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The discovery of two bodies along the banks of the Lane Cover River on New Year's Day, 1963 was the beginning of one of Australia's most strange and perplexing mysteries.
To this day there are countless theories about the sudden deaths of Dr Gilbert Bogle and Mrs Margaret Chandler.
The case remains unsolved and investigators are still not able to confirm whether a crime was actually committed or if it was 'misadventure'.
This clip is an excerpt from The Bogle Case (1963), a special report on the Coroner's inquest into the deaths of Bogle and Chandler, broadcast by the Seven Network.
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