Bruce Schuler enjoyed the lifestyle of gold fossicking. It gave the retired builder a sense of purpose, of comradeship with like-minded mates, and the thrill of the chase for gold.
He was doing just that, prospecting with his metal detector in a dry gully on the Palmer River, on that day in July 2012.
Then two shots rang out and he was never seen again.
Palmerville Station leaseholders Stephen Struber and his wife, Dianne, were convicted of his cold-blooded murder and sentenced to life in prison.
When the no body, no parole rule was enacted in Queensland Parliament in 2017, it meant the killers will remain behind bars until they reveal the whereabouts of Schuler’s remains.
But they still refuse. The mystery is why. Facing life with no chance of parole, means they will die in prison.
Why won’t they talk? Where is Bruce Schuler?
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