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Resolved The 30-year mystery of a missing Central Coast woman Ursula Barwick solved

Discussion in 'Australia: Located/Resolved' started by LuluBelle, Dec 24, 2018.

  1. LuluBelle

    LuluBelle New Member

    In 1987 Ursula went missing after she boarded a train from Tuggerah Station to Sydney.
    She was recently identified. The 17 year old passed away in a car crash, and was buried under an alias she had adopted when she moved to the Central Coast.
    I know it's not always "closure" for the remaining family members, but I'm grateful they have answers what happened to their loved one, and now know where she is.


    "For more than 30 years Ursula Barwick’s family thought she had disappeared when in fact the 17-year-old had been killed in a car crash, but the fatality was recorded under a different name."

    http://www.theherald.com.au/story/5...-missing-central-coast-woman-has-been-solved/
     
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  2. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    That is fascinating. I can't believe they buried her based on what her current friends said about her? Things were so much different 30 years ago, now you have to have a next of kin to identify! But I think we did back then here in the USA?
     
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