In February 1971, nearly 30 years before Ivan Milat was convicted and sentenced to life in prison, a young woman was murdered on the outskirts of Canberra, Australia. Now, Tim Warson-Munro and Xanthe Mallett re-examine the evidence.
Forensic anthropologist and criminologist Dr. Xanthé Mallett and criminal psychologist Tim Watson-Munro have re-opened cold murder cases across New South Wales in Australia to piece together clues that may link the murders to serial killer Ivan Milat.
Dr. Xanthé Mallett and Tim Watson-Munro go to the scene of Ivan Milat's known killing fields—the Belanglo State forest. For years, Milat roamed the highways and backroads of New South Wales, picking up unsuspecting young travelers.