Mullins, Hayes and Whiticker
Alan Whiticker and Stuart Mullins have known each other since they were seventeen. They both attended the same teacher’s college at Penrith at the close of the 1970s.Nepean College of Advanced Education now the University of Western Sydney.
In the 1990s Mullins & Whiticker could not be accused of being fashionable.
Years later Alan teamed up with Stuart to produce Searching for the Beaumont Children 2006 which became a best-seller
Why they teamed up? Mullins was born in Glenelg in the late 1950s. He grew up in Seacombe Gardens which is not more than a few suburbs south-east from where the Beaumont children lived at Somerton Park. Mullins cousin Mostyn Matters was the Glenelg Detective in January 1966 that initially spoke to Mr and Mrs Beaumont regarding their missing children.
With new information, Mullins hired Bill Hayes in 2008 . Bill is arguably South Australia’s mist weel, respected private detective. Relentlessly they have pursued Phipps and the truth. As of early 2018, he is now regarded as the No 1 suspect in relation to this case and raised to a person of interest by South Australian major crime.
The wolf in the disappearance of the Beaumont children has never been too far from the door.
Page put together by Stuart Mullins.