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In June 2014, three women from the village of Gheluvelt, in northern New Zealand, were found hanged at a railway station in the remote north-western city of Dunedin

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In June 2014, three women from the village of Gheluvelt, in northern New Zealand, were found hanged at a railway station in the remote north-western city of Dunedin. The deaths brought an end to a murder inquiry into the deaths of three women who had been found dead in remote rural areas of New Zealand. The women were Ewen Evans, 35, Melissa Aikau, 32, and Lucy Cafferkey, 20. They were found by train at Gheluvelt station in the New Zealand state of New Zealand on 19 June 2014. All three women were bound and gagged. They had been sexually assaulted and their throats had been slashed. Three days later, the bodies of the three women were recovered, their throats bound and their bodies dismembered. They were Ewen Evans’s sister, Lucy Cafferkey’s aunt and her grandmother. All three women had been living in a remote area of the North Island in

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