Six Silent Killings: Ireland’s Vanishing Triangle

Over a five year period between 1993 and 1998, in a darkly wooded and thinly populated stretch of land (about the size of Yorkshire) just to the west of Dublin, six women go missing.

Now, a quarter century later, there is a flickering expectation that a man may be about to be charged with at least one of these women’s murders.

In this moment, award winning filmmaker Colette Camden uncovers the stories of the missing women. And they take us through the stories not just through the peat bogs of the Wicklow Mountains but also inside the Irish justice system (think hard bitten Dublin crime hacks, garrulous private investigators and stubbornly male Garda lifers) and even as far as FBI agents in America who have assisted in the pursuit of justice for these women.


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