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Troubled Waters is a 10-part ground-breaking podcast exploring the untold story of Louisa Ioannidis' tragic and mysterious death in 2011. Louisa Ioannidis was only 24. Beautiful, courageous, and vulnerable, yet her untimely death barely received a two-line report in a small local newspaper. Her body was discovered by passers-by in a local creek, clad in a pink dressing gown. Despite being a strong swimmer, police quickly determined there were no suspicious circumstances. Yet no one has been able to explain how or why she came to enter the creek.


Louisa’s brother Tass has always doubted the findings and is desperate for answers.


Over a decade after Louisa’s death, Private Investigator Julia Robson embarks on a fresh investigation and explores the full story of Louisa’s short life and the events leading up to her tragic passing. Together with Producer Clare McGrath, they uncover a gripping narrative full of intrigue. From an international kidnapping, a daring escape and a family’s desperate bid to stay together, it all unravels into a downward spiral exacerbated by a toxic relationship, all the while revealing flaws in a family violence support system that desperately needs fixing.



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Troubled Waters is a 10-part ground-breaking podcast exploring the untold story of Louisa Ioannidis' tragic and mysterious death in 2011. Louisa Ioannidis was only 24. Beautiful, courageous, and vulnerable, yet her untimely death barely received a two-line report in a small local newspaper. Her body was discovered by passers-by in a local creek, clad in a pink dressing gown. Despite being a strong swimmer, police quickly determined there were no suspicious circumstances. Yet no one has been able to explain how or why she came to enter the creek.Louisa’s brother Tass has always doubted the findings and is desperate for answers.Over a decade after Louisa’s death, Private Investigator Julia Robson embarks on a fresh investigation and explores the full story of Louisa’s short life and the events leading up to her tragic passing. Together with Producer Clare McGrath, they uncover a gripping narrative full of intrigue. From an international kidnapping, a daring escape and a family’s desperate bid to stay together, it all unravels into a downward spiral exacerbated by a toxic relationship, all the while revealing flaws in a family violence support system that desperately needs fixing. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of deathIn 2011, a casual walk along a suburban creek turns into a chilling discovery when a couple comes across the lifeless body of a female dressed in a pink dressing gown along the edge of the creek. Despite initial assurances from the police, there were no suspicious circumstances, and something felt off. Now, over a decade later, Private Investigator Julia Robson steps in to take on a fresh investigation – but first, the female must be identified.Contact the podcast: contact@casefilepodcast.com If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline in 131114 or 1800 Respect. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of domestic violenceWith the body in the creek now identified as local woman Louisa Ioannidis, a childhood marked by extraordinary events is uncovered – from an international kidnapping to a daring escape. As her past unfolds, did the dark secrets she held contribute to her death at the creek? If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com.If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As Louisa navigates life in Australia as a teenager and begins dating, tensions escalate between her desire for independence and her mother's protective instincts. Despite her mother’s efforts, her decisions as a young adult contribute to her inability to break free from a life spiralling out of control.If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com.If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of domestic violence and suicideIn the aftermath of a New Year’s tragedy, scrutiny intensifies on Louisa’s relationship, raising doubts about her happiness and safety. As tension continues to escalate, police become involved. Was Louisa's death a tragic accident or a desperate response to her failing relationship?If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com.  If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services.Additional links:Carrington Consultancy (Professor Kerry Carrington): https://carringtonconsultancy.com Dart Group Australia (Jolene Ellat): https://www.dartgroupaustralia.com.auRed Rose Foundation (Betty Taylor): https://www.redrosefoundation.com.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 5: State of mind

Episode 5: State of mind

2024-06-1624:035

Content warning: This episode contains discussions of substance use and domestic violence.  Uncovering Louisa’s journal, entries are discovered from the months leading up to her tragic passing. Amidst her struggles, a further mystery emerges surrounding the whereabouts of her Mother’s cherished bird. As Louisa’s mental state during this period is explored further, questions arise about the circumstances leading to her untimely demise.If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com.  If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services.Additional links:Red Rose Foundation (Betty Taylor): https://www.redrosefoundation.com.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Episode 6: The day of

Episode 6: The day of

2024-06-1640:113

Content warning: This episode contains discussions of substance use and domestic violence.  Louisa's final day provides chilling revelations about her movements before tragedy struck. Over a decade later, Private Investigator Julia Robson tracks down Louisa's alleged drug dealer. Will this long-awaited encounter finally unearth the vital clue needed to solve the mystery behind her untimely demise?If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com.  If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services.Additional links:Carrington Consultancy (Professor Kerry Carrington): https://carringtonconsultancy.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of death.  In the aftermath of Louisa’s disappearance, questions begin to swirl about where she actually went. A fresh investigation raises new concerns as the search for the truth continues.If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com.  If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services.Additional links:Dart Group Australia (Jolene Ellat): https://www.dartgroupaustralia.com.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Content warning: This episode contains graphic descriptions of death and domestic violence. A new investigation brings fresh hope as an international expert is consulted. As further details emerge, a potential breakthrough surfaces, shaking the foundations of the case.If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com.  If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services.Additional links: Carrington Consultancy (Professor Kerry Carrington): https://carringtonconsultancy.com Team LGS (Andrea Zaferes): https://teamlgs.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of death. A shocking revelation rocks the investigation as another body is discovered in Darebin Creek, with eerie ties to Louisa. With new details surfacing, questions arise: Could these incidents be linked? And what secrets lie beneath the surface of the creek's history? Continuing the investigation, the complexities of aquatic death investigations come to light, challenging everything we thought we knew. If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com.  If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services.Additional links: Heartland Forensic (Dr Thomas Young) https://www.heartlandforensic.comLifeguard Systems (Andrea Zaferes) https://teamlgs.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Content warning: This episode contains discussions of suicide, death and domestic violence. As the puzzle of Louisa’s tragic death begins to take shape, a cryptic message in Louisa's journal hints at a darker truth. Where questions mount, contradictions emerge, and official narratives are challenged - the search for justice intensifies.If you have any information regarding the death of Louisa Ioannidis, please email contact@casefilepodcast.com. If you need any support regarding any of the topics raised in this podcast, please reach out to services such as Lifeline on 131114, 1800 Respect or the Men’s Referral Service on 1300 766 491. Listeners outside of Australia should refer to their local services.Additional links:Heartland Forensic (Dr Thomas Young): https://www.heartlandforensic.comLifeguard Systems (Andrea Zaferes): https://teamlgs.comDr Thomas Young: https://www.heartlandforensic.comProfessor Kerry Carrington: https://carringtonconsultancy.com  Andrea Zaferes: https://teamlgs.comJolene Ellat: https://www.dartgroupaustralia.com.auBetty Taylor: https://www.redrosefoundation.com.au Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Comments (3)

Jacob Lipson

Excellent production!

Jun 22nd
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Megan

excellent work on this series. Great to find two such capable experts to comment on the case. would you believe that here in the States, wherevthese two happen to be from, these experts may not be available to assist law enforcement -- or, even, that some law enforcement departments simply would never avail themselves of the assistance of such experts by choice?

Jun 20th
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Mai Summer

What a great start, and a horrible remainder. I was actually almost convinced the writing team left all the "now investigating theory X" in the show as a joke, given how settled we were on what happened so early on. To reference the show itself here, it seemed like you spent all your time trying to convince us why the moon may actually be made of cream cheese after all. This resulted in the worst series Casefile Presents has ever presented by far.

Jun 17th
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