The simple name of the country town of Moe instantly brings back chilling memories for any Victorian old enough to remember little Jaidyn Leskie.
For locals, the arrest of barista Samantha Grace Guillerme over the murder of Jarrad Lovison on Tuesday has rekindled haunting memories of those dark days in 1997.
Jaidyn was just a baby when he vanished from his mum's home on Narracan Drive, Newborough, just outside of Moe, late on June 14, 1997.
Jaidyn Leskie was just one when he vanished from his home just outside of Moe in 1997. He was found dead six months later
Greg Domaszewicz was charged with the little boy's murder, but was found not guilty. The case has haunted Moe ever since
Guillerme was arrested after police searched a property in Moe and was remanded in custody to return to court on January 7
His body was found in nearby Blue Rock Dam six months later.
It quickly turned into a murder mystery and until this day remains murky.
A pig's head had been thrown at the house and other vandalism on the evening of the toddler's disappearance.
His mum's then boyfriend, Greg Domaszewicz, was charged with murder, but was found not guilty by a jury in December 1998.
A coronial inquest in 2006 found that he had contributed to the toddler's death and had likely disposed of the boy's body.
While the differences between the two cases are obvious, the similarities have had tongues wagging since Mr Lovison vanished from the face of the earth on April 16.
The next day, Guillerme shared a photo on her social media page of her dog at the Lyrebird Forest Walk about 60km to the south of Moondarra.
Alongside the photo from April 17, she wrote the caption 'today's adventure'.
Police on Wednesday afternoon charged three more men over the alleged murder of Mr Lovison.
Their alleged connection to the petite blonde arrested a day earlier for now remains unknown.
As do the reasons they found themselves to be charged alongside her with murder.
Mr Lovison grew up in the very same suburb of Moe, Newborough, as Jaidyn, who was just one when he disappeared.
His body was found on May 23 in bushland in Moondarra - about 125km east of Melbourne and north of Moe.
The chilling Instagram post from accused murderer Samantha Grace Guillerme (pictured above)
Samantha Grace Guillerme (pictured above) has been remanded in custody until January 7 in relation to the murder of Jarrad Lovison
Jarrad Lovison, 38, went missing in mid-April but his remains were discovered by detectives in Moondarra, near Moe in Victoria's Gippsland region
Guillerme was arrested after detectives searched a property on Coalville Rd, Moe - where a white Toyota was seized as part of the ongoing police investigation.
Her alleged accomplices - a 28-year-old man, a 47-year-old