The Satin Man - Overwhelming Coincidences


The overwhelming coincidences are many and varied giving much room for thought . Over twenty co incidences that all point to one individual , Harry Phipps the Satin Man . All noted in the book , The Satin Man.

A large dossier containing all these co incidences had been sent to SAPOL by Mullins on several occasions .Together with his regular questions to Major Crime as to why a majority of people noted in the book the Satin Man had not been interviewed when so pertinent to this case.

Mostyn Matters photo taken and supplied by Stuart Mullins

Mostyn Matters ex Detective and on duty at the Glenelg police station that fateful January 1966 . Mostyn was the first detective to meet and speak to Mr Beaumont. He firmly believes Harry Phipps is your man. He states there are too many co incidences regarding  Harry Phipps to be dismissed .

Photo of Ken Thorsen Photo from Today Tonight Adelaide

“ This has red flags all over it . One needs to shake this tree and see what falls out of it .There are simply too many coincidences to be ignored.” Ken Thorsen ex Head of SAPOL major crime .

Image of Bill Hayes from Today Tonight Adelaide.

Regarding Harry Phipps there are way too many damning co incidences . Harry Phipps the Satin Man is the Hannibal Lecter of Pedophilia . Bill Hayes.

Steve Van Aperen

Steve Van Aperen expert in the field of behavioural interviewing, reading body language and detecting deception stated Hayden Phipps is telling the truth but hiding more.

Coincidences below:

Harry Phipps

1. Harry Phipps allegedly rapes and sodomises a 14-year-old schoolgirl across from his Castalloy factory in the 1970’s . Haydn Phipps stated he was also sexually abused / sodomised at the hands of his father over many years when Harry was wearing satin made garments . This should put the other coincidences in perspective.

2. The description of the man seen at the beach with the Beaumont children January 26th 1966 fits the description of Harry Phipps the Satin Man .

3 . Jane Beaumont was given a pound note by the man she met at the beach . Harry Phipps the Satin Man was well known to give out pound notes in the 1960s.

Who was wealthy enough to part with such and amount so easily?

Note  : In the 52 years of this case (as of 2018) no other person of interest was ever known to hand out pound notes. Not one .The pound note was in SAPOL’s mind a pivotal piece of information as it has been over it’s 52 year history . Who was wealthy enough to part with such and amount so easily ? Harry Phipps the Satin Man was.

4 . Harry Phipps was regular beach goer at Colley Reserve Glenelg beach .

4b. The Satin Man Harry Phipps lived approximately 190 metres ( 207 yards approx ) from Colley Reserve Glenelg beach where the man was seen playing with the children  ( See Ariel view )  Harry Phipps  also lived approximately 200 metres from Wenzel’s Bakery where Jane Beaumont was last seen buying a large lunch with the pound note around 12 noon to 12.20 pm .

4c .When does Haydn Phipps the Satin Mans son see the children walk into his backyard  ? Around lunchtime. That is  no coincidence.

To Stuart Mullins Courtesy of the Holdfast Bay Historical Society

5. From where the children and the man were playing they immediately walk north away from the children’s bus stop and the bakery. 60 metres north is the road that leads to the Satin Mans house. ( See Ariel view )

6. The Satin Man Harry Phipps had a grave size hole dug at the back of his factory at Plympton not far from Glenelg by then two teenage boys three days after the children go missing in January 1966. Once the boys dug the hole over the weekend they were then both paid in pound notes .Then told to “fuck off you little cunts and never come back.” Alegedly very similar use words used at Adelaide oval in 1973 toward Anthony Kilmartin an eye witness to Jo Anne Radcliffe and Kirsty Gordons abduction.

7. Hayden Phipps stated to Bill Hayes Private Investigator they are in the pit .The sand pit. Haydn stated to his ex wife Angela Fyfe , Stuart Mullins , his son Nick and to his cousin Peter: They are in the sand pit. Haydn also clearly stated to his son in 2000 . Harry did it and they are in the sand pit.

THE SAND PIT. Photo Supplied to Stuart Mullins by an anonymous Cast Alloy employee.

8.  A couple that were managing an apartment block where Hayden Phipps resided in Surfers Paradise Queensland Australia. They found Haydn many times in a drunken state in the late evenings crying and spread out on the front lawn dressed in women’s clothing , bra , stockings with lipstick smeared on his face .On many occasions they found him in a depressed state and in tears . They strongly felt something was eating away at him but they were unsure what.

