It's Shark Week on Cruel Intentions.
The Shark Arm Murder Part two:
The Attempted Suicide
The Second Murder
After Jim Smith's arm was vomited up by a tiger shark in the Coogee aquarium in 1935, the police thought they had their perp for a Murder, but could they prove it?
They had circumstantial evidence, and one man who had agreed to testify - but before he was able to give evidence, he was found dead too.
Now the police had two murders to solve, and had lost their star witness.
The community was scared, and no one was talking.
This is part two to one of the most sensational unsolved murders cases in Australian true crime history!
As always, thanks for watching - and for joining me for the conclusion of Shark Week!
Kelly, Vince, The Shark Arm Case, Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1963
Castles, Alex, The Shark Arm Murders, Kent Town: Wakefield Press, 1995
Roope, Phillip; Meagher, Kevin. Shark Arm: A shark, a tattooed arm and two unsolved murders. Allen & Unwin. Kindle Edition.