After 53 years without answers on what happened with her three children, dead australian Nancy Beaumont on Monday at his retirement home in Adelaide, 92-year-old.
It writes among other things The Advertiser, and News.com.au.
She is the mother of the three children, Jane nine-year, seven-year-old Arnna and Grant, in four years, who disappeared in 1966. The case is one of the biggest cases of missing persons in Australia's history, and is still often on many australieres lips.
The three children were gone from their parents home to spend an afternoon at Glenelg Beach. They never came home again.
Their disappearance immediately launched a big and intense search started, but Arnna, Jane and Grant were never found.
In 2018, there was, however, as the two brothers stood up to the police and told that they had spent the day digging a large hole by a factory, by order of the owner, Harry Phipps.
Harry Phipps died in 2014, but his own son, who had accused the father of sexual abuse, felt that he had something to do with the case of the missing Beaumont children.
Police dug therefore the ground up by Castalloy site in North Plympton, but found no remains of the missing children.
the Children's father, Jim Beaumont, is also in the 90's, and lives in Adelaide.