Darian-Smith, K, Episode 7: the singing strangler: interview with Carly Godden and Anna Snoekstra, Dead & Buried, Dead & Buried, Melbourne, 18 December 2016, p. 4. (2016) [Media Interview]
Official URL: http://www.deadandburiedpodcast.com/the-singing-st...
On May 8 1943 Pauline Thompson was stood up for a dance. She instead met an American soldier and they drank together. He offered to walk her home and she accepted, since the heavy rain was making the Melbourne streets even darker than usual. Pauline had a beautiful voice, and as they walked, she sang to him.
World War Two brought masses of American soldiers to Melbourne. At first the 'exotic' foreigners are welcomed by all, particularly many young women who are impressed by their suave uniforms and hollywood-like charm. But as panic grows over a series of brutal attacks, this all starts to change.
Dead & Buried teams up with crime fiction author Anna Snoekstra for this final, thrilling episode of series one.
|Item Type:||Media Interview|
|Research Division:||History and Archaeology|
|Research Group:||Historical Studies|
|Research Field:||Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History)|
|Objective Division:||Cultural Understanding|
|Objective Group:||Understanding Past Societies|
|Objective Field:||Understanding Australia's Past|
|UTAS Author:||Darian-Smith, K (Professor Kate Darian-Smith)|
|Deposited By:||College Office - CALE|
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