Today Melissa's photo and story again featured on the pages of The Newcastle Herald, linked by a tragic affinity to an ongoing toll of violent murders of women. This is because I agreed hurriedly to make a few comments on the issue of the long list of murders in the Hunter region. Our family has … Continue reading Tragic affinity with Hunter murder toll
A spontaneous search for a hidden dam, driven by a quarter century desire to see the dark veil removed over Melissa Hunt's death, has led to a remarkable spotlight on our sister's life and tragic death. NBN News, The Newcastle Herald, ABC and tonight The Project. If you know anything, now is the time. https://twitter.com/theprojecttv/status/1147797449253294080
Tonight The Project on Channel 10 will feature Melissa's story, bringing our call for justice to a national audience. Our only goal as this journey of media attention has unfolded has been to bring Melissa's story to as many people as possible, to challenge police to move ahead and for people to come forward and … Continue reading Melissa Hunt’s story reaches a national audience
Today on the front page of The Newcastle Herald I called for the reopening of the inquest into the violent 1994 murder of my sister, Melissa Hunt (Hallett). Our call for the inquest to re-open or for charges to be laid. How long is long enough? Inquests are suspended or closed when the Coroner believes … Continue reading Call to reopen inquest into murder of Melissa Hunt
Miraculous momentum in finding justice for Melissa.
Our memorial to Melissa Hunt (Hallett) placed at Burrenjim Dam on Anazac Day, 2019. Photo: Josiah Hallett. When we decided to visit Burrenjim Dam on Anzac Day, 2019 - 25 years to the day since Melissa Hunt's body was found there - I asked my son Josiah Hallett to bring his camera gear. 'Let's see … Continue reading Video leads to unsolved murder interest