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ISBN:0862789133
Author: Jane Kelly,Eroline O'Keeffe
ISBN13: 978-0862789138
Title: Fatal Journey: The Murder of Trevor O'Keeffe
Format: mbr doc lit lrf
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Language: English
Category: True Crime
Publisher: O'Brien Press (September 29, 2006)
Pages: 240

Fatal Journey: The Murder of Trevor O'Keeffe by Jane Kelly,Eroline O'Keeffe



Eroline O'Keeffe is Trevor's mother, who led a single-handed campaign to bring a notorious serial killer to justice. Jane Kelly has produced and directed news and current affairs documentaries for the BBC network. She has also produced and directed programmes for Granada Television, UTV, RTE and TG4. Strange how a random meeting can bring so much grief on a family. I sit at a table with Eroline and her sister Noeleen.

On 8 August 1987, the body of nineteen-year-old Trevor O'Keefe was discovered in France. The young Naas hitchhiker had strayed into an area known as the Triangle of Death, where seven young men had already disappeared. A year after Trevor's murder, chief adjutant Pierre Chanal was stopped by police, who found a Hungarian hitchhiker bound and gagged in the back of his van. On 8 August 1987, the body of nineteen-year-old Trevor O'Keefe was discovered in France.

Trevor O'Keeffe (1968 – 8 August 1987) was an Irish man who was murdered while hitchhiking in France. His body was found in a shallow grave, having been strangled  . Mrs. O'Keeffe later wrote a book on her experiences. Roberts, Yvonne (5 May 2007). O'Keeffe, Eroline; Kelly, Jane (2006). Fatal Journey: The Murder of Trevor O'Keeffe. Retrieved 29 January 2008.

A year after Trevor's murder, chief adjutant Pierre Chanal was stopped by police, who found a Hungarian hitchhiker bound and gagged in the back of his van. In 1990 Chanal was convicted of abduction and rape. He was released from prison in 1995. What about her son, Eroline O'Keeffe wanted to know, and those other sons who had disappeared? Although everything pointed to Chanal as the perpetrator, the French justice system and the military seemed uninterested in pursuing the cases. She set about a relentless, of Chanal. O'Keeffe, Eroline, Kelly, Jane.

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LibraryThing members' description. com Product Description (ISBN 0862789133, Paperback). Since 1980, seven young men had disappeared in the so-called 'Triangle of Death' around Mourmelon military camp. A year after O'Keeffe's murder, chief adjutant Pierre Chanal was stopped by police, who found a Hungarian hitchhiker bound and gagged in the back of his van. In 1990 Chanal was convicted of kidnapping and rape.

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Trevor O'Keeffe (1968 – August 8, 1987) was an Irish man who was murdered while hitchhiking in France. Since 1980, seven young men had disappeared in the so called 'Triangle of Death' around Mourmelon military camp  . O'Keefe later wrote a book on her experiences. Fatal Journey: The Murder of Trevor O'Keeffe" by Eroline O'Keeffe with Jane Kelly, O'Briens Books, 2003.

A mother's story of her extraordinary efforts to get justice for her murdered son. On 8 August 1987, the body of nineteen-year old Trevor O'Keeffe was discovered in France. The young hitchhiker had unwittingly strayed into the hunting ground of a serial killer. Since 1980, seven young men had disappeared in the 'Triangle of Death' around Mourmelon military camp. A year after Trevor's murder, chief adjutant Pierre Chanal was stopped by police, who found a Hungarian hitchhiker bound and gagged in the back of his van. In 1990 Chanal was convicted of abduction and rape. He was released from prison in 1995. What about her son, Eroline O'Keeffe wanted to know, and those other sons who had disappeared? Although everything pointed to Chanal as the perpetrator, the French justice system and the military seemed uninterested in pursuing the cases. She set about a relentless, sixteen-year-pursuit of Chanal. She harried the authorities and overcame deliberate obstruction, language barriers and judicial bungling, until, finally, in October 2003, she sat in the courtroom in Marnes for the start of the trial of Chanal for the murder of Trevor. Would she get justice so long denied her?