An outback town, a missing man and 11 people who mostly hate each other. Kylie Stevenson
and Caroline Graham get Lost in Larrimah.
6 - Last Drinks
One of the most peculiar things about Paddy Moriarty's disappearance is that his dog, Kellie, is missing too. We investigate the stra...
5 - True Word
Paddy Moriarty loved a tall tale and was known as a larrikin. Some of the potential reasons for his disappearance sound like a tall tal...
4 - End of the Line
For people in Larrimah, the hardship isn't just that Paddy Moriarty's missing. Or that he's probably not coming back alive. They�...
3 - Humble Pie
If there's one thing Larrimah's residents can agree on, it's that Paddy Moriarty and Fran Hodgetts have been fighting for years. ...
2 - Off the Rails
As police begin to suspect Paddy Moriarty has met with foul play, existing tensions in Larrimah flare up. The town has been in a civil ...
1 - Never Never
Paddy Moriarty was a larrikin - and when he goes missing under mysterious circumstances, the tiny town of Larrimah finds itself in th...
The case of the missing ...dog
The impact of one who goes missing in a hamlet of ten.
Although hard to hear sometimes because of background fan sounds ..it’s hot in the outback and an interesting slice of Aussie culture
Deserves much more appreciation.
Brilliant in every way. A captivating story from the very beginning that manages to capture the unique personalities and idiosyncrasies within this small town and weave them into a man’s mysterious disappearance. Never feels slow. Never feels like details are included just for the sake of it. I wish it was longer, but at the same time feel it was the perfect length.
transporting, an absolute pleasure.
stunned that this doesn’t have more glowing reviews. the podcast is entirely entrancing. i am transported to this small australian town whose isolated and eccentric residents tell the story of one of their own who has gone missing along with his dog. undeniable mystery surrounds the disappearance, but so much more is revealed about the interviewees and their relationships with one and other that it doesn’t become grim. it’s more like sitting on a screened porch listening to the wild birds and thrumming of fans and the hissing or summer heat hearing this unusual group of townspeople tell a fine story.