Jack Reeves and The Greenough Family Massacre - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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When Jack Wayne Reeve’s second wife died of an apparently self-inflicted shotgun wound no autopsy was conducted. When his third wife, who was afraid of water, drowned in a lake he had her quickly cremated. But it wasn’t until the disappearance of his fourth wife that suspicions were aroused enough for police to start investigating him.

In early 1993, the small town of Greenough in Western Australia was rocked by a horrific tragedy, which became known as the Greenough Family Massacre. The murders were so gruesome that some of the details were withheld from the public as they were deemed far too henious. But now the victim’s family are demanding they be made public so the perpetrator will never be released.

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