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Mar 24, 2019 41m

On Sunday the 23rd of October 1966, eight-year-old Wendy Jane Pfeiffer was abducted about 500 metres from her family’s dairy farm in Mylor, South Australia.In the wake of the infamous Beaumont Children Disappearance from Glenelg Beach in South Australia only 10 months earlier, response to Wendy's disappearance was rapid, and a full scale search was launched by police, firefighters, emergency services, and community volunteers.When searchers returned with no results, police called in Aboriginal trackers Jimmy James and Daniel Moodoo to follow the trail others couldn't see...Join Shaun and Chloe as they explore the details of this twisting, turning, extraordinary story.Credits:Researched, written and engineered by Shaun McMahonSupport the show on Patreon for additional episodes:https://www.patreon.com/truebluecrimeGet in touch:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/380493356066315/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/truebluecrime/Email - truebluecrime@gmail.comResources:'Missing' interactive documentary by SBS'Missing: The Abduction of Wendy Pfeiffer' Written by Kylie Boltin, Researched by Debra Shulkes, Interviews with Wendy and John Pfeiffer by Roslyn Oades'Lost and Found: The Life of Jimmy James' by Robert Holmestrove.nla.com.au - archived Adelaide newspaper articles

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Mar 24, 2019 41m

On Sunday the 23rd of October 1966, eight-year-old Wendy Jane Pfeiffer was abducted about 500 metres from her family’s dairy farm in Mylor, South Australia.In the wake of the infamous Beaumont Children Disappearance from Glenelg Beach in South Australia only 10 months earlier, response to Wendy's disappearance was rapid, and a full scale search was launched by police, firefighters, emergency services, and community volunteers.When searchers returned with no results, police called in Aboriginal trackers Jimmy James and Daniel Moodoo to follow the trail others couldn't see...Join Shaun and Chloe as they explore the details of this twisting, turning, extraordinary story.Credits:Researched, written and engineered by Shaun McMahonSupport the show on Patreon for additional episodes:https://www.patreon.com/truebluecrimeGet in touch:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/380493356066315/Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/truebluecrime/Email - truebluecrime@gmail.comResources:'Missing' interactive documentary by SBS'Missing: The Abduction of Wendy Pfeiffer' Written by Kylie Boltin, Researched by Debra Shulkes, Interviews with Wendy and John Pfeiffer by Roslyn Oades'Lost and Found: The Life of Jimmy James' by Robert Holmestrove.nla.com.au - archived Adelaide newspaper articles

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