º The Satin Man: Uncovering the mystery of the missing Beaumont children || ð PDF Read by ☆ Alan Whiticker
Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM By Alan Whiticker

On Australia Day 1966, the Beaumont children Jane, Arna and Grant disappeared from an Adelaide beach Despite a large scale police investigation and extensive media coverage, the case remains unsolved, bogged down by false leads and dead ends, an the Beaumont children were never seen again.In 2006, author Alan Whiticker, assisted by researcher Stuart Mullins, wrote theOn Australia Day 1966, the Beaumont children Jane, Arna and Grant disappeared from an Adelaide beach Despite a large scale police investigation and extensive media coverage, the case remains unsolved, bogged down by false leads and dead ends, an the Beaumont children were never seen again.In 2006, author Alan Whiticker, assisted by researcher Stuart Mullins, wrote the definitive account of the sibling s disappearance in Searching For The Beaumont Children Since the publication of that book, fresh leads have been sceptically received, until one family in particular presented a remarkabl possibility that their family patriarch, a man with a peculiar predilection for satin, might have been involved.This book, The Satin Man, is th result of the six years that followed, in which Whiticker and Mullins continued their hunt for th truth It details everything uncovered about the new potential suspect, a man of wealth and position, and sheds incredible new light on this decades old mystery.
  • Title: The Satin Man: Uncovering the mystery of the missing Beaumont children
  • Author: Alan Whiticker
  • ISBN: 9781742573083
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback

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Judith Beaumont Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Major Crime detectives have formally admitted Harry Phipps was not a suspect in the case and allegations implicating him had been investigated and discounted.Adelaide Now, 24/8/13. Alan Whiticker states, “ I’m not an investigator. I’m just a writer.” Respectable writers of true crime need a judicious researcher who is capable of finding the truth, one without intent on crucifying the dead who cannot speak from their graves. They need a private detective who’s experienced in Major Crime [...]
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Helen McKenna Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Like most Australians I have always been fascinated with the mystery of what happened to the Beaumont children on Australia Day 1966. How was it possible that three children could be abducted in broad daylight on a crowded beach in Adelaide and simply disappear without a trace? Despite many theories being floated in the almost 50 years since, there has never been any kind of definitive answer.In his previous book Searching For The Beaumont Children: Australia's Most Famous Unsolved Mystery, auth [...]
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Michelle Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
This book didn't have an awful lot to add to Alan J. Whiticker's 'Searching for the Beaumont Children'. If you haven't read that book, just skip straight to this one, which re-caps the story told in the previous book, interspersed with chapters which deal with the authors' new leads. It would be wonderful if the SA Police re-opened the case based on this evidence, even if nothing comes of it. Well written and researched.
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Kirsti Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Definitely some interesting theories about a cold case that has haunted Australian consciousness for the past fifty years. Even if the 'Satin man' has nothing to do with this crime, the allegations about him by his son were reprehensible enough. Well researched by one of Australia's leading crime authors. Highly recommend, five stars.
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Tony Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Too similar to the other book about the Beaumont children. Only half of the book is about a family obviously with issues and writing style is ordinary.
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Myshelle Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
On Australia Day 1966, the Beaumont children Jane, Arnna and Grant disappeared from Glenelg an Adelaide beach. Despite a large scale police investigation and extensive media coverage, the case remains unsolved to this day.I was 12 years old when the children were abducted and like many thousands in Australia it is one missing persons case that never leaves you.This book discusses a new theory but still has not resolved the case.A little repetitive at times, but in all a good read.
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Michelle Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Really fascinating read. What a pity this information didn’t come out sooner so it could be fully investigated when the satin man was still alive. Leaves you will the feeling it’ll never be solved unless they miraculously find the spot these children may have been buried. I hugely feel for the parents. I cannot imagine all 4 of my kids being taken all at the same time and still not knowing what happened 50 plus years later. So so sad :(
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Nigel Hawkins Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
A detailed and interesting account of the Beaumont children's disappearance, peppered with theory and speculation as to "whodunnit?"Would have been nice to have had some of the serious allegations investigated practically, as the author seems to think they can point to a place with hard facts and evidence, but hasn't followed them up. Interesting enough if you know little about the case.
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Helen Windle Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Because the Beaumont children disappeared when I was a young girl in the same city this story held special significanceever what is written, although extremely plausible, is not proven in court I am still sceptical as well as intrigued by the subject.
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Mara Moore Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Very interesting book! Made me feel like i was getting closer to what happened
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Sarah Cotterill Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Very fascinating book. Hopefully one day the case is solved.
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Angela Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Dreadful read. Sounds far fetched to me.
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Paul Valente Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
Interesting retread of the Beaumont children mystery, but the book is underpinned by an unconvincing theory that mirrors the false leads and dead ends the book discusses.
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Jessica Mar 19, 2019 - 20:47 PM
A random pick up from the library that ended up being quite fascinating.Let's hope people take notice and justice can be finally done.
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The Satin Man: Uncovering the mystery of the missing Beaumont children By Alan Whiticker On Australia Day 1966, the Beaumont children Jane, Arna and Grant disappeared from an Adelaide beach Despite a large scale police investigation and extensive media coverage, the case remains unsolved, bogged down by false leads and dead ends, an the Beaumont children were never seen again.In 2006, author Alan Whiticker, assisted by researcher Stuart Mullins, wrote theOn Australia Day 1966, the Beaumont children Jane, Arna and Grant disappeared from an Adelaide beach Despite a large scale police investigation and extensive media coverage, the case remains unsolved, bogged down by false leads and dead ends, an the Beaumont children were never seen again.In 2006, author Alan Whiticker, assisted by researcher Stuart Mullins, wrote the definitive account of the sibling s disappearance in Searching For The Beaumont Children Since the publication of that book, fresh leads have been sceptically received, until one family in particular presented a remarkabl possibility that their family patriarch, a man with a peculiar predilection for satin, might have been involved.This book, The Satin Man, is th result of the six years that followed, in which Whiticker and Mullins continued their hunt for th truth It details everything uncovered about the new potential suspect, a man of wealth and position, and sheds incredible new light on this decades old mystery.

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