A 40-year old woman name Veronica Packman was murdered by her husband Russell Causley, 34-years ago. Her body was nowhere to found after she went missing in 1985 from the family home in Bournemouth.
Her husband murdered her in 1985 and he was in custody for 23 years. Veronica’s family got a clue of her body from the former cellmate of Causley.
Causley’s former cellmate informed how the murderer used to mention Romney Marsh, an area of coastal wetland in Kent, as they played Scrabble.
He said that when they played scrabble Causley once mentioned how he allegedly get rid of his wife.
Their devastated daughter Sam Gillingham wants him to stay in Jail until he reveals what he did to her mother.
Furthermore, another medium also told Mrs. Gillingham to search the place by the sea with the first name starting with ‘R’ and ‘O’ in its name.
Packman’s daughter who was 16 back then returned home from school and found the letter of her mother along with her wedding ring. The letter said that she was leaving their family.
Causley was in custody for two years. He tried to fake his death in a boating accident as part of a million-pound insurance scam.
Police reopened the investigation of Packman’s death after the confession of Causley’s cellmate.
Causley was charged with the murder of her wife in 1996 but the case was later dropped in 2003. But later he found guilty after his sister revealed that she heard him admit killing.
Packman’s daughter is hopeful that maybe she got a clue of her mother’s body after so many years.
Gillingham campaigning for Helen’s law. Helen’s law states that “the prisoners would remain in prison for the rest of their lives if they refused to co-operate with investigators.”