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Vic MARGARET & SEANA TAPP: Mother & daughter murdered in Ferntree Gully - Aug. 1984

Discussion in 'Australia: Cold Cases' started by Paul BG, Jan 9, 2019.

  1. Paul BG

    Paul BG New Member

    the cold case murders of Margaret and Seana Tapp in Melbourne in 1984?

    The temporal perspective really hits you. For those of us who grew up in Melbourne's outer east, it still feels like yesterday... but then you remember that when Margaret and Seana were killed, there was still a "Sun" paper in the morning and a "Herald" in the afternoon. There wouldn't be a merged "Herald Sun" for over six years.

    I think Seana was the intended victim. The attack on her was so much more brutal and sexual.

    People could - and should - do more so that the vicious sexual assault and murder of Seana Tapp is as well known to Australians as the vicious sexual assault and murder of Sheree Beasley.

    I've never figured out why Sheree stuck in people's memories and Seana did not. Part of me wants to say it's because Seana didn't have an image of her little pink bike with the Coca Cola bottle still in the bike's basket plastered all over the media.
     
  2. Paul BG

    Paul BG New Member

    On the 6th of March, Seana would be turning 44 if a monster hadn't killed her when she was 9.

    How did Melbourne let her and her Mum slip through the cracks?
     
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