Something about this place.
Remains found on a property at Pheasants Nest. Remains were also found under a highway bridge, this article confirms the bridge as Pheasants Nest Bridge.
I wonder if the bridge is the Pheasants Nest Bridge on the highway in which the remains of two young boys were found at the bottom of a pylon. The remains were found during a check of the bridge after an earthquake. Somehow the boys got into the bridge and fell into the pylon. I just googled to find out more but can't find anything about them, I don't remember their names. Whenever I drove over that bridge I used to think of those boys and wonder if they were alive for a while in that pylon hoping they'd be found. How awful.
Strewn remains may be from one body.
Man charged with murder over human remains 12/8/09.
Police have charged a 33-year-old man over the murder of woman whose dismembered body was found at Pheasants Nest, south-west of Sydney.Man accused of dismembering wife.
The remains were found at three separate locations between Sunday and yesterday.
The 33-year-old was spoken to by police at his Epping home and arrested at 1.15am, police said.
Detective Superintendent Geoff Beresford said the body parts of a 33-year-old Sydney woman who had been missing since July 31 had been found.
She had been reported missing by a relative at Eastwood Police Station on August 3.
MAN accused of murdering his missing wife, whose dismembered body parts were found in bushland in Sydney's south, has been refused bail.
Huan Sun, 34, of Epping, appeared briefly at Ryde local court today charged with murdering his wife Ling Mao.
The Daily Telegraph reports he did not apply for bail before magistrate Jennifer Betts, which was formally refused.