streets And suggestions have subsequently come out that this support may have been active An even chilling thought.As a follow up to this, the following article in the Sydney Morning Herald suggests I m not the only one who feels this should be investigated further.http www.smh.com.au nsw murderous r

  2. Fishface says:

    A disturbing read about how a whole chain of murders and associated hate crimes was somehow considered not worth investigating by the police When the coroner read the police the riot act fairly late in the book, it was satisfying, but it would have been satisfying to get some answers about these killings Most chilling of all is the possibility that the one officer who bothered might not have uncovered everything there was to uncover I keep coming back to that body that someone spotted, neglected to bring to shore, and which disappeared with no further police action taken Incredible

  3. Karl says:

    Chilling, cold case style murder investigation, recent Sydney gay history

  4. Chris Ellison says:

    Interesting read The crime scene is less than 200m from my house so gave an interesting perspective on the history of the area and homophobia in the late 80 90s.