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Louise’s Story

February 5th, 2018

Louise O'Brien was 18 years old. She was a slight, strawberry blonde girl with her whole future ahead of her. She had plans. A sweet girl, a good friend, who deserved much, much better than the hand she was dealt. She wanted a life far better than the one she found herself in. She wanted a home where she felt safe, and loved. A home nothing like the nightmare she was unable to just wake up from.

This is Louise’s Story.

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

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Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

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Research Credit: Sydney Morning Herald, ABC, Illawarra Mercury 

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Bonus Episode: Darcey’s Story

January 29th, 2018

All murders are heinous. They are painful and confusing and terrifying. But there is nothing more painful than losing a child. There is nothing more confusing than when someone takes a child’s life away. And there is nothing more terrifying than when it’s their parent that does it. When one parent kills their child to hurt the other, taking advantage of their son or daughters innocence and trust. Taking them away from all of us, from everything. Darcey was only days away from turning 5, becoming a ‘big girl’. She was about to start school, on this day in 2009.

This is Darcey’s Story.

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

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Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

jmharrisart@gmail.com 

Research Credit: The Herald Sun, News.com 

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Lateesha and Kristy’s Story

January 22nd, 2018

Malcolm Naden was a fugitive, living rough in the bush and alluding the authorities for years. You won’t really hear a lot about the story of two young women who were brutally ripped from their lives, their families, their children, when they were murdered by Malcolm.

This is Lateesha and Kristy’s Story.

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

gabe@iiconic.com 

Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

jmharrisart@gmail.com  

Research Credit: Mammamia, The Herald Sun, The Age, News.com

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Linda’s Story

January 8th, 2018

Think of the a person in your life that you share your time with. Think of your best friend. Could you imagine your best friend turning on you? Maybe it's happened to you before already. Linda Roberts was a much-loved woman who was betrayed and killed by her close friends. Her story serves as a warning that people who we think are friends, could also be dangerous to know.

This is Linda's Story.

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

gabe@iiconic.com 

Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

jmharrisart@gmail.com 

Research Credit: News.com, ABC.com, Courier Mail

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Karen’s Story

December 24th, 2017

Karen had two teenage children, and she loved her home and the town she lived in. She felt safe raising her kids in that kind of community. And being a mother, that meant a lot to her. Security and peace. But that quiet town changed after one event that took Karen away forever.

This is Karen’s Story

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

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Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

jmharrisart@gmail.com 

Research Credit: The Herald Sun, The Courier

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SPECIAL CHRISTMAS ANNOUNCEMENT: Swag Bag Giveaway

December 21st, 2017

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Good luck with the giveaway!  And we hope you all have a very happy and safe holiday season.

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

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Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

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Dan’s Story

December 11th, 2017

There are different types of ways to lose a loved one. Death being the most final. But have you ever had a person you love, that you hold dearly, just walk out of the door never to return? Dan was a kind, empathetic young man, tall with a broad smile. He had a bright future ahead of him but, he couldn't see that. He was 24, with the weight of the world on his shoulders. 

This is Dan's Story. 

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

gabe@iiconic.com 

Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

jmharrisart@gmail.com 

Research Credit: The Age, SMH, Daily Mail, Mamma Mia, The Geelong Advertiser

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Bonus Episode: William’s Story

December 1st, 2017

Domestic violence remains the leading type of violence in Australia. At least 41 per cent of murders are a result of domestic violence. Most of those involve people killing their intimate partners, with 79 per cent of those victim’s women, and 21 per cent of them, men. And in this episode, we are going to talk about just one man in that 21 per cent.

This is William’s Story.

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

gabe@iiconic.com 

Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

jmharrisart@gmail.com

Research Credit: The Bendigo Advertiser, Gunnawarra Times, The Age

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Tiahleigh’s Story

November 27th, 2017

12 year old Tia was looking ahead to a fresh start. A new foster family, a new school, a new life.

This is Tiahleigh’s Story.

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

kinshipacademyproductions@gmail.com

Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

gabe@iiconic.com 

Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

jmharrisart@gmail.com 

Research credit: The Australian, News.com, The Herald Sun, smh.com

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Pyjama Girl’s Story

November 13th, 2017

When she was alive people knew her. When she died… no one did. This case is probably one of Australia’s most famous true murder mysteries. More than 70 years later, the mystery of the Pyjama Girls still causes debate.

This is Linda’s story. Or is it?

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Production and editing by KINSHIP PRODUCTIONS

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Original music by Gabe Rizza at IICONIC CREATIVE

gabe@iiconic.com

Artwork by Joel Micah Harris

jmharrisart@gmail.com

Research sources: The Herald Sun and The Australian