ANU student Rachelle Crampton has spoken of her “utter terror” at the killing of her children, and has described herself as “still not sure” how the deaths of her grandchildren, three-year-old daughter and three-month-old son occurred.
“I was absolutely devastated.
I was so devastated,” Ms Cramton told the ABC’s AM program on Tuesday night.
“We’re very close to having a baby, but I’m still not quite certain how they were killed.”
Ms Crompton said she was “horrified” by the “unthinkable” deaths of the children.
“It’s just so terrifying and I just think it’s the most horrible thing you can imagine.” “
Ms Mollie Cramptons children’s gravesite at the Bayswater Estate near Baysport, Victoria. “
It’s just so terrifying and I just think it’s the most horrible thing you can imagine.”
Ms Mollie Cramptons children’s gravesite at the Bayswater Estate near Baysport, Victoria.
Photo: ABC Rachelle Mollies children’s grave at the cemetery in Baysworth, Victoria, where Rachelle and Matthew Mollys parents are buried.
“He was very brave, so he was trying to get the children out of there, and I didn’t see what he was doing,” Ms Mellies granddaughter Rachelle told AM.
“So I’m not sure how he could do that.”
The first thing I think of is, ‘what is he thinking?
Is he trying to kill the children?’
“”It was just unbelievable, just incredible.
“Ms Rieffs children’s final resting place at Bayswaters estate, Victoria The Mollises were last seen on November 12, 2017.
The next day, police found Rachelle’s body in the garden of the Balsam Point estate near Balsams, near Bairns.
She had been decapitated with her hands tied behind her back and a kitchen knife was found at her feet.
A man who was identified as a “person of interest” was arrested on November 19 and charged with Ms Molls murder.
What was their fate?” she said. “
What was the outcome of that?
What was their fate?” she said.
“They were not buried in a normal way, so it was just a very tragic situation.”
Rachelle is a PhD candidate at the University of New South Wales, and said her research focused on “what is happening to people in urban settings”.
Ms Cramsons daughter, Matthew, who was aged three at the time of the incident, said the murder was “unavoidable”.
“The whole time, he was crying,” he said.
“[He said] ‘I don’t want to die, I just want to be here’.”
Ms Hickey said she had to bury her daughter in the backyard of their home when she returned to the property in the early hours of November 15, 2017, after attending a “family reunion” with her grandmother and aunt. “
That was just horrible.”
Ms Hickey said she had to bury her daughter in the backyard of their home when she returned to the property in the early hours of November 15, 2017, after attending a “family reunion” with her grandmother and aunt.
“The first things I did was I put her in a box,” Ms Hicks said.
“It’s not like she was there to get married or anything, but we were just trying to keep her safe.”
Rachelles grandmother was able to retrieve the box from the backyard and found Rachelles body in it.
“She said ‘you’ve got to take her home’, and I said ‘oh, no, I don’t’.” “I went into the backyard, and that’s when I saw Rachelle was gone.”
Rachellee’s body was found in the same backyard as her grandmother’s.
Photo, ABC Rachelles grave was removed from her home after it was discovered her body was in a coffin.
Rachelles father, John, said he found his daughter’s body at about 4:00am on November 15.
“When I got there, she was gone,” he told the media.
“My wife and I had been walking around looking for her for hours, and we just didn’t hear anything.”
Ms Dries, who is a research scientist in the Battersea Nature Reserve, said her daughter was buried at a location on the property where she had a “naturalistic” relationship with the property owner.
“In that area, the house, it was a very naturalistic place, and the owner, [Robert] Loughlin, was the property’s manager,” she said in a statement.
“To this day, I’m absolutely mystified by the circumstances of what happened. “Even