Episode: E145: “Easey Street” Pt. 2 - Suzanne Armstrong and Susan Bartlett


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E145: “Easey Street” Pt. 2 - Suzanne Armstrong and Susan Bartlett

When best friends and housemates, Suzanne Armstrong and Susan Bartlett, were stabbed to death in their home in 1977, the city of Melbourne raced to find the killer. While the police would find some clues, they soon hit a brick wall in their investigation, leaving these heinous murders unsolved to this day.

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