Erin Patterson told police she, too, was sick from the beef Wellington lunch that police suspect killed her former in-laws and another relative.
- by Chris Vedelago and Marta Pascual Juanola
In her statement to Victoria Police, Erin Patterson claimed she had panicked and dumped a food dehydrator after people began accusing her of intentionally poisoning the meal. She also reveals what she cooked and who ate what.
- by Chris Vedelago
Criminal investigations are rare in the quiet, religious town of Korumburra. Until now, the most recent time the town was connected to a homicide squad probe was two decades ago.
- by Marta Pascual Juanola
The footage sought by police investigating the deaths of three people shows the number plates of vehicles driving in and out of the South Gippsland tip where a food dehydrator was found.
- by Marta Pascual Juanola and Alex Crowe
Tests are being done to see if the appliance is linked to the deaths of three people who ate poisonous mushrooms.
- by John Silvester, Marta Pascual Juanola and Angus Livingston
Erin Patterson had four guests she says she loved and cherished over for lunch at her home on July 29. Now three are dead and police are baffled.
- by Marta Pascual Juanola and Ashleigh McMillan
The homicide squad has been called in after Korumburra pastor Ian Wilkinson and his wife, Heather, along with her sister and brother-in-law, became ill after a meal.
- by Ashleigh McMillan and Marta Pascual Juanola
Two women have died after ingesting poisonous mushrooms at a lunch in Leongatha late last month.
- by Ashleigh McMillan