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The horrific murder of BETH BERNARD – This week on UNDER INVESTIGATION WITH LIZ HAYES

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Under Investigation with Liz Hayes, the gripping series that puts a spotlight on unsolved crimes and mysteries from Australia and around the world, continues tonight on Channel 9.

The brutal murder of 23-year-old Elizabeth ‘Beth’ Barnard in 1986 divided the close but secretive community of Victoria’s Phillip Island.

This investigation of the 35-year-old cold case features former top Homicide Detective Gary Jubelin.

Experts re-examine the evidence and unravel what really happened that night.

UNDER INVESTIGATION WITH LIZ HAYES: AIRS MONDAY, SEPT 13, AT 8.40PM ON CHANNEL 9 AND 9NOW

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  1. Dear ui team,
    What a pointless examination of a 34 year old case. The only outcome is more grief for Vivienne’s sons and other family members. And, equally deep scars ripped open for Beth’s family.
    A really ugly slice of vulture, roadkill journalism.

  2. I note you only mentioned Robyn Dixon in the story. Dr Dixon and other professionals in the case were not raised. A really lazy abscence of documentation for all those traumatised by Beth and Vivienne’s deaths, most particularly Vivienne and Fergus’s children, now in their 40’s. Poor, poor trough work.

  3. Watching this tonight I would like to know why foul play wasn’t looked at given two potential murders and why Vivienne is the suspect. The information tonight showed so many holes in the investigation. I don’t think it was Vivienne and feel for her family. But I would be treating it as a double murder.

  4. All I could think the entire time was. How has no one looked at his powerful family getting rid of both women? They murdered them both and it was never Vivienne. Poor woman being blamed for the murder and she was likey murdered too 💔

  5. This was no investigation, if you are going to go to the trouble of bringing up an unsolved murder case gather all the previous facts from the case, mention how evidence keeps going missing, what the coroner report says as all this is evidence that shows a completely different light on what happened that night.
    The show sensing murder hosted by Rebecca Gibney ( the scarlet letter ) definitely has more insight into this murder and why not tell people how this shows particular episode was banned from tv for so so many years and why because it has more evidence that points to someone else committing this horrendous crime in particular a male.

  6. Surely this “investigation” produced more questions than answers.
    The most obvious one is that the state of the vehicle was not mentioned. If Vivienne had killed Beth there would have been a lot blood and some would have been transferred to the seats or floor.
    Did Beth have a past jealous lover perhaps?
    These things were not explored in the program.

  7. Vikki Petraitis highlights very valid points. Vivienne is being blamed but she is not here to defend herself. Many points overlooked in the initial investigation. This was never tried in a court of law with cross examination.

  8. I was so disappointed in this show, not one of the panel even disgust or debated if the Husband could have done it?
    Senario

    He came home with his ear bleeding after killing his Lover, the dutiful wife took him to the Hospital. Once he realised his wife could confirm he killed his lover he decided to kill her and set this whole thing up. Things to consider, no glass at house to collaborate his storey she hit him with glass. Why was she so comforting at Hospital. Why did he send his brothers to check on Lover, maybe he knew she was already dead. This whole murder smells

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