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Like most Australians we have been following the case of three children who went to the beach on January 26, 1966 and vanished from the face of the Earth. 
It will be 50 years since the three Beaumont children-Jane 9, Arnna 7 and Grant 4-went missing at Glenelg Beach in South Australia.  
To the best of our knowledge in that time SA Police have not turned up any clues or any suspects.  
Enter a team of “citizen sleuths” who uncover compelling new evidence from witnesses, a prime suspect and a location given by two credible witnesses where the children’s remains may lie. They have strong support from two respected former police investigators, including an original member of the Beaumont task force. 
But what happens? In 2013 SA Police dig only a small area at the Castalloy factory in Plympton and, predictably, find nothing.  
The witnesses, sleuths, ex-cops and public are annoyed because police did not conduct a wider, comprehensive search.  
Police have since blocked attempts for others to enter the site and search the area they didn’t. Why? 
Please sign our petition to have SA Police to return to Castalloy and forensically dig the site as originally identified by witnesses and the surrounding area, taking into account the extra soil that may have been added over the years, to eliminate any doubt which still remains. Their parents deserve closure. We need your help to do this. 

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