The true story of the cruel murder of Karlie Pearce-Stevenson and daughter Khandalyce and how the cops solved the crime. The tragically gripping true story of the murder of young Northern Territory mother Karlie Pearce-Stevenson and her two-year-old daughter Khandalyce, by Daniel Holdom, a man with a dark past, and the police investigation into the crime. The story spans four states, and involves fraud and identity theft. Forensics were vital to cracking the case, while the accused's past is a book in itself. Karlie was found in the Belanglo State Forest, and was at first thought to be Ivan Milat's eighth victim. This terrible story is gripping in its complexity and has all the hallmarks of a classic Australian horror story - poverty, the outback, vulnerable victims, a vicious perpetrator, plus the added bizarreness of identity theft.
Identity theft -- Australia.
Murder -- Australia -- New South Wales.
Murder -- Australia -- South Australia.
Murder -- Investigation -- Australia -- New South Wales.
Murder -- Investigation -- Australia -- South Australia.