Debbie Malone says she knows exactly what happened to the late mother of two children, Lyn Dawson, after she was last seen on the beaches north of Sydney 36 years ago.
According to Malone, Ms. Dawson has given her all the disturbing details in a series of graphic messages from beyond the grave.
The psychic medium states that Mrs. Dawson was murdered and buried under file and carpet on the Bayview scrub property she shared with her husband, school teacher Chris, perhaps near a retaining wall.
What's more, Malone believes that Mrs. Dawson can see her husband withering under the pressure of being publicly blamed for his murder and enjoying the show.
Malone is in contact with members of Mrs. Dawson's family who believe what she has told them about the disappearance and the final destiny of the 33 years.
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Debbie Malone is a psychic medium who has tried to help Lyn Dawson's family discover what happened to the missing mother-of-two. She believes that Lyn was murdered and buried in 1982
Lyn Dawson was a devoted mother whose family says she would never have left her two children. She is photographed here with her daughter Shanelle, who was four years old when the nurse disappeared
The old house of the Dawson family on Gilwinga Drive, Bayview. A pink cardigan that had belonged to Lyn Dawson was found when the police searched an area near the pool
Malone, who claims to have helped solve some of the most perplexing murders in the nation, has helped Ms. Dawson's family seek the truth of what happened to the registered nurse.
Her first contact with the family came after the Australian story of ABC broadcast an episode about the mystery in 2003, when the producers of that program put her in touch with Mrs. Dawson's brothers.
Malone had only seen the last 10 minutes of the program, but felt an immediate connection with the missing woman and felt that he could probably help.
"After seeing the end, she was with me." She would not leave me alone. Lyn started talking to me.
"As soon as I started looking, I thought she was close to me." He began to fill in the missing pieces about what had happened to him.
Ms. Dawson has been missing since January 1982, when, according to her then husband, school teacher Chris, she left her marriage to take a short break.
That marriage had serious problems, with Chris in a love affair with nanny Joanne Curtis, with whom he had had sex since he was his 16-year-old student at Cromer High.
Chris Dawson has always denied having anything to do with the disappearance of his wife and has never been charged with any crime. Now lives near Noosa on Queensland's Sunshine Coast
Chris and Lyn Dawson with their daughter Shanelle. Lyn has been missing since January 1982. Psychic Debbie Malone believes that Mrs. Dawson was buried somewhere near the family home
Joanne Curtis (center) with Shanelle and Sherryn, her school lover, the children of Chris Dawson. Ms. Curtis takes care of the girls and then became her stepmother when she married Chris
After Ms. Dawson disappeared, Joanne Curtis moved into the family home, becoming a stepmother to the couple's daughters, Shanelle, four, and Sherryn, two.
He later married Chris Dawson and they had a daughter, Kristen. That marriage ended when Joanne left 28 years ago.
Two forensic doctors have since found that Ms. Dawson is dead and have recommended her husband be prosecuted for his murder.
The case has been the subject of regular media attention, including television shows like Australian Story, but it has gained international attention through a recent series of podcasts.
The Teacher's Pet, produced by The Australian newspaper, has been downloaded more than 17 million times and has reawakened public interest in the death of Mrs. Dawson.
Malone considers herself to be Australia's "No. 1 psychic detective" and has used what she says is an ability to talk to the dead to help the police investigate other murders in the past.
She is the author of books such as Clues from Beyond (2017), which had a chapter on the Dawson case removed before publication due to legal reasons.
Debbie Malone accompanied Lyn Dawson's siblings Pat Jenkins and Greg Simms to the Bayview property (pictured) where she believes the missing mother of two is buried
His latest work is Always With You, a collection of true love stories from beyond the grave & # 39;
"These incredible real stories from Australia explore issues about the human soul and the spirit world, as Debbie shares powerful messages from deceased loved ones on the other side to provide comfort, closure and healing," says the editor.
