ON THIS DAY – December 25, 1981

Deborah Boundy aged 19, was presumed murdered on the 25th of December 1981. Boundy was a chief witness in the court case against Christopher Flannery for the murder of Wilson. She had been a girlfriend of Williams. She told police what she knew and then retracted her statement. She was on bail and living with her parents when she reported to the Collingwood Police Station on Christmas Day 1981. Boundy died from a self-inflicted shot of undiluted heroin believed to have been supplied by Alphonse Gangitano, the Black Prince of Lygon Street. Police suspected Gangitano of two murders, Greg Workman and Deborah Boundy. He was never charged.