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Vic ELISA CURRY: Missing from Aireys Inlet, VIC - 30 Sept 2017 *Found deceased*

Discussion in 'Australia: Located/Resolved' started by MissyMoo, Oct 3, 2017.

  1. Lily

    Lily Bronze Member

    I'm trying yo imagine how the neighbour could have seen her 'getting into bed' as she left.

    To me, that's a bit weird in itself.. in my whole adult life, I've never just headed to bed and left a visitor to see themselves out. I've never left a friend's house, let alone an acquaintance (this was a holiday house. so not like they were full time neighbours..) without them walking to me to the door.
     
  2. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    You're reading my mind.
     
  3. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Well-read and interested in current affairs, Ms Curry wrote prolifically to newspapers, including this one, commenting on everything from the failure of the NBN to the need for free tertiary education and even the Essendon football club doping scandal.

    The letters also reveal someone keenly aware of the struggles faced by modern women when it came to work and family.

    In a May 2013 letter to The Age, she wrote: “I am a stay-at-home mother of three children and certainly don’t think of my role as a burden. I feel fortunate that I am able to look after my children ...

    “I do feel strongly, however, about the real problem facing many women who have stayed at home — the potential for economic inequality later in life, especially when a marriage breaks down.”

    Several months later, she wrote to The Australian in response to the tragic news of a mother who had been jailed after harming her children.

    “We ask how did this happen in suburbia? The family landscape has changed; many mothers have no help with young children, and with fathers working long hours or suffering from mental illness themselves, the endless task of looking after young children is shouldered alone,” she wrote.

    Police understand Ms Curry may have been battling with depression for many years, although neighbours have claimed that she appeared “upbeat” last Saturday.

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/new...n/news-story/82e66c6b32b03daabd66c6beb35bcb19
     
  4. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

    Me neither.
    Unless unwell, to drop off the chicken soup and to tuck me in.
    Its odd for sure.

    http://www.geelongadvertiser.com.au...y/news-story/54694df25655af0a51ffdeb9e0ae2904
     
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  5. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

    Apologies the above linked is locked.
    It says VicPol have set up an info caravan speaking to locals.
    I hope they dont do the mannequin, if her children see that their hearts will break even more.
     
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    Kimster Director Staff Member

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    Kimster Director Staff Member

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  9. Lily

    Lily Bronze Member

    ... had that terrible feeling.

    Still have it.
     
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  10. Lily

    Lily Bronze Member

    Police will continue their probe into the death of Elisa Curry after remains found on a beach were identified as the Melbourne mother of three.

    More than a fortnight after the 43-year-old went missing without a trace, police on Monday confirmed remains found by a local walking their dog near Point Roadknight on Wednesday were Ms Curry.

    In a brief statement, police said the investigation into her death is ongoing but said it is not being treated as suspicious 'at this stage'.

    http://www.skynews.com.au/news/nati...c-mum-elisa-curry-s-death-not-suspicious.html
     
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  11. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    Hi Lily!!!:love:
     
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  12. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

    Poor lady.
    How will they know if it was accidental or she took her own life?
    Sad either way for her :(
     
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  13. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    In most cases, they are able to determine. I wonder if the neighbor was over there because she was distraught and the neighbor was trying to calm her down? So many questions. I feel so terrible for her children.
     
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