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Case 191: Sheree Beasley

Case 191: Sheree Beasley

Update: 2021-10-0953


Melbourne psychotherapist Margaret Hobbs was used to dealing with sex offenders. Many of her clients were men who had been referred to her through the court system after committing terrible crimes...


Narration – Anonymous Host

Research & writing – Erin Munro

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Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn

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Comments (15)

Danielle Grant

I'm genuinely curious to know, if no one else found it strange that a mother had her 6 year old daughter running errands, alone, on her behalf? I'm not blaming the mother for Sheree's abduction, but while listening I expected to hear more about Carrie and how she was as a mother. Yes, she was a young mom at 24 years old, but I cannot shake that she was irresponsible to have such a young child running your errands, alone. Nevertheless, this case was super tragic and I Carrie continues to live with the pain of having her daughter taken from her in this monstrous way.

Oct 17th
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The Everyday Bombshell

Margaret did the right thing. Even under the care of a psychiatrist he continued to escalate. The need to immediately protect children from this monster outweighs his need for confidentiality.

Oct 14th

Christina Stone

omg this is horryfing!

Oct 13th
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L Aylward

I'll never forget this case as a child of the 80's from Melbourne. Robert Arthur Selby Lowe will rot in hell.

Oct 11th


oh f$%^& this woman and her conflicted feelings about her "professional integrity". modern society invests too much into protecting sex offenders, and rehabilitation for them, and being concerned with their privacy and rights, etc. it is seen as noble, humane, compassionate, enlightened. but it is profoundly misguided and enabling to monsters. their victims get a lifetime of trauma and stigma and retraumatization but there is no societal concern with helping them, or rehabilitating them, or protecting their privacy. they and their families are on their own

Oct 10th
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