BLACK HANDS - A family mass murder

BLACK HANDS - A family mass murder by Stuff


This is the story of a mass-murder that divided a nation - a story that began in a rickety old home on a cold June morning in 1994, where five members of a seemingly ordinary New Zealand family were gunned down. There were two suspects. One lay dead from a single bullet to the head. The other was the only survivor: David Bain. Since then the country has asked: who killed the Bain family? David or his father Robin? In this podcast, Martin van Beynen explores the case from start to finish, picking through evidence, the mysteries and motives, and interviewing never-before-spoken-to witnesses. He seeks to finally answer the question: Who was the killer?

Categories: News & Politics

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Previous episodes

  • 16 - Introducing: Once a Panther 
    Mon, 21 Jun 2021
  • 12 - 11. The journalist and the judge 
    Sun, 17 Sep 2017 - 0h
  • 11 - 1. House of horrors 
    Sun, 23 Jul 2017 - 0h
  • 10 - 2. Mrs Bain, the Diary and the Devil 
    Sun, 23 Jul 2017 - 0h
  • 9 - 3. A family's final days 
    Sun, 23 Jul 2017 - 0h
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