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"sergeant errol" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"sergeant errol" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

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Crime never takes a day off and now they're just park asked follow follow today and true crime for free on spotify and anywhere else you listen to podcasts now back to the story mic nora and ellen murphy were brutally murdered on the night of december twenty sixth eighteen ninety eight from the very beginning of the investigation when police were communicating poorly and making many mistakes these mistakes continued when police sergeant errol called a doctor to the town of gettin australia korea to perform the autopsies in the early afternoon. Dr von las berg arrived in the small town by train on because gotten was too small mall to have its own doctor von loss berg came from the nearby city of ipswich took him some time to find the bodies of the victims they had been move move to a room in the brian baru hotel where the autopsies were finally performed around three pm. Dr von las burg's first examinations were performed hurriedly and superficially. He failed to detect anything that was not obvious from sergeant arizona observations. If found that ellinora had been been struck on the sides of their heads there were scratches on their lower bodies and they had been bound tightly by the wrists before the murders he also determined that they had both been sexually assaulted. The doctor did not examine any of the internal organs of the victims. Though the existence of many deep scratches on norris norris thighs suggested she had been violated by multiple attackers von loss berg did not include that in his official report mix was the third body to be investigated. He had sustained head wounds similar to those of his sisters in addition. His genitals were swollen and there was semen found found on the inside of his trousers. It was not clear what may have caused the presence of bodily fluids and thus the doctor ruled the emission had occurred post mortem mortem. However mixed pants were unbuttoned when he was found and his shirt was tucked into them yet. There was no fluid on the lower part of his shirt. It's it's thus likely mic was also sexually assaulted in his shirt tucked in afterward. This possibility was ignored by the doctor and the bodies were given the okay to be varied william mcneill the murphys brother-in-law organized and paid for the funerals likely as a gesture of compassion to the family. Mr murphy was apparently still too distraught to make any arrangements himself. The next day december twenty eighth the service was held. The entire town was shuttered. Ah flags were flown at half-mast people flocked in from the surrounding areas to attend the funeral all in all they were around a thousand people there twice vice the population of gayton. A small community had ground to a halt the murderers were all anyone could talk about after the funeral. The investigation negation proceeded slowly inspector record arrived during the service too late to examine the bodies for himself. After a week of limited police progress a reward award was publicly offered for information leading to the capture of the killers. The amount was staggering one thousand pounds worth around one hundred sixty sixty thousand dollars today a pardon was also offered to anyone who assisted in the crime or had knowledge of it beforehand as long as they were not the murderer themselves. Unfortunately early on investigators did not receive any useful tips. They were left to wonder amongst themselves about certain aspects of the case like the cause of mcmurphy steph doctor von loss bergh originally declared that he had been killed by blunt force trauma likely from the bloody branch aero found at the scene later. He claimed to have suspicions that mic was shot. It was established that there was definitely a gun at the scene as it was was used to shoot the horse because the confusion could not be cleared up. Inspector urquhart made the extraordinary decision to exhume the bodies and perform a second a second autopsy. The murphys were originally fervently opposed on religious grounds one. Thanks to the intervention of the local priest they eventually assented wanted to avoid public outcry. The operation was carried out in secret at three o'clock in the morning on january fourth just a week after the burial so this is unholy. If you had been thorough during the first examination we wouldn't be in this situation relation. How dare you you try examining a woman without mrs murphy wailing in your ear. It wasn't possible. That's enough complaining. We haven't even gotten the hard part yet. Was mrs murphy really wailing well no but she was certainly sobbing and interrupting me as often as possible. It's as if she paid no heed to the investigation at all as a matter of fact the murphy family has been entirely uncooperative as of late they flat out refused to lend any officers. Is there horses. We had to hire them from the other townsfolk. Every family grieves in its own way. Perhaps the second autopsy performed by a dr ray with dr von loss berg assisting came to very different conclusions than the first dr ray believed unlike von las berg that the victims had been laying down rather than sitting up when they were struck. He also believed a left handed man had dealt the blows on the most most significant finding was a bullet in the skull of mic murphy. Apparently he was struck in the head. After the bullet was fired obscuring during the entry point of the bullet which vaughan loss burke had missed while investigators took in the new information. The murders continued continued to be the number one topic of conversation around town. No actual witnesses to the crime came forward but several people reported hearing gunshots when shots that night one woman who lived on the property adjoining morons pasture swore she heard a woman's voice screaming something that sounded like the word father you're vicious. Rumors were concocted based on the story. One of the most defamatory was that the murphy daughters had incestuous relationships with men in in the family but there was no evidence for the claim besides them mysterious yelling one or the other popular theories was that william mcneill was responsible support for the killings. He had a clear history of disagreement with all three of the siblings giving him a motive. Even some in the murphy family suspected him mm one investigator police sergeant to me claimed patrick and danny murphy both told him they considered william a possible culprit but neither of them were at the house on boxing night. Patrick was riding back to the agricultural college and danny was in brisbane where he was a constable. The murphy's who lived at home were the ones who furnished william with an alibi a most of the murphy saw william at nine p._m. The night of the murders as he headed to bed but but mrs murphy's stayed up late tending to granddaughter she went into poly in williams room and turned off a lamp around eleven pm. According to her william was in bed with polly's sleeping soundly at the time of all the murphys. It seems least likely that she would be the one to lie to the police she she didn't get along with william mcneill just like the rest of the family with mrs murphy's testimony. Williams seemed to have an ironclad alibi but still for patent. Danny need to have suspected william then. They must have felt it was possible. Their mother was lying to protect him if she was lying than it would have been possible for william to sneak sneak out of his window. While everyone else is asleep that night then he could have conceivably written to the more in pasture and caught the siblings on their way back from gadsden but if william mcneill was not the killer it was hard to find someone else with motive mic. Nora and ellen had all been respected within the community..

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"sergeant errol" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

11:09 min | 1 year ago

"sergeant errol" Discussed on Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories

"Dead outside the town of gatt australia all three had their hands bound and were beaten viciously prior to their deaths. There were signs that they had been sexually assaulted. Two bodies were discovered every by their brother in law william mcneill. He went out searching for the siblings when they did not arrive home from a dance the previous night after leading police sergeant in arizona the crime scene william went to break the news to his inlaws. It was a particularly unpleasant task as he had a rocky relationship with the elder murphy's they were strictly irish catholic and disapproved of his protestant faith when their eldest daughter polly had married william two years was prior. They disowned her and had only recently accepted her back into the family. Along with william nevertheless william rushed from the scene of the murder backed act the murphy family farm about a forty five minute ride. He arrive close to eleven in the morning. Oh there you are mcneil. Do you want any eggs there a little cold but they're good. No thank you mrs murphy. Did you find the children. I swear when they get here. They're in for the whooping of a lifetime. We'll yes. Yes i found them. What's the matter you look awful mic nora ellen. They're they're all dead. It looks like there was an accident or something. I found them in mourns pasture. I got all three of them. Mom what's going on. Oh fail. It's horrible my mcneil. The dead pill such a mess. You never saw all your life upon hearing the news. One of the elder murphy sons bill road wrote out to a distant patch of farmland to find his father. After mr murphy was told his children were dead. It took the old man almost a half an hour to recover over when he was finally able to mount his horse. Yes bill if his children had been shot. The only other thing he said on the long ride back home was that he was glad they had all gone to mass on christmas. Day is bill in his father returned home. William took mrs murphy in the family buggy to the marin pasture. The bodies were found to speak to the police. However sergeant arrow was no longer at the crime scene. He started investigating the crime scene at ten a._m. But left after only thirty minutes apparently in his rush to leave the station he had forgotten his notebook. He needed to head back to get in to retrieve shreve the notebook and also to report the murders to his superiors. Before he left he asked to of the townsfolk who had accompanied him to the pasture a blacksmith smith named wilson and a man named of it to make sure nobody got near the bodies then he galloped off towards town back in gadston sergeant errol picked picked up his notebook and went to the telegraph office there he meant to send a report to the police commissioner and request the help of an indigenous australian tracker. You're one of a group of professionals who were often employed by european colonists to navigate the bush and fine missing persons however for all his haste i sergeant errol's messages were held up at the telegraph office. At the time low priority telegraphs could be delayed by the station master's if if they felt other messages were more important or if other messages were first in line in order to cut through the wait times a person could have their telegraphs smart urgent ensuring that messages about important matters could be relaid from station to station as quickly as possible however urgent telegrams. M.'s cost double the standard rate errol requested that his report be sent an urgent rate however the stationmaster and gavin insisted that errol pay the extra costs on naturally. The stationmaster was incorrect. Police were authorized by law to mark telegrams as urgent for free. An arrow insisted that was the case the two argued back and forth for some time and inexplicably errol allowed himself to be cowed by the stationmaster russian master of course rather than pay the fee out of pocket herald decided to send the telegram at an ordinary rate sergent era waited at the office for half an hour but received no reply he hurried back to the crime scene unsurprisingly by the time he got there at approximately a quarter your past noon this scene had all been obliterated news of the murders had spread like wildfire through the town and the massive crowd had gathered around the bodies wilson endeavour had done their best to hold the people back but the onlookers paid them no mind. They trampled the area surrounding the bodies. He's making sure that any tracks that may have been left behind by the killer. Were thoroughly erased. Even when aero returned the crowd refused to listen to the reason they stepped back at his orders but would rian coach on the scene. The second he turned away upon his second inspection era found clues he had missed before four there were traces of semen nora and ellen's undergarments and a large branch covered in blood was found near the surrounding trees. The branch was so heavy aerial found difficult to lift above his head while era finished his second examination william and mrs murphy arrived at the pasture. I mrs murphy brought sheets to cover her children's bodies. She begged sergeant aerial to remove the partially undressed bodies from public view by now so at least forty people had congregated around the scene and none were willing to stay back a respectful distance errol wanted to wait for a doctor to arrive before he moved the bodies but eventually mrs murphy's tearful requests combined with the crowds insubordination became too much for him in a moment of supreme cream frustration aero finally agreed to move the bodies nora and ellen were placed in the murphy buggy and mic was laid in another cart. The sergeant remained at the scene and turned his attention to tom. The murphys dead horse. He could tell it had been shot in the forehead. The hair of its main was singed by the gunshot in order to figure out what kind of bullet had been used to shoot the horse. Tom was caught into smaller pieces with arrows supervision. Asian laborers carry the segments to the slaughterhouse outside of town. The horse parts were then boiled down at the end of the boiling process. A single thirty eight caliber bullet was found likely fired from a revolver meanwhile the elder murphy's were comforted by their friends at the brian baru hotel while the local undertaker helped transport the bodies but though so members of the community tried to help others started to spread gossip for for instance the son of the undertaker. William miller was carrying coffins past the hotel when he claimed over here daniel murphy talking to the hotel owner in another man about his children. Have you any idea who did the deed. I do jesus. Are you not afraid to say that. I will not say it to anyone else. I don't want anymore. Lives lost over the affair. Are you sure what was that charlie. Miller ran off immediately to tell his father about the conversation according to him. It sounded like daniel murphy had been drinking a little riddle stories like this led to later speculation about possible hidden motives of the killer or killers. There are reasons to believe. Mr and mrs murphy knew something about the deaths of their children even though it was never proven for example. It's odd that mrs murphy didn't ask any questions when when william told her that the children were dead the only thing mr murphy asked was whether or not they had been shot. They were certainly aggrieved by the deaths but they seemed seemed curiously uninterested in catching the killer. The reactions of the murphy siblings also support this idea the last one to learn the murders was danny murphy a constable who lived in brisbane. Danny received a telegram informing him of the deaths. At twelve thirty pm on december twenty seventh it i i thought it was a cruel joke and went to the telegraph office to verify that the message was real. Once it was confirmed. Danny was overcome by grief. He was overheard to say that the murderer must be a member of his own family. According to danny no one else could have done it with his mind still reeling from the news. Danny requested leave to visit his family. His request quest was passed up the ladder but it stalled at the topmost rung inspector urquhart. The head of the criminal investigation branch of the australian police believed the telegram from gaitan was a hoax later erker would blame a sergeant masterson who spoke to him right after the telegram was received sergeant masterson persson apparently believed the telegram was fake for an unspecified reason erker took his word for it in left for a two hour lunch when he returned to the station he was told there had been no updates on the case why he wasn't told about danny. Murphy's request for leave at this point is unclear. Burkart went back home after spending another hour at the station just as he got home around four fifteen pm a constable caught up to them at at this point was finally told danny murphy had confirmed the telegrams validity and was requesting leave. No other superior officer was available to grant him permission. Clearly the department was not what you'd call. A will oiled machine. Inspector urquhart gave his permission but then despite being asked to immediately immediately returned to his office. He stayed home for another couple of hours and had dinner with his family. It wasn't until seven pm that he returned to his office and it was nine pm by the time. He informed the police commissioner of the crime. The original telegram had been sent from getting at eleven o'clock that morning on by now all tracks around the crime scene had been raced experienced. Police officers were heading to the scene of full day late and detailed questioning had yet to be carried out but the bungling of the case had only just begun. We'll delve deeper into the disastrous astra's murder investigation after this..

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