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Searching for the Beaumont Children On Wednesday, 26 January 1966 Australia Day The Three Beaumont Children Left Their Home In The Adelaide Suburb Of Somerton Park For A Morning At The Beach By The End Of The Day, The Worst Fears Of Every Australian Parent Were Realised When Jane, Aged 9, Her Sister Arnna, 7, And Their Four Year Old Brother, Grant, Did Not Return Home The Beaumont Children Case Remains Australia S Most Famous Unsolved Mystery The Unknown Fate Of The Three Siblings Has Become An Integral Part Of Australia S Urban Mythology More Than Any Other Crime, The Disappearance Of The Beaumont Children Has Become One Of The Defining Events In The History Of This Country.


10 thoughts on “Searching for the Beaumont Children

  1. says:

    Very well written and must have provided a huge challange to the writer since its a story without an end.This book looks at other similar cases of the time that may or may not be related One story of which I have a...


  2. says:

    Jane Nartare Beaumont aged 9 , Arnna Kathleen Beaumont aged 7 , and Grant Ellis Beaumont aged 4 were three siblings who disappeared without a trace from a beach near Adelaide, South Australia in 1966 Known collectively as The Beaumont Children, their case resulted in the largest police investigation in Australian criminal history, and remains unsolved....


  3. says:

    For those of us who come from South Australia the missing Beaumont Children is deeply entrenched in the fabric of our society As it was the moment that innocence and trust was lost In 1966 as children you could catch the bus down the beach, buy some ice creams and be on the bus home with Mum waiting for you at the stop That is what was meant to have been the day the three Beaumont children were having Yet some how, somewhere the children disappeared and what has followed is the biggest whodu For those of us who come from South Australia the missing Beaumont Children is deeply entrenched in the fabric of our society As it was the moment that innocence and trust was lost In 1966 as children you could catch the bus down the beach, buy some ice creams and be on the bus home with Mum waiting for you at the stop That is what was meant to have been...


  4. says:

    I really loved this book This is one of my favorite unsolved mysteries It is an easy and quick ready though I didn t read it quickly , lots of info and flows well There were a couple chapters I skipped over, one about just the city at that time, and the other about a psychic which neither interested me, but it is still good it is in the book as I can see how someone might enjoy those chapters There are also a couple other cases brought up that could have a connection and I enjoyed those cha I really loved this book This is one of my favorite unsolved mysteries It is an easy and quick ready though I didn t...


  5. says:

    Pretty badly written, It talks about a lot of stuff that s nothing to do with the title of the book Just a rehash of numerous books and television programmes we have seen over the years about the Beaumont children Not worth reading.


  6. says:

    I think it s a fascinating case and it s amazing that to this day it remains unsolved The book was really interesting and went into a lot of depth and I look forward to any new information that might turn up regarding the Beaumont case.


  7. says:

    creepy and weoerd, we never lnow whay really happened like Picnic at Hanging Rock He tied in lots of other disappearances, murders, and kidnappings that may or may not be connected.


  8. says:

    Worst written book I ve ever read If you want a history lesson then This is the book for you Very minimal discussion on the Beaumont Children.


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