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Qld ALLISON BERNARD: Missing from Archer River QLD - 10 Feb 2013 - Age 23

Discussion in 'Australia: Missing & Unidentified' started by Scorpio, Mar 27, 2018.

  1. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member



    Allison Bernard was 23-years-old when she disappeared. Originally from Kowanyama, she was last seen on 10 February 2013 and police hold serious concerns for her safety.

    It is believed Allison was making her way back to Kowanyama from Archer River but did not return as expected.An extensive land and aerial search which commenced on 14 February has failed to locate Allison.

    If you have information that may assist police to locate Allison please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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  2. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member


    Witch doctor helps in search for woman in far north Queensland

    THE search for a woman missing for four weeks in far north Queensland's outback has taken a twist after a witch doctor had visions of the 23-year-old on sacred Aboriginal land.
    A traditional owner, nicknamed Dundee, has been called in to search on horseback to find Allison Bernard who mysteriously disappeared on February 10.

    A mammoth land and air search, trackers, SES, police and divers failed to find a trace of the Kowanyama woman, with crews covering hundreds of square kilometres.

    The woman had travelled to Coen and met a man at a bar before travelling to his home near the Archer River, about an hour's drive away, about 10pm on the Sunday. It is understood the man was the last person to see her alive and told police she left while it was still dark.

    The witch doctor told the family about visions of seeing Ms Bernard on sacred land, including inside a cave.

    Her uncle, Teddy Bernard, said that although the family was informed the official search had been scaled back, they still had hope that search teams, including the traditional landowner, could find her.

    Temperatures have reached as high as 35C, with the witch doctor's vision suggesting Ms Bernard may have sought shelter. "He was having dreams and could see her somewhere - it was a cave they saw her in," said Mr Bernard, a local councillor in Kowanyama.

    "They are called witch doctors. They are traditional doctors for us. "The only problem is it's the monsoon season, the last I heard they couldn't get where he wanted because the water was up."

    Dundee said it was his duty to search the country as he was the traditional owner. He said he was hopeful of beginning the search on horseback as soon as possible and believed the vision related to an area about 80km from Coen.

    Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000
  3. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member


    Investigations into the disappearance of Allison Bernard, Archer River continues

    The investigation into the disappearance of 23-year-old Kowanyama woman Allison Bernard, missing since February 10, continues with detectives renewing their appeal for public assistance.

    Ms. Bernard was last seen at Archer River on February 10 when it is believed she planned on travelling from Archer River to Kowanyama, although her travel movements have not been able to be confirmed.

    Police coordinated an extensive land and air search which encompassed 800 square kilometres of bushland, in addition to roads and tracks leading away from the search area.

    Police, SES, defence service personnel and locals, using helicopters, fixed wing aircraft, vehicles and quad bikes, failed to locate Ms. Bernard. Officers from the Police Dive Squad also searched several local dams.

    Police continue to appeal to anyone who may have seen Ms Bernard from February 10 onwards, to contact them.

    Police hold fears for the safety and well being of Ms Bernard as she is not from Archer River and would have limited knowledge of the local area.

    Ms. Bernard is an Aboriginal woman, approximately 155cm tall, with a slim build and brown hair.

    Police have released a photograph of Ms Bernard with the consent of family.

    Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.

    Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation working in partnership with the Queensland Police Service.
  4. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member


    There are currently nine long-term missing people believed to be in the Far North. The cases of two women, Katie O’Shea and Allison Bernard, are believed to be suspicious.

    Ms O’Shea, 44, was last seen leaving the Atherton Hotel bottleshop with two unidentified men on December 29, 2005, while Ms Bernard, 23, vanished at Archer River in Cape York in 2013.
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