Description: The backpacker murders were a spate of serial killings that took place in New South Wales, Australia, between 1989 and 1993, committed by Ivan Milat.The bodies of seven missing young people aged 19 to 22 were discovered partially buried in the Belanglo State Forest, 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) south-west of the New South Wales town of Berrima.Five of the victims were foreign backpackers (three ...
Description: The Australian Backpacker Murders - the victims. The victims were: Deborah Everist and James Gibson (Australian), both 19, disappeared December, 1989. Simone Schmidl (German), 20, disappeared January 1991. Gabor Neugebauer, 21 and Anja Habschied 20 (German), disappeared in January 1992
Description: Ivan Milat: The Backpacker Murders. It’s 1989, and you’re on vacation in New South Wales, Australia. You and your boyfriend set off to go backpacking. You leave and hitch a ride, something you’ve done many times before. But this time is different. He doesn’t just take you to the next town like the others have done.
Description: Ivan Milat: The Backpacker Murders in Australia The Australian serial killer Ivan Milat used the severed heads of his victims as target practice. In a bizarre twist, Ivan’s great-nephew Matthew Milat committed a copycat murder in 2010, at the of age 19, he axe-murdered a 17-year-old acquaintance in the Forest while a friend filmed the deed.
Description: The series of homicides earned the nickname “backpacker murders” considering the killer had targeted tourists hitchhiking their way through Australia. “That shows you how malicious and nasty the murders were,” says retired New South Wales Police detective Clive Small, who led the investigation into the backpacker murders.
Description: Between 1990 and 1996, a total of seven people were killed in Australia.Since all of the people were backpackers, the events are known as backpacker murders today. All of their bodies were found in Belangalo State Forest, which is close to Sydney. Ivan Milat killed all of these people.
Description: Known as the "Backpacker Murders," the seven victims were men and women who were either tourists to Australia or were traveling through the area. The victims were stabbed, shot or beaten to death ...
Description: When bodies began appearing in the Belanglo State Forest, authorities knew they had a serial killer on their hands. Soon, he was identified as Ivan Milat, the backpacker murderer.
Description: Ivan Milat's chilling serial backpacker murders still haunt Australia Ivan Milat leaving court in 1997, after attempting to appeal his conviction for the backpacker murders.
Description: The Backpacker murders were a spate of serial killings that occurred in New South Wales, Australia during the 1990s. The bodies of seven missing young people...
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