Crime Investigation Australia – 13 September 2020 – 13/9/2020 – Sunday – Seven – 7

The Greenough Family Massacre

In 1993, Karen MacKenzie and her three children were violently murdered at their isolated home. It will forever be known as one of the most horrific murders in Australian criminal history.

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1 Response

  1. Julia Loaney says:

    I watched the Greenough Family Massacre program last night, Sunday 13th September 2020, chilling and so brutal. I have a query? At the beginning, when the couple arrived at the home and found the son’s body outside and the man called out and knocked on the door, there was a very loud, almost savage barking of a dog, yet never at the crime scene post murder, was there any mention of, or sight of the dog? It had the bark of a large dog and therefore I wonder how it was not alerted to the savagery that was occurring throughout the house? Surely a dog, out there on that isolated residence, would have been for protection? Mmmmmm very confusing?

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