8a By many that knew Hayden Phipps in the 50s 60s and onwards all say he hated his father with a passion so much so it was “palatable” but were never sure why.

8c That Hayden had a death wish and had little regard for his own safety , Erratic at times and reckless. 

 

9. Harry Phipps frequented a private gentleman’s club in the Adelaide CBD over many years where like minded men dressed in ladies clothing. Harry Phipps the Satin Man was one of them.

10. A purse similar to the one Jane Beaumont had with her that fateful day at the beach in 1966 was spotted in the basement of the Satin Man’s house by Mullins. Once the second wife was alerted to the purses significance she threw it out.

11. Anglican Arch Bishop John Hepworth who fronted the Australian Royal Commission into child sex abuse . Where he told his story of him being abused in Adelaide /Glenelg in the 1950s by some señior clergy . On a hunch Mullins contacted John and simply asked did he ever know a Harry Phipps ? John paused and replied ” Yes but in pedofilic circles ” 

12. Elizabeth Daisy Phipps Harry Phipps 2nd wife contacting Angela Phipps Fyfe Haydn’s second wife. Asking her ” Is it true the boys were abused ? “. Angela answered she was not 100% sure.

13. Elizabeth Daisy Phipps asked two people she knew well to take a load of Satin garments out of her house after Harry Phipps passing  And in a distraught state said  ( Their words )  ” You have no idea what I have got myself into ” .Corroborated

14. Another child in the 1960s who had a close association with Harry Phipps ended up under the guardianship of the Adelaide Hospital  and needed to be bed restrained due to self harm and an alcoholic bender . This person has also been in lengthy stays at other hospitals.They  suffer from Alcoholism , self harm , unable to hold down a job ,failed marriages and more mirror imaging Haydn Phipps characteristics  .

Questions:

  1. Who do we know in this square hands out pound notes and has a house that is quickly and easily accessible to and from Colley Reserve.?
  2. Who in this square fits the description?
  3. Whom in this square has a house that in 1966 the Beaumont Children were spotted at ?
  4. Whom in this square has a satin fetish that when wearing satin garments becomes sexually aroused . And who in the square also attends a private gentleman’s club Adelaide dressed as a female ?
  5. Who in this square has a grave size hole dug at the back of his factory 3 days after the children go missing and pays the two boys that dug this hole with pound notes?
  6. Who in this square sexually abuses /sodomises his own son over a 10 year period ?
  7. Who in this square rapes and sodomises a fourteen old school girl in the 1970s ?
  8. Who in this square is a sexual predator .

Who ? We can think of one . Harry Phipps the Satin Man .

What the experts think :

Duncan McNab ex NSW Police force . Investigator with Chanel 7 Murder Uncovered and other Television stations and a successful True Crime writer together with the exceptionally well qualified and respected Dr Xanthe Mallet Newcastle University Forensic Anthropologist and Criminologist state regarding Harry Phipps  :

The coincidences have moved to fact as far as we can see. All our eyebrows have been raised since we first chatted and have been ever since. As almost all serious criminal cases are circumstantial ( contrary to what TV detectives / lawyers assert ) and it’s the strength of the circumstances and volume that get us beyond a reasonable doubt. Harry Phipps combines many .

Disposition, history, the elegance of the location, the capacity to cover up (personal, social, political connections, stature etc), the fact he’s a sexual predator (anyone is fair game) rather than a paedophile, his kinks etc,- so much piles up. And there are the boys now men that dug the grave-size hole at the back of the factory – utterly honest, capable, smart. And the poor girl that was sodomised…as we mentioned earlier. Harry is a predator so gender/age preferences etc are secondary to opportunism and the need to dominate…hence the manner of this assault too.

There are many , many more coincidences in the Satin man book . Over thirty.

As of early 2018 SAPOL Major Crime has elevated Harry Phipps to a person of interest .

The wolf in relation to the Beaumont Children’s disappearance has never been too far from the door. These children never left Glenelg .The perpetrator was always hidden in clear sight.

Page put together and written by Stuart Mullins.

