Periklis Papadopoulos and Danilo Restivo - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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Greek native Periklis Papadopoulos was a grumpy old bastard with a short fuse. His nasty temper had already landed him in prison over a petty dispute in his home country. After relocating to Australia upon his release, his hot head would make him murder again, this time for the most ridiculous of reason

Danilo Restivo, was an Italian man who had a creepy obsession with secretly cutting off locks of unsuspecting women’s hair in public locations. In 1993 he was the last person seen with 16 year old Elisa Claps before she disappeared and several years later he was strongly suspected in the brutal murder of Heather Barnett. The investigations were a mishandled shit show, so proving his involvement was far from a sure thing.

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