The Beaumont Children: New Leads, New Frustrations

Please welcome guest blogger Stephen Richey who will give us insight in the latest developments in the case of the missing Beaumont Children. ____________________ In an early blog post, Alice mentioned that ground penetrating radar (GPR) was used to locate an “anomaly” at a site where a tip suggested the children were buried. Some latched on to […]

New excavation: the Beaumont Children

Update: authorities only found animal bones, no signs of human remains. The Australian papers just printed exciting news in the case of the three missing Beaumont Children. “Police have confirmed a new dig site in the search for the bodies of the missing Beaumont children.” Jane Nartare (9), Arnna Kathleen (7), and Grant Ellis (4), known […]

Possible link to Beaumont Children

This arrest may or may not lead to a better understanding of the missing Beaumont Children‘s case. Several newspapers note the arrest of a 71-year-old man. From 7News: “The 71-year-old was arrested yesterday and charged with a range of crimes against several victims dating back to 1962. Among the charges, three counts of buggery, two of […]

Gone for 50 years: the Beaumont Children

Gone for 50 years: the Beaumont Children Jane Nartare (9), Arnna Kathleen (7), and Grant Ellis (4) disappeared from Glenelg Beach, near Adelaide, South Australia, on January 26, 1966. This is one of Australia’s best known cold cases. On January 26, 1966, around 10am, the three children took the bus from their home to the beach. […]

Sum it Up! #51

Sum it Up! #51 is filled with news about Australian cases. From the Age: “the South Australian government is offering rewards of $1 million in each case of 18 children presumed to have been murdered, including the Beaumont siblings who disappeared in 1966. The 13 cases involve 18 children who disappeared or were found murdered between […]

Recap #CrimeChat Jan 27, 2014

Recap #CrimeChat Jan 27, 2014 that was dedicated to the three Beaumont Children who disappeared on January 26, 1966. Jane, Grant, and Arnna Beaumont were the children of Jim & Nancy. I wrote a case analyses and that post is one of the most popular on my blog. It is called “In search of Jane, […]

New developments about the Beaumont Children

New developments in the cold case of the missing Beaumont Children. There is a new book out entitled “The Satin Man.” This book, written by Alan Whiticker explores the possibility that the Beaumont Children were at one point near a man with an alleged sinister background. One of the sons of South Australian captain of industry Harry […]