Horrible Man: Sinister Secrets and Truths Untold: The Portland Hair Salon Murders Paperback – 8 Feb 2012
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22/06 - The chapter where Wallace talks more about her husband and how he drove her from interview to interview was quite amusing. Especially the lines about her attempt to attack her husband/would-be psycho killer and the fact that she was able to defeat him due only to his inability to stop laughing during her attack. To be continued...
23/06 - I was kind of horrified by the number of unsolved murders that occurred during the 90s, so many people killed (no matter what they may have done while they were alive) and their killers are wandering around out there, living their lives, maybe even committing further crimes and continuing to get away scot free. I was also infuriated by the behaviour of the Victoria Police regarding the run-around they gave Wallace when she attempted to talk to officers regarding their experiences whilst investigating the case. I hope that if I ever get murdered (or someone else in my family is) my family is treated better than the Pennys and Acocks families were.