Seven gunshots ring out through Victoria’s green and vast Barrabool Hills. 

On the western outskirts of Geelong, the Barrabool Hills is sparsely populated, best known for grazing sheep and lamb. 

It’s the early hours of Wednesday, March 18, 1992, and the sun has not yet risen. Everyone should be asleep. 

But those seven gunshots will have killed three people. 

For the youngest casualty, 23-year-old Guy, a gunshot shatters his watch. The time reads 4:25am. 

A family line will end that day. Three generations wiped out in just minutes. But the story of Darcy Wettenhall, and the secret life he was living, is about to be revealed.



Guest: Neal Drinnan

Host: Jessie Stephens

Producer: Gia Moylan

Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri


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