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Kathleen Forbigg’s Letters and Diary Entries Released for Investigation Reveal Dark Moments in Prison

An investigation into Kathleen Forbigg’s conviction for murdering four children has uncovered a letter her mother wrote from prison about the “black mood” mentioned in her diary.

A second judicial inquiry considers the conviction of Forbigg, 55, for the deaths of Sarah, Lara, Caleb and Patrick, who were under the age of two.

They died separately in the Hunter region of NSW between 1989 and 1999.

At her 2003 trial, the King claimed that Forbigg had suffocated the children, but she said they died of natural causes.

The discovery of a rare genetic mutation that causes sudden death in her two daughters has cast doubt on her beliefs by some experts, but her two sons had the mutation. Not found.

More than 100 pages of letters were submitted to the investigation this week, and Forbigg wrote to her friend Tracy Chapman while in prison.

A childhood friend, Tracy Chapman, received many letters written by Folbigg while in prison. (ABC News: Harriet Tatham )
part of the letter
Forbigg said in the letter that he uses dairy to ditch “negative emotions”.(attached)

In a letter dated over the years, Forbigg wrote that she “got a massive raw deal” in court, struggled to cope in prison, and made noise. I woke up in the middle of the night because of

“I’ve been trying to keep depression at bay. It’s not an easy battle here,” she wrote in March 2003.

“[The noise]is so bad at times. I have a nasty idea about noise makers[that’s]not very similar to mine.

“Stuffin [sic] Just put a tissue in your ear… mute enough to get a good night’s sleep. It is indeed a test of sanity and control. Give me the screaming kids anytime after this experience. ”

part of the letter
Forbigg tried to describe her “black mood” in the letter.(attached)

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2023-02-15/kathleen-folbigg-letters-and-diary-entries-reveal-dark-times/101975654 Kathleen Forbigg’s Letters and Diary Entries Released for Investigation Reveal Dark Moments in Prison

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