This weekend Sunday Night has just one story.
The Wanda Beach Murders are, to this day, one of Australia’s most infamous unsolved crimes.
They happened on a popular Sydney beach way back in 1965.
Two teenage girls, Marianne Schmidt and Christine Sharrock, sexually assaulted, murdered and partially buried in the sand dunes.
For a shocked nation, it was a loss of innocence.
Who could commit such a crime?
It’s a question that’s tortured investigators – and the victims’ families – for more than 50 years.
Now, in a major investigation, Sunday Night will expose the killer.
Reporter Michael Usher reveals Wanda was just the beginning.
Police had the prime suspect, and the courts let him go.
Let him go to become one of the most heinous serial killers in modern history.
Incredibly, two women escaped almost certain death at the hands of this depraved killer and they help solve one of Australia’s greatest murder mysteries.
Sunday at 8.30pm on Seven.