SUGGESTIONS that the Claremont serial killer might be blogging on a crime blog and leaving clues to his identity have been discounted by WA police. Nationwide News Pty Limited Copyright © 2020. "My blog attracts traffic from both sides - police, former detectives and known criminals. "There has been nothing of use or interest to the investigation. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. He now calls himself Dr Phibes of The Valley and Dr Phibes of Herne Hill.WA police spokesman Ian Hasleby said today that the police were aware of the blogger's identity and had spoken to him. Back to Blog The Claremont serial killer trial – A case to live stream? "Hughes said he had not tried to contact Dr Phibes because police reaction to Marshall's book had been negative, with claims Marshall was "cashing in" on one of Western Australia's greatest tragedies. ", Originally published asBlogger not killer: police. The Police flew their chopper (Polair 61) over my 1/2 acre place near the Swan Valley, as cause i had met her.They bugged my phone for a while. SUGGESTIONS that the Claremont serial killer might be blogging on a crime blog and leaving clues to his identity have been discounted by WA police. "He's been spoken to and his claims have been investigated," Mr Hasleby said. Former police detective and lecturer at Perth's Centre for Forensic Science, Robin Napper, said Dr Phibes' comments were "seriously spooky". Check out a snippet of our coverage and poll results in The West below! Dr Phibes' first post referred to specific possible locations of the victims' bodies, saying it was "just a feeling" he had. That’s some of the words of Matt Stephen, our Head of Social and Health, from The West Australian newspaper’s coverage of our exclusive ‘People’s Voice’ poll last week. Here's a guide to get you up to speed on the case ahead of … After a marathon trial, Justice Stephen Hall will today rule on whether or not Bradley Edwards is the Claremont serial killer. Claremont serial killer trial - Day 1 The moment Western Australia has waited 8704 days for arrives today, as Bradley Robert Edwards goes on trial — accused of being the Claremont serial killer - 24liveblog © West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020, LIVE BLOG: Follow WA’s trial of the century, Officers testify to ‘never touching’ Jane Rimmer’s body, Why Claremont prosecutors offered to go to Bunnings. Perth 9:46pm Nov 29, 2019 She also said she never touched the body. On Monday, the Western Australia Supreme Court heard from several police officers who attended the scene, including former policeman Bleddyn Davies who said he saw a “white, waxy lump” but did not get closer than 1.5 metres. And overall, it’s younger people who are most likely to be in favour of a live stream, despite many of them not even being alive at the time of the crimes. Former policewoman Michelle Beaman said she saw an upper thigh, shoulder and foot. Bradley Robert Edwards: Depraved objects hidden in serial ki... Richard Pusey: Porsche driver granted access to medical reco... Coronavirus Colac: Swingers party could linked to spike in c... National abortion rights threatened by new US Supreme Court ... Claremont serial killer: Shock omission in verdict for Bradl... Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. In another comment, Dr Phibes wrote: "I met Sarah McMahon in early nov 2000. Accused Claremont serial killer Bradley Robert Edwards has been found guilty of murdering two out of three women in the 1990s in a case that has shocked the nation. Their evidence about how close they got to the body is relevant because the defence is arguing contamination is an issue in the case. "Brisbane-based journalist Debi Marshall sparked a furore last month when she launched her book on the serial killings, The Devil's Garden.WA police reacted angrily to the book, in which Marshall criticised what is the longest-running and most expensive murder investigation in Australia.Police have not found the killer of the three Perth women, who were last seen in Claremont and the body of the first victim has never been found. Hughes said Marshall had exchanged emails with Dr Phibes, but he wasn't sure if they had met. To give you more insight into what people said, here’s each of the questions we asked and some of the interesting results we uncovered….