Blood Oath: The Van Krevel Evil - Part 2 - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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This is Part 2 of Blood Oath: The Van Krevel Evil… if you haven’t listened to part one and you want anything we’re saying to make sense, go back and listen to Episode 146 before listening to this one.

One week before his trial for the murders of David O’Hearn and Frank Arkell, Mark Van Krevel levels accusations of sexual abuse against his father Jack for the first time. It’s seen by many as a cynical ploy to reduce his culpability in the murders.

Although Jack says he was “hard on Mark” he denies the claims of sexual abuse. In a disturbed emotional state and believing whatever Mark’s sister and his sort of girlfriend Belinda tells him, Mark’s best friend Keith Schreiber spirals out of control and the consequences are deadly.

TCNT: Tracey Stewart reviews the book “The A to Z Encyclopedia of Serial Killers” by Harold Schechter

Aussie As: A wanted man tries to cross a QLD border check point in stolen car with paper number plates while carrying drugs and weapons.

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Van Krevel Sources: R v Valera [2000] NSWSC 1220, R v van KREVEL [2003] NSWSC 227, R v Schreiber [2001] NSWSC 1184. Vanity Fair, Christian Bale Thanked Satan at the Golden Globes, and Satanists Are Thrilled, BY LAURA BRADLEY, JANUARY 7, 2019. Forensic Investigators, Season 2, Episodes 8 and 9, Mark Valera. BOUND BY BLOOD: THE TRUE STORY OF THE WOLLONGONG MURDERS By John Suter Linton., She was named ‘Australia’s most evil woman’. But where is Belinda Van Krevel now? By Zara Mcdonald, March 3, 2018. Illawarra Mercury, August 22, 2016 , Crime files: Keith Schreiber butchered best friend’s father Jack van Krevel, by Cydonee Mardon. Murderpedia, Mark Mala Valera. Crime Primely – The prime of True crime, The Valera/Van Krevel Siblings (Australia’s Most Evil Siblings). Frank Arkell: How a vicious murder unmasked a city’s darkest secrets, Nick McLaren, ABC News, June 27, 2018. She was named ‘Australia’s most evil woman’ but where is Belinda Van Krevel now? Zara McDonald,, March 3, 2018. Death Surrounds Her, Greg Bearup, the Sydney Morning Herald, August 28, 2014. Belinda Van Krevel jailed for stabbing boyfriend but he still loves her, the Sydney Morning Herald, February 13, 2014. Marshall Gould tells why he still loves his real life ‘femme fatal’ Belinda Van Krevel, Clementine Cuneo, the Daily Telegraph, February 24, 2014. Notorious Illawarra criminal Belinda Van Krevel faces court on shoplifting charges, Madeline Crittenden, the Illawarra Star, November 20, 2019

Aussie As Sources: Man Attempted To Cross QLD Border With DIY Paper Number Plates, Viki Gerova, 10 Daily, March 26, 2020, Wanted man arrested at QLD border in stolen car with paper number plates, Shanee Dobeson,, March 26, 2020, Cops make a stunning find when they pull over a driver at a coronavirus check point, Tita Smith, the Daily Mail, March 27, 2020

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