Malone says he has helped law enforcement throughout Australia in the investigation of missing persons and murders over the past two decades, and has given messages of the dead to the families of the victims.
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE MOTHER WHO MISSED TWO LYN DAWSON?
1970: Lynette Joy Simms marries the soccer player Christopher Michael Dawson. Both are 21 years old and then have two daughters, first Shanelle and then Sherryn
1980: Dawson, who retired from the rugby league to become a physical education teacher, starts an adventure with 16-year-old Joanne Curtis at Cromer High School on the beaches of North Sydney.
1981: Dawson persuades Mrs. Dawson to let Joanne move into her home to get away from her violent stepfather and finish her High School Certificate
December 1981: Dawson and his young lover escape together to Queensland, but Mrs. Curtis changes her mind and they return to Sydney.
January 8, 1982: Mrs. and Mrs. Dawson go to marriage counseling. Ms. Dawson's mother speaks on the phone with her daughter, who is not a heavy drinker, and thinks she sounds "dazed".
January 9, 1982: Dawson says he left his wife at the Mona Vale bus stop to go shopping in Chatswood. Mrs. Dawson does not get to know her mother, husband and children in Northbridge Baths. Dawson says his wife called him and said he needed time for herself
January 10 or 11, 1982: Dawson picks up Joanne from South West Rocks, on the north coast of NSW, and she moves into his house. He reports that his wife disappeared six weeks later.
1983-85: Dawson divorces his missing wife and marries Joanne. Newlyweds move to Queensland, where Joanne has the couple's daughter, Kristen
1990: Mr. Dawson and Joanne split up. She returns to Sydney and urges the police to search her old garden for a body
2000: Ms. Dawson's pink knit jacket is found during a police dig at the former family property in Bayview
2001 and 2003: Two forensics discover that Ms. Dawson was killed by a "known person", Chris Dawson, but is not charged with any crime
2006: An episode of the British television series Antiques Roadshow is filmed in Padstow, Cornwall. Dawson later claims that a woman seen in the background of the episode could be his missing wife
2018: The police prepare another report for the Director of Public Prosecutions of New South Wales. The Australian releases his podcast, The Teacher & # 39; s Pet, on the case
She claims to have started seeing dead people after six near-death experiences due to illness, although she already had terrifying visions as a child.
With experience in graphic design, Malone says he would never have chosen to be a psychic medium as his line of work. She sees her work as a "big responsibility" and takes what she does seriously.
"I understand that not everyone will accept what I do," he wrote previously. "It is not my business what others think of me."
Debbie Malone says she feels a "great responsibility" towards grieving families when communicating with homicide victims
I'm not here to change people's belief systems. However, I would like to open their minds to the possibility that life exists beyond the grave and give voice to the victims of crime. "
Two Sydney crimes that caught her attention were the death in 2010 of six-year-old Kiesha Weippeart, murdered by her mother Kristi Abrahams, and the 1995 disappearance of 74-year-old Dorothy Davis, attributed to double murderer Bruce Burrell.
Now he would like to see the Dawson case resolved.
Fifteen years ago, Lyn Dawson's sister, Pat Jenkins, and her brother Greg Simms gave Malone a watch and a bracelet belonging to his missing brother, as well as several photographs.
Malone could quickly declare that Mrs. Dawson was dead and that she had encountered foul play.
"She told me that she had never left the house and that she was close to the house."
"Then he showed me a bushy area and he kept talking about the girls, he would never leave the girls, and that's something that bothered her the most.
"She told me that she had received a" barter. "That they had had some disagreements and that he felt he was no longer attracted to her and that she had become very disheveled and unattractive.
"She told me that she had received a 'change'. That they had had some disagreements and that he felt he was no longer attracted to her …
"He kept talking about how he had changed her for a younger model."
Malone describes what he does to contact dead people as psychometry: the supposed ability to learn facts about a person or an event by touching inanimate objects associated with them.
"I can see, feel and hear," he said.
