At last, an answer to one of the greatest unsolved cases in Australian crime history. When the bodies of brilliant physicist Dr Gilbert Bogle and his lover Mrs Margaret Chandler were found in bizarre circumstances on a Sydney riverbank in 1963, it captured the public imagination and launched an unprecedented murder investigation. But the Coroner could find no cause of death, killer or motive. Some suggested Cold War assassination. Others claimed it was an overdose of LSD. In his multi-award winning drama-documentary, filmmaker Peter Butt reveals explosive evidence missed by investigators.


Winner 2007 Logie Award for Most Outstanding Documentary
Winner 2007 Best Short Documentary - Film Critics Circle of Australia

Winner ACS Award National
Nominated 2007 Walkley Awards
Nominated 2007 Dendy Awards
Winner 2006 ACS Gold Award (NSW)

Sydney Film Festival

Highest rating commissioned documentary ever on ABC TV


"Far more intriguing than anything Hollywood could cook up.”
Sue Yeap, West Australian


“A gripping story that manages to hold as much intrigue today as it did during Australia’s conservative 60s.”
Sunday Mail


“A stunning documentary… the attention to detail is spectacular and the dramatic re- enactments are fantastic”
Michael Idato, The Sydney Morning Herald


“Strange crime! Great story! You’ll be totally hooked.”
Stephen Downie, The Daily Telegraph


“Beautifully shot, evocative, with an effective sound-track and elegant cinematography”
Gordon Farrer, The Age

Blackwattle Films

Sydney Australia