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Former Willagee home of serial killers David and Catherine Birnie changes hands


An unassuming Perth home once lived in by notorious WA serial killers Catherine and David Birnie has a new owner.

The Birnies abducted five women and murdered four — including two at the Willagee home — during their sinister spree in the 1980s.

This week it was revealed the Moorhouse Street property was under new ownership, having sold for $425,000.

Camera IconThe Willagee home was sold at a discounted price. Credit: Realestate.com.au
The Birnies abducted five women and murdered four — including two at the Willagee home.
Camera IconThe Birnies abducted five women and murdered…



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