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Child’s diary holds new evidence about missing Beaumont children

A diary kept by two young boys could reveal new evidence surrounding the disappearance of the Beaumont children in 1966.

The Age says that the three Beaumont children disappeared on Australia Day from Glenelg beach and the case has never been solved.

Tammy Mills, crime reporter for The Age, tells Ross and John that the “salvage and exploration club” diary puts convicted pedophile Anthony Alan Munro and his friend Allan “Max” McIntyre on the Adelaide beach in the days surrounding the disappearance.

 

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Arnna, Grant, and Jane Beaumont disappeared on January 26, 1966 – The Age

 

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