IN the early noughties you would be hard to find someone who didn't know the name Peter Falconio and his murder in the Aussie outback.
Nearly 20 years on and Channel 4 are looking at the unanswered questions surrounding his death in new documentary Murder in the Outback: The Falconio and Lees Mystery.
How many episodes of Murder in the Outback: The Falconio and Lees Mystery are there?
The documentary is in four parts.
The first episode aired on Sunday June 7, 2020.
Since then they have been screened nightly on Channel 4.
The final episode airs TOMORROW (June 10, 2020).
What time is Murder in the Outback: The Falconio and Lees Mystery on tonight?
The next episode is on TONIGHT (June 9, 2020) on Channel 4.
This is the third instalment and is on at 9.15pm.
After each episode has aired they are then available on All4.
What is Murder in the Outback: The Falconio and Lees Mystery about?
In one of the most detailed re-investigations of the Falconio case ever mounted, Murder in the Outback: The Falconio and Lees Mystery documentary, explores the details and the questions that surround this infamous case.
On July 14, 2001, 27-year-old English backpacker Joanne Lees flagged down a truck on a lonely stretch of the Stuart Highway in central Australia.
She had a horror story to tell. According to Lees, in the dead of night, she and her boyfriend Peter Falconio had been attacked on the highway.
She claimed Falconio had been shot and she had been bound before escaping into desert scrub.
Tapping into long held fears about the Australian outback, the story created a firestorm of tabloid headlines in the UK and Australia.
International tourists stayed away from the Northern Territory as a massive police manhunt went nowhere for 16 months.
That is until a tip-off led to a small-time drug runner, Bradley John Murdoch, being arrested – Murdoch flatly denied it all, but the jury disagreed and found him guilty of murder, sentencing him to life in prison.
For some experts and onlookers, the guilty verdict in Murdoch’s murder trial has always felt clouded with doubt.
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