The Boozing Barber and The Skeleton in the Suitcase - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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Gilbert Paul Jordan aka the Boozing Barber had a nasty habit of seeking out Indigenous women who were down on their luck in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside and killing them. His weapon of choice was vodka, which led the whole sordid scenario to be dubbed “the so called alcohol murders”.

In 2010 the skeletal remains of Karlie Pearce-Stevenson were found in Belangalo State Forest, NSW – and for once Ivan Milat didn’t put them there. Her young daughter Khandalyce’s remains were found in a suitcase on the side of the road near Wynarka, South Australia in 2015. How did they get there? And who or what was responsible?

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