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My man better watch his back ...

Ok ... so I am reading through my daily bits of news and I came across this story...

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) -- A man who hid his wife's body for 23 years in a steel drum in the couple's suburban Australian backyard was convicted Saturday of her murder.
Frederick Boyle, 58, claimed he hid the body of Edwina Boyle out of panic after finding her dead in bed at their home on the outskirts of the southern city of Melbourne on October 6, 1983.
He had pleaded not guilty to her murder at the outset of his weeklong trial, but a Victoria state Supreme Court jury found him guilty Saturday.
Boyle had told his two daughters their mother ran off with a truck driver, but a son-in-law found the remains in the 170-liter (44-gallon) drum while tidying the yard in October 2006

All I am saying is it has been 9 days with no hubby and currently he has no return ticket home ... I can probably find a 44 gallon drum in the next week to put in the back yard and claim abandonment ... I'm just saying ...


  1. I read that story yesterday and I remembered that Pike's has started carrying rain barrels to help with the drought. You could pick one up and tell everyone that you were going "Green". Just a thought...

  2. Guess I should be extra nice to my Aussie hubby!



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