When two trappers went hunting in a rabbit reserve in Perth, Western Australia, in May 1930, only one came back. A search party discovered the remains of the missing man, Louis Carron, when they stumbled across the ashes of a fire containing bones and bits of human flesh.

Police searching the belongings of the other hunter, John Smith, 26, found a number of articles belong to Carron, but Smith had vanished. He wasn’t traced until nearly two years later, in January 1932. He was found guilty of murdering Carron and hanged at Fremantle Prison on Friday, June 13th, 1932.