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A murderer is arrested, and John reveals a truly stunning insight about a key piece of evidence. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
John and Paul discuss what happens when stowing away on planes goes horribly wrong, and John shares his improbably labor-intensive signature dish. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Our look at the horrific Family Court Murders continues. This week, we deal with the tragic bombing which killed Pearl Watson, wife of Justice Raymond Watson. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
John talks magic tricks, morality, and putting strange things in his mouth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Family Court Murders are being investigated in a new ABC TV special... but as it turns out, Dad was actually there. Welcome to part one of our look at this brutal string of crimes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's bonus episode, Scott Morrison calls Albo a "loose unit". Are we owed royalties? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Snowtown - Part Three

Snowtown - Part Three

2022-05-0938:53

Our look at Snowtown comes to a close, with the final victims, bodies in barrels full of acid, and a town left reeling. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's Loose Ends, a listener graduates from the academy, and John tells a story of deception, deceit and dogs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Snowtown - Part Two

Snowtown - Part Two

2022-05-0238:35

John and Paul take a closer look at the victims claimed by the killers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week on Loose Ends, the boys discuss Meshel Laurie's appearance over on Dish Island. Then, things take a pivot towards utter stupidity! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Snowtown - Part One

Snowtown - Part One

2022-04-2542:19

We kick off our look at the murders which drew the public eye towards the small, unassuming town of Snowtown back in 1999, beginning with a breakdown of the town itself, and what effect this saga had on it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Time to trade stories... and doody. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The police finally catch the perpetrator of the Claremont Killings. Or do they? What happens when an innocent man is put under the spotlight? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
John and Paul discuss the ins and outs of wreaking horrible, delicious revenge on noisy neighbours. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In the wealthy suburb of Claremont, Perth, three women were taken. Decades later, the truth has emerged... but the details are far stranger than anyone could have imagined. This week, John and Paul commence a two part look at the Claremont Killings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On our hundredth episode of Loose Ends, we have a party! ...Well, to be accurate, John details the single loudest party he's ever had the misfortune to endure. A noise complaint - and quite a yarn - ensues. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A heroic escape attempt pays off in our second episode looking at the infamous Moorhouse Murders. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mum is up for jury duty! Plus, the boys discuss a truly odd roadside accident. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
A small, unassuming house on a quiet street in Perth. How did this become the location where such unspeakable acts took place? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week on Loose Ends, did our look at The Family ruin Adelaide? And is there any way to avoid the bad new burnout we're all going through right now? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Comments (60)

Susan James

The only job of the defence is to cast reasonable doubt on the case of the prosecutor. The onus is on the prosecutor to prove guilt. Guilt or not is not the job of the defence.

May 31st
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Susan James

Police (in my own experience) DO NOT treat suicide as possible murders. Suicide is all too easy an explanation.

May 27th
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Susan James

She did the right thing!! She might well have been in danger from the people who came back to clean up the crime scene! She needs total hero credit!

May 27th
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Susan James

Where does this stop? Would you commercialise the Port Arthur massacre?

May 24th
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S M

is the wrong file attached to this episode? this is same as last week?

Feb 24th
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Susan James

Spontaneous combustion?

Jan 19th
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1942

I physically waved hello to Tegan!! 🤣😅🥰🤩

Feb 21st
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1942

So much love for this show!!

Feb 21st
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Katharine Gordon

Horrible 😪

Dec 2nd
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Axcel Magrell

Hi guys, I've listened to every episode and this one hit some pretty meaningful and deep points for me/my life so I thank you! You guys made my night!!

Nov 6th
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David Tags

Paul, your old man is a legend! I'm from Melbourne, so curious if John had any run-ins, events or incidents within Vic?

Nov 5th
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Susan James

No, John, it is NOT cool to talk and laugh about Carlotta in such an abhorrent, disrespectful way.

Aug 20th
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Susan James

Had a friend I’m the 80’s who married a cop. She kept a police cap visible in the back window of her car - never got booked for anything

Aug 17th
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Susan James

Apologies for the typos. Long message and could not view last entries as I typed. My point is, a plea to the police: do NOT just make the easy assumption. In my case, had you asked more questions of everyone involved, and with a good deal more sensititivity, you would have found the truth, and maybe even found the nastier people that my “bad guy” was involved with, and terrified of.

Aug 13th
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Susan James

I really love this podcast for its openness, honesty and transparency, However, this particular episode has hit a personal nerve (yes. I do observe your warnings). I was in a similar situation 30 years ago. I tried very hard to extricate myself from that “bad guy” but could not. When he shot himself (under the influence of speed and alcohol) at the other end of the phone to me) the ACT Police treated me like dirt. I was not then, and have never been an illicit drug user. His entire family lied at the inquest about his bizarre behaviour prior to his death, and it was decided that the cause of his suicide was the breakup in our p. When will the police dig deeper and not assume the way option? This has affected my mental health, relationships and whole life for 30 years.

Aug 13th
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Amanda Averay-Jones

A dryer fire happened to me in our flat 30 years ago.

Jun 15th
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Emma Thomas

Jocularity 😆

Jun 7th
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Georgie McLean

hmmmm so what happened to the dear old lady after you surprised her in the shower? #unfinishedstory love your work John and Paul

Jun 5th
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Michael Walsh

antique stories are Fantastic! they're such a curiousity. keep them coming

May 15th
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Simon Fry

takes me back.

Mar 25th
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