Ivan Milat’s letter to his girlfriend, Chalinder Hughes, from Long Bay Jail. The spelling mistakes are his. THOUGHT ABOUT YOU FOR DAY'SPosted 27-9-94My dearist Chalinda,Hi, my love another week away from you. I find it hard not to think of you most of the time, that isnt a problem I find it give's me some feeling … Continue reading Letter to Chalinder : September 27, 1994
Following Ivan's arrest on May 22, 1994 and after securing the house located at 22 Cinnabar StEagle Vale NSW 2558, Australia, Ivan was taken back inside by two task force detectives while other officers carried out the search of the premises. The following is a list of the evidence found inside the house : Bedroom … Continue reading Evidence : Ivan Milat’s House
Ivan Milat’s letter to his girlfriend, Chalinder Hughes, from Long Bay Jail. The spelling mistakes are his. Ivan spelled her name “Chalinda” and used to call her “Cylinder” because he couldn’t pronounce her name. My dear ChalindaHi how are you. I am OK, as you know I got your letter yesterday don't worry about what them … Continue reading Letter to Chalinder : July 20, 1994
Surveillance photo, 1994. In April 1994, a colleague of Ivan Milat, Don Borthwick, was interviewed by the Task Force Air. He arranged for the officer to conduct the interview at his office, Borthwick and Pengilly Asphalt Pty Ltd in St Clair. Said it was a routine enquiry. Ivan was one of many people they were … Continue reading “They’re watching me. They’re keeping an eye on me.”
Ivan Milat, January 1994. Ivan Milat’s letter to his girlfriend, Chalinder Hughes, from Long Bay Jail. The spelling mistakes are his. Ivan spelled her name "Chalinda" and used to call her "Cylinder" because he couldn't pronounce her name. Saturday 16.7.94Post? 18.7.94My dear Chalinda,Hi I miss you so much today when you arrived it felt like … Continue reading Letter to Chalinder : July 16, 1994
Wally Milat in 1994. Less than a month after Ivan Milat's arrest for the Backpacker Murders, his younger brother, Wally Milat, gave an interview to Who Weekly. The interview was published in the June 13, 1994 edition which was subsequently banned for showing Ivan's face to the world. On growing up Like most of the … Continue reading Wally Milat : My Brother Ivan
On February 24, 1994, Ivan Milat was placed under police surveillance. The above photographs were taken around that time while he was at work.
For two years, up until the trial, Ivan Milat’s face was hidden from the public. The press was forbidden to publish his photo. According to the detectives on the case, it came down on a matter of identification. If Milat was identified publicly it could jeopardize the prosecution.
Ivan Milat thought an early-morning telephone call warning him that armed police were about to raid his home was a prank. In conversations taped by police just minutes before his arrest on May 22, 1994, Ivan Milat told police he thought it "really weird" that they would phone him before approaching the house, and he had thought … Continue reading Ivan Milat Arrest : Milat felt police call was a joke
Suspected serial killer, Ivan Milat, outside his home in Cinnabar Street, Eagle Vale, is taken into custody on 22 May 1994.