The Beaumont Children , Jane Beaumont ( born 1956 ) , Arnna Beaumont ( born 1958 ) and Grant Beaumont ( born 1961 ) were taken from Colley Reserve , Glenelg Beach, South Australia on Wednesday the 26th of January 1966 . At the time of their disappearance, they were aged 9 , 7 and 4 respectively. From Glenelg, they were never seen again.

The Beaumont children were so eager to go to the beach this day due to the dry South Australian heat which was stifling hot around 100 degrees or 40' celsius . Initially the children wanted to ride their bikes to Glenelg beach which was around 2.5 kms to 3kms  (1.5-1.8 miles) away . However , due to the intense South Australian summer Nancy Beaumont , the children's mother insisted they all catch the iconic red and white Worthley's bus from stop 26 Diagonal Road near their house .The bus ride was only 10 minutes to the beach and originated from Seacombe Gardens a few suburbs south.

 

Many thanks to Channel Nine.

Nancy gave Jane eight shillings and sixpence in pre decimal currency ( about 85 cents ) to spend on a drink and something to eat for all . 

Jane placed the money in her white clip purse which she kept with her wherever she went .Nancy had also briefly heard from the children that Jane had a boyfriend at the beach but didn’t think much of it at the time .

The children left home at approximately 10am where they took the Worthleys bus and were expected to return home by bus around noon .

 

 

 

 

 What the children wore and took to the beach

Jane Beaumont dressed in her pink one-piece bathers pale green shorts and canvas sand shoes with white soles . She also took with her a paperback copy of Louisa May Allcott’s Little Women . Jane carried three drying towels inside a generic airways type bag ( possibly blue ) . She had the money her mother Nancy gave her in a white clip purse placed inside her airline type bag . 

 

Arnna Beaumont wore a one-piece red and white striped bather tan shorts and tanned sandals . She sported a bright orange hairpin in her hair . Grant Beaumont wore only green and white bathers under green cotton shorts and red leather sandals .

 

 

 The Beaumont children arrived at Glenelg Beach by bus at Moseley Street across the road from Wenzel's bakery by mid-morning . A short walk from there and the children were at Colley Reserve and the beach . A woman saw the Beaumont children between 11 am and 12 noon . She was sitting on a wooden bench near the Holdfast Bay Sailing Club / Yacht Club Glenelg when she saw two girls and boy come up from the sea after a swim in the calm waters of Glenelg beach .

This is where the Beaumont children laid out their towels in the shade of a secluded corner of the Colley Reserve foreshore hidden by the Holdfast Bay Sailing  / Yacht Club and at the back of the sideshows . This was their usual spot when at Glenelg Beach . The children began playing and running in and out under the sprinklers having fun . According to one witness this is where the man was lying on his towel watching the children . This is where Jane , Arnna and Grant Beaumont went over to this man and started playing games with him  . Grant the young boy was jumping over this man  . The younger girl Arnna followed and then Jane began playfully flicking him with her towel on the lawn area just 10 feet from this witness .

 Aerial view of Colley Reserve in the 1960's

 

 

The man at the beach 

The man at the beach spotted with the children was mid to late 30s . Or stated by some as middle aged to early 40s . He was approximately 6ft to 6ft 1in tall . Clean shaven , suntanned complexion .Tall , thin to athletic build with a longish face . High forehead . According to the sketch to your left .The man had swept back light brown short hair and parted to the left side . Clean shaven as mentioned and wearing light blue bathers with single white stripes down either side.He had with him a towel , shirt and trousers that he placed on the park bench . NB :This man was initially described as a tall blond haired surfy . Hair that was in need of cutting .This description has permeated for years in the media . However , this description has never been correct .

A female eye witness who got up to walk home around 11.30 am stated the man and the children were still playing on the lawn .

 This man approaches two couples

 Later the man approached a couple close by and asked: “Did any of you people see anyone with our clothes?”

 When asked why he said: “We’ve had some money taken from our clothes.”

 Another witness believed the man stated: “Has anyone been messing with our clothes? We have had our money pinched".

After asking the people sitting on the bench and close by the man then returned to the children a short time later . However , this couple had their curiosity aroused when they witnessed the man dress the children . They thought this was strange especially as the elder girl Jane appeared old enough to dress herself . The man then picked up his towel and his clothes and walked in a northerly direction toward the changing sheds at Colley Reserve 130 metres ( 142 yards ) away which were  part of the Glenelg Life Saving Club . The children followed him along the cement path way crossing the path that cuts through Colley Reserve where the Colley Reserve Rondavel is located .The Beaumont children waited outside the sheds before walking away with him . This was all in the opposite direction from Wenzel's bakery and the children's bus stop . The man did not carry a travel bag .  Only a shirt , towel and trousers . No keys nor wallet were spotted

 

A ground view to the left showing where the children were playing at the back of the side shows and Yacht Club in a secluded corner of Colley Reserve . Showing the park bench where one of the witnesses was sitting

There were several reports regarding a time the children and the man left the beach but the consensus is they left between 11.45 am and 12.00pm approximately .They walked initially in a northerly direction away from their bus stop . From there the man was never seen again.

 Jane sees the postie

The sighting of the children by the Beaumont Children's postie Tom Patterson was originally stated around 3pm but this was later changed by Tom where he put the sighting in the morning .This is where Jane Beaumont exclaimed to Tom whilst he was on his bike " It’s the postie “ Tom saw many children that day calling out " It's the postie " as he delivered as usual many , many letters around the Glenelg suburbs . One can initially excuse Tom for his haziness due to the circumstances surrounding that day . Once he collected his thoughts he was certain her saw the children in the morning .

The last sighting of the children and the mysterious pound note 

The last sighting of the Beaumont children was also around  12 noon to 12.20pm   approximately at Wenzel's Bakery just off the main thoroughfare of Jetty Road and about 150 metres ( 160 yards approximately  ) from where they were last seen playing.

 

 This is where Jane Beaumont bought 1 pie ( placed in a separate bag ) 5 pasties , 6 finger buns and 2 large bottles of fizzy drink . All this with a pound note from Wenzel's bakery. A lunch for more than four?

 

From Wenzels bakery... The Beaumont Children were never seen again.

Or were they? 

                                                                                                  Page created by Stuart Mullins.

The Beaumont Children , Jane Beaumont ( born 1956 ) , Arnna Beaumont ( born 1958 ) and Grant Beaumont ( born 1961 ) were taken from Colley Reserve , Glenelg Beach, South Australia on Wednesday the 26th of January 1966 . At the time of their disappearance, they were aged 9 , 7 and 4 respectively. From Glenelg, they were never seen again.

The Beaumont children were so eager to go to the beach this day due to the dry South Australian heat which was stifling hot around 100 degrees or 40' celsius . Initially the children wanted to ride their bikes to Glenelg beach which was around 2.5 kms to 3kms  (1.5-1.8 miles) away . However , due to the intense South Australian summer Nancy Beaumont , the children's mother insisted they all catch the iconic red and white Worthley's bus from stop 26 Diagonal Road near their house .The bus ride was only 10 minutes to the beach and originated from Seacombe Gardens a few suburbs south.

 

Many thanks to Channel Nine.

Nancy gave Jane eight shillings and sixpence in pre decimal currency ( about 85 cents ) to spend on a drink and something to eat for all . 

Jane placed the money in her white clip purse which she kept with her wherever she went .Nancy had also briefly heard from the children that Jane had a boyfriend at the beach but didn’t think much of it at the time .

The children left home at approximately 10am where they took the Worthleys bus and were expected to return home by bus around noon .

 

 

 

 

 What the children wore and took to the beach

Jane Beaumont dressed in her pink one-piece bathers pale green shorts and canvas sand shoes with white soles . She also took with her a paperback copy of Louisa May Allcott’s Little Women . Jane carried three drying towels inside a generic airways type bag ( possibly blue ) . She had the money her mother Nancy gave her in a white clip purse placed inside her airline type bag . 

 

Arnna Beaumont wore a one-piece red and white striped bather tan shorts and tanned sandals . She sported a bright orange hairpin in her hair . Grant Beaumont wore only green and white bathers under green cotton shorts and red leather sandals .

 

 

 The Beaumont children arrived at Glenelg Beach by bus at Moseley Street across the road from Wenzel's bakery by mid-morning . A short walk from there and the children were at Colley Reserve and the beach . A woman saw the Beaumont children between 11 am and 12 noon . She was sitting on a wooden bench near the Holdfast Bay Sailing Club / Yacht Club Glenelg when she saw two girls and boy come up from the sea after a swim in the calm waters of Glenelg beach .

This is where the Beaumont children laid out their towels in the shade of a secluded corner of the Colley Reserve foreshore hidden by the Holdfast Bay Sailing  / Yacht Club and at the back of the sideshows . This was their usual spot when at Glenelg Beach . The children began playing and running in and out under the sprinklers having fun . According to one witness this is where the man was lying on his towel watching the children . This is where Jane , Arnna and Grant Beaumont went over to this man and started playing games with him  . Grant the young boy was jumping over this man  . The younger girl Arnna followed and then Jane began playfully flicking him with her towel on the lawn area just 10 feet from this witness .

 Aerial view of Colley Reserve in the 1960's

 

 

The man at the beach 

The man at the beach spotted with the children was mid to late 30s . Or stated by some as middle aged to early 40s . He was approximately 6ft to 6ft 1in tall . Clean shaven , suntanned complexion .Tall , thin to athletic build with a longish face . High forehead . According to the sketch to your left .The man had swept back light brown short hair and parted to the left side . Clean shaven as mentioned and wearing light blue bathers with single white stripes down either side.He had with him a towel , shirt and trousers that he placed on the park bench . NB :This man was initially described as a tall blond haired surfy . Hair that was in need of cutting .This description has permeated for years in the media . However , this description has never been correct .

A female eye witness who got up to walk home around 11.30 am stated the man and the children were still playing on the lawn .

 This man approaches two couples

 Later the man approached a couple close by and asked: “Did any of you people see anyone with our clothes?”

 When asked why he said: “We’ve had some money taken from our clothes.”

 Another witness believed the man stated: “Has anyone been messing with our clothes? We have had our money pinched".

After asking the people sitting on the bench and close by the man then returned to the children a short time later . However , this couple had their curiosity aroused when they witnessed the man dress the children . They thought this was strange especially as the elder girl Jane appeared old enough to dress herself . The man then picked up his towel and his clothes and walked in a northerly direction toward the changing sheds at Colley Reserve 130 metres ( 142 yards ) away which were  part of the Glenelg Life Saving Club . The children followed him along the cement path way crossing the path that cuts through Colley Reserve where the Colley Reserve Rondavel is located .The Beaumont children waited outside the sheds before walking away with him . This was all in the opposite direction from Wenzel's bakery and the children's bus stop . The man did not carry a travel bag .  Only a shirt , towel and trousers . No keys nor wallet were spotted

 

A ground view to the left showing where the children were playing at the back of the side shows and Yacht Club in a secluded corner of Colley Reserve . Showing the park bench where one of the witnesses was sitting

There were several reports regarding a time the children and the man left the beach but the consensus is they left between 11.45 am and 12.00pm approximately .They walked initially in a northerly direction away from their bus stop . From there the man was never seen again.

 Jane sees the postie

The sighting of the children by the Beaumont Children's postie Tom Patterson was originally stated around 3pm but this was later changed by Tom where he put the sighting in the morning .This is where Jane Beaumont exclaimed to Tom whilst he was on his bike " It’s the postie “ Tom saw many children that day calling out " It's the postie " as he delivered as usual many , many letters around the Glenelg suburbs . One can initially excuse Tom for his haziness due to the circumstances surrounding that day . Once he collected his thoughts he was certain her saw the children in the morning .

The last sighting of the children and the mysterious pound note 

The last sighting of the Beaumont children was also around  12 noon to 12.20pm   approximately at Wenzel's Bakery just off the main thoroughfare of Jetty Road and about 150 metres ( 160 yards approximately  ) from where they were last seen playing.

 

 This is where Jane Beaumont bought 1 pie ( placed in a separate bag ) 5 pasties , 6 finger buns and 2 large bottles of fizzy drink . All this with a pound note from Wenzel's bakery. A lunch for more than four?

 

From Wenzels bakery... The Beaumont Children were never seen again.

Or were they? 

                                                                                                  Page created by Stuart Mullins.

The Satin Man.

Uncovering the Mystery of the Beaumont Children” was written due to a tip off. A tip off which resulted in ten years of investigation in which Whiticker and Mullins continued their hunt for the truth .The Satin Man book looks at a new potential suspect, a person of influence, money, persuasiveness and power . A family patriarch a man with a peculiar predilection for Satin may have been involved.A person hidden in clear sight