The Lust Murder of Elaine O'Hara | Ireland

Aug 02, 09:30 PM

Elaine O’Hara’s remains were found in the Dublin Mountains. Her death revealed a shocking story of lust, deceit and murder.

Childcare worker Elaine O’Hara, was last seen alive in Shanganagh Park, Dublin on 22 August 2012. Her family came to terms with the fact that she had most likely ended her own life. Then, one year late, her remains were discovered at Killakee Mountain, south of Dublin. The investigation into her murder revealed a life of secrets and betrayal. The case blew up in the media, as the story of one of the most shocking crimes in Irish history unfolded.
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