He’s helped catch Sydney’s notorious granny killer and the Bali bombers. Now retired police forensics artist and Queensland cop of 36 years John Garner is turning his attention to one of the most baffling and sadistic cold case murders in Australia – the 1998 torture and slaying of Brisbane mum Elizabeth Henry.

“Somewhere out there are children, now in their 30s, who have been without a mother all these years and left with just question marks,” Garner tells WHO, giving an

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