The Irishmans furniture warehouse in Melbourne’s CBD, the site of one of the most infamous and notorious murders of the 20th century, is a dark place of death.
The Irishmen furniture warehouse was the scene of the notorious and bloody death of John Lennon, a former member of the band The Beatles, on April 20, 1970.
In a video that surfaced online last week, Mr Lennon, who was also a