2017 - 2 Women in 50s Missing & Found Dead in Southern Highlands NSW

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2017 - 2 Women in 50s Missing & Found Dead in Southern Highlands NSW

Unread post by YowieNewbie » Fri Apr 20, 2018 8:04 pm

Did anybody follow the stories of the two women in their mid-50s who went missing last year in the Southern Highlands of NSW?

Jillian Fahey, 50 years - https://www.goulburnpost.com.au/story/4 ... ys-grieve/

went missing in a very high and isolated farmland area of Crookwell on a Sunday. She'd been to church that morning and spoke with people there. She returned home and went out for a long walk, which she did regularly around her large property. She lived alone, I think. Unfortunately, they found her body in a disused water tank on a neighbour's property weeks later. No suspicious circumstances or foul play.
Why would a women go to Easter Sunday Mass and go back to her isolated house where she lived alone, then go out to a paddock and commit suicide in a disused water tank where nobody would find her remains?
It doesn't make any sense.
My guess is that a yowie used the tank as a weather protection shield in the freezing cold high plateau where the farm is located. It might have grabbed the woman and taken her back to the tank where she most likely died of shock, hypothermia or a heart attack. Then the yowie abandoned the tank.

Two months later another woman in her 50s disappeared from Mittagong, only a short distance from Crookwell.
Kathleen Lidden, 52 years - https://www.smh.com.au/national/nsw/ske ... 096dz.html

She was last seen wearing active wear and a small daypack. Looks like she was planning a bushwalk to me. She didn't take any personal belongings with her.
Her body was found six months later in a very isolated area of bush north of Lake Alexandra just two minutes out of central Mittagong. The bush area is linked to dense National Parks.

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Re: 2017 - 2 Women in 50s Missing & Found Dead in Southern Highlands NSW

Unread post by Ketchikan » Sun Apr 22, 2018 5:37 pm

Nor are the two towns far from the Belanglo State Forest, where that backpacker killer committed his crimes 20-30 years ago.

He's locked up, but other members of his family are still around.

#justsaying

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Re: 2017 - 2 Women in 50s Missing & Found Dead in Southern Highlands NSW

Unread post by Black » Sun Apr 22, 2018 6:52 pm

They always say no suspicious circumstances initially with this sort of finding. There's still plenty of room for it to be the husband, a serial killer on the loose, or snake bite...

Just sayin

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