It is evident that their readings will not work by themselves in the courts, but in the past they have been used to provide lines of research and give comfort to bereaved relatives.
"I just want to close them," he said of Mrs. Dawson's relatives.
Bruce Burrell, who murdered retired Dorothy Davis and her mother Kerry Whelan in the photo in front of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2002. Debbie Malone offered advice on the disappearance of Mrs. Davis
Kristi Abrahams was imprisoned for the murder in 2010 of her six-year-old daughter Kiesha. Psychic Debbie Malone cites Kiesha's death as one of the homicides she helped investigate
The police are generally skeptical of psychics, but some officers who face an apparently hopeless investigation have been willing to apply Malone's methods.
"It is the policy of the New South Wales Police that, although we welcome information from community members about our cases, we do not consult psychics," said a police spokeswoman.
Former Victorian detectives sergeant-turned-writer Colin McLaren was quoted in Clues From Beyond: "Today any detective at the top of the game will have highly accredited psychics in his accessory bag, along with forensic analysis, fingerprints and DNA."
NSW Detective Sergeant Damian Loone, who again investigated the disappearance of Lyn Dawson, was present when Malone met her brothers at Mrs. Jenkins' house in 2003.
Malone said he knew little about Mrs. Dawson before his session with Mrs. Jenkins and Mr. Simms, but much of what he said matched the things that Detective Sergeant Loone already knew.
Kiesha Weippeart (left) was murdered by her mother, Kristi Abrahams. Dorothy Davis (right) was murdered by Bruce Burrell. Debbie Malone says she provided assistance in both cases of homicide
The psychic then visited the Dawson family home on Gilwinga Drive in Bayview with Mr. Simms and Mrs. Jenkins, feeling that the missing mother was still there.
"I went to the back of the property with the family," he said. "I think it's still on the property."
"I feel like he put a lime on it and I felt there was a plastic bag that could have been put on his head."
"I saw him throw white powder on his body, throw water and then put a beige plush carpet on the top and then I saw it covered with dirt."
Malone believes that Ms. Dawson could be buried under a retaining wall. "I feel like they need to look towards the back of the house where the retaining wall is."
And he feels that the case will be resolved soon. & # 39; I think so & # 39; he said. & # 39; I feel it will be in the next 12 months.
"I feel that there is finally momentum and new eyes are looking at the case."
Chris and Lyn Dawson on their wedding day (left) and Lyn with their daughter Shanelle (right)
Malone said that Ms. Dawson was enjoying the present discomfort of her ex-husband after recent interest in what happened to his wife.
"I just do not think his health is as good as it was," he said.
"And what Lyn told me and what he laughs at most about her is that now he, who was so full of himself and so concerned about his appearance, has now lost his appearance.
"It's as if time had reached him and now he knows what it feels like to be rejected."
Mr. Simms, a former police officer, appreciated what Malone had done for his family.
"She told us things that nobody else knew," he said. "She actually took us to the back of the property in private and told us that Lyn was buried in a specific area."
"Everything she told us we believe."
Mr. Simms is confident that Malone is right when he says that his sister is buried in Bayview.
"I think it's still there somewhere," he said.
The renewed attention in the case had given Mr. Simms the hope that they would find his sister and Mr. Dawson would be prosecuted for his murder.
"We hope we can get it before he decides to abandon this deadly spiral," he said.
"We have always had the hope of obtaining a result, especially with the two forensic hearings where both reached the same conclusion.
& # 39; This is the best opportunity we've had in a long time. We will continue sailing that wave until we go to the beach. "
Lyn and Chris Dawson's daughter, Shanelle, will star in a 60-minute interview on the Nine network on Sunday night.
There is a $ 200,000 reward for anyone with information leading to the arrest and conviction of Lyn Dawson's killer. Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
Debbie Malone's Always With You is published by Rockpool publication and it is available now. PVP $ 29.99.
Siempre Contigo by Debbie Malone is published by Rockpool Publishing. PVP $ 29.99