by Peter Butt
|Book Size:||210 x 136 x 15 mm (Height x Width x Depth)|
The bizarre deaths of Dr Gilbert Bogle and Mrs Margaret Chandler have become one of the most mysterious cases in Australian criminal history. With no clues as to how they died, the half-naked bodies of the brilliant physicist and his lover were found beside the Lane Cove River on New Year?s Day, 1963. Adding to the mystery was the strange manner in which their bodies were covered. Thus began the enormous surge of conspiracy theories and public mistrust. Growing up several minutes from the crime scene and obsessed with the case, author Peter Butt gives the most up-to-date, detailed investigation so far. His groundbreaking revelations into the mystery are exclusive to this book and include details such as: why both the original investigation and the Coronial Inquest failed the victims; the suppression of evidence concerning the private worlds of Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler; new revelations regarding the identity of the person who covered the bodies; the mysterious contents of an FBI file on the case and why one of the key players in the story was an ASIO agent.