'Tasmania's Beaumaris Beach Mystery' reveals previously unrecorded details of these cases and potentially explosive revelations about the two young tourists' fates in an attempt to answer: What happened to Nancy and Victoria?
Author: Melanie Calvert
Publisher: Melanie Calvert
Category: True Crime
The mystery of what happened to 26-year-old German tourist Nancy Grunwaldt and 20-year-old Italian tourist Victoria Cafasso remains unsolved two decades later. Nancy disappeared without trace and Victoria was found brutally murdered, stabbed over forty times, on Beaumaris' lonely but beautiful beach. 'Tasmania's Beaumaris Beach Mystery' reveals previously unrecorded details of these cases and potentially explosive revelations about the two young tourists' fates in an attempt to answer: What happened to Nancy and Victoria?
Thylacinus. cynocephalus. T. he Thylacine is one of the world's most celebrated mystery animals. Does it still exist in remote and little visited parts of Tasmania, or
did the last individual die – as the academic record states – on September 7th
1936, in an enclosure at the Beaumaris Zoo, Hobart? ... The likelihood is that at
some time during the 1940s, 1950s or 1960s the very last Tasmanian Thylacine
died alone on a beach, in a forest, or on a mountainside. Since 1936, many
Author: Errol Fuller
Publisher: A&C Black
A photograph of an animal long-gone evokes a feeling of loss more than a painting ever can. Often tinted sepia or black-and-white, these images were mainly taken in zoos or wildlife parks, and in a handful of cases featured the last known individual of the species. There are some familiar examples, such as Martha, the last Passenger Pigeon, or the Ivory-billed Woodpecker, recently fledged and perching happily on the hat of one of the biologists that had just ringed it. But for every Martha there are a number of less familiar extinct birds and mammals that were caught on camera prior to their demise. The photographic record of extinction is the focus of this remarkable book, written by the world's leading authority on vanished animals, Errol Fuller. Lost Animals features photographs dating from around 1870 to as recently as 2004, the year that saw the demise of the Hawaiian Po'ouli. From a mother Thylacine and her pups to now-extinct birds such as the Heath Hen and Carolina Parakeet, Fuller tells the tale of each animal, why it became extinct, and discusses the circumstances surrounding the photography itself, in a book rich with unique images. The photographs themselves are poignant and compelling. They provide a tangible link to animals that have now vanished forever, in a book that brings the past to life while delivering a warning for the future.
... COUNTRY AREAS : MYER All Stores BONAPARTE ' S MIWEAR Beaumaris &
Armadale CAVALIER Camberwell CHARLES LUX South ... I was asked this
recently on television and had to reply in the ver - nacular so beloved by the
majority of that mysterious race , the Vox Populi . ... Broadbeach TASMANIA
ROUTLEY ' S Launceston & Hobart WESTERN AUSTRALIA PERTH : CITY
PARKER & CO .