Mother of the missing Beaumont children dies aged 92

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JANUARY 26, 1966

The Beaumont children got on a bus near their home at about 8.45am

They travelled together to Glenelg Beach, to swim at an area between Jetty Road and the Anzac Highway

The trio were due home about 2pm, but failed to return

At about 7.20pm, their father reported his children missing 

An extensive search of the area was conducted by police that night, but the children were not found

NOVEMBER 8, 1966

World-renowned Dutch clairvoyant Gerard Croiset is flown to Adelaide by local real estate developer Con Polites 

He declared to crowds gathered on the beach that the Beaumont children had not been kidnapped, and were rather trapped beneath freshly laid concrete

Mr Croiset indicated the children were at a building site in North Plympton

The public raised $40,000 to demolish the building in their search for the children 

About 30 years later, when the site was being partially demolished, the owners reportedly allowed for a full excavation, but nothing was found

MAY 20, 2013 

The Satin Man by Alan Whiticker is released

The book investigates one theory about the Beaumont Case, which alleges a prominent

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