How well do you know Australia's most notorious crimes?

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Which crime led to reforms in gun laws in Australia?

The Port Arthur Massacre

Who was responsible for the murder of at least three young women and removing their breasts?

Peter Dupas

Which crime involved the torture and murder of five young men and sexual assault of others?

The Family Murders

Which crime was turned into a feature film called Snowtown?

The Bodies in Barrels murders

How many people were killed by John Bunting's gang in the Bodies in Barrels murders?

12

How many backpackers did Ivan Milat murder in Belanglo State Forest?

7

What is the current status of The Family Murders case?

It remains an open case

Study Notes

  • There have been notorious crimes committed in Australia.
  • Peter Dupas murdered at least three young women and removed their breasts.
  • The Bodies in Barrels murders involved a gang led by John Bunting who killed at least 12 people.
  • The Port Arthur Massacre resulted in the death of 35 people and led to reforms in gun laws.
  • Ivan Milat murdered seven backpackers in Belanglo State Forest.
  • The Family Murders involved the torture and murder of five young men and sexual assault of others.
  • Police suspect a loosely connected group of high-profile individuals were involved in The Family Murders.
  • The crimes committed by The Family remain an open case.
  • The Melbourne Ripper, Peter Dupas, had a history of sadism and violent sexual assaults.
  • The Bodies in Barrels murders were turned into a feature film called Snowtown.

Test your knowledge of Australia's most notorious crimes with this quiz! From the gruesome murders committed by Peter Dupas and Ivan Milat, to the chilling gang-led killings in the Bodies in Barrels case, this quiz will challenge your understanding of Australia's criminal history. Learn about the Port Arthur Massacre and how it led to important gun law reforms, as well as the still-unsolved Family Murders, which involved a loosely connected group of high-profile individuals. See how much you know about these

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