She is known as the Lesbian Vampire Killer, the blood of her innocent victim made Australia gasp as the extent of Tracey Wigginton’s crimes were revealed in a Brisbane court in 1991.
Crime Week — Dark secrets of Australia’s lesbian vampire
In October 1989, Tracey Wigginton and her lesbian lover Lisa Ptaschinski together with another couple lure a drunk, 47-year-old Edward Baldock, into their car before driving him to a park on the banks of the Brisbane River. With the promise of showing him a good time, Wigginton, aided by Ptaschinski, stabbed Baldock 15 times in an attack so brutal it practically severed his head.
Lesbian vampire killer: Shock revelation in Brisbane’s
Tracey Wigginton, best known as the lesbian vampire killer, was given a life sentence for the 1998 murder of Brisbane man Edward Baldock, a council worker she …
Lesbian Vampire Killers | QUT Digital Collections
news Lesbian vampire killerTracey Wigginton released after serving 23 years in jail for 1989 stabbing murder of Brisbane council worker Edward Baldock, 47
Pitched as a grindhouse-style Shaun of the Dead made through the eyes of Hammer Horror, Lesbian Vampire Killers is one film for which a synopsis seems redundant. No prizes for guessing that it involves a) lesbians, b) vampires and c) a bit of killing. James Corden and Matthew Horne (from TVs Gavin and Stacey) play two hapless slackers who are sent out onto …
Episode 1: Brisbanes Lesbian Vampire Killers | Play Stuff
Documentary exploring one of the most bizarre murder trials in Brisbane history committed by four women dubbed the The Lesbian Vampire Killers.