Would You Like To See Where Lucille Is Buried?

ISBN: 978-1-4769-6741-7

Category: True Crime

Keywords: Lucille Butterworth, missing persons, Tasmania, secrets, 

Published: 08/09/2012

Views: 1289

Words: 11,565

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Would You Like To See Where Lucille Is Buried?

Lucille Butterworth - no longer missing?


Lucille Butterworth, ask anybody in Tasmania and they know her name. Disappeared from a Hobart bus-stop in August 1969. Still missing. In 1986 a man confesses to police that he buried Lucille, but did not kill her. The public is never told. His story is related to the author in 2011. His story is now told to you. This is a truncated version of the fate of Lucille Butterworth. Exclusive as an ePub to KBuuk readers. In the month of the 43rd anniversary of her disappearance.In the public interest.

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About the Author

Aug 06, 2012

Paul Tapp, born in 1945, is an Australian award-winning broadcast investigative journalist, whose work in retirement is mainly non-fiction. One such works, described as 'forensic journalism' by prosecutor, John Agius QC, was central to a Commission of Inquiry into the police killing of a fellow Vietnam Veteran. Tapp uses these skills to flesh out his characters and give them reality-perspective. His early years in a mining hamlet with bush horses, hawk-traps and hunting with dogs, has influenced his first major works in fiction, his style in writing true to syntax construction.

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