Across a seven-week period in 1993, 21-year old Paul Charles Denyer murdered three women in Melbourne’s Frankston.
They were Elizabeth Stevens, 18, Deborah Fream, 22, and Natalie Russell, 17.
Denyer, aka the ‘Frankston Serial Killer’, is currently serving three life sentences for the murders but will be eligible for parole this time next year. Despite murdering three women, he could be allowed to return to the community he once terrorised.
He’s also the subject of Revealed: No Mercy, No Remorse, a documentary which has just been released on Stan.
Clairsy & Lisa spoke to The Age’s veteran crime reporter John Silvester.
“In 1993, I was living in Melbourne and working in a newsroom myself,” Lisa told Silvester. “So, I remember not only yourself, but I remember how frightening the ‘Frankston Murders’ case was.”
Silvester replied by saying that she would then know how the case gripped Melbourne…
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‘Revealed: No Mercy, No Remorse’ is currently streaming on Stan