A new docuseries on Sky is re-examining the cases of 6 women who went missing in an area dubbed Ireland's "Vanishing Triangle" in the 1990s.
Annie McCarrick, Josephine ‘JoJo’ Dullard, Deirdre Jacob, Fiona Pender, Ciara Breen, and Fiona Sinnott all disappeared without a trace in a small area around the Wicklow Mountains between 1993 and 1998.
The bodies of these women have never been found and no one has ever been charged in connection with their disappearances.
The upcoming docuseries, which premiered on Sky on Sunday, November 12, brings these cases to the light again as it features interviews with Garda detectives and journalists who worked on the cases, as well as friends and families of the missing women.
The documentary makes a case for how some of the cases could be connected, with a big focus on Larry Murphy who was convicted for the rape and attempted murder of a woman from Carlow in 2001.
Six Silent Killings: Ireland’s Vanishing Triangle is available to stream on Sky Documentaries and NOW from Sunday, 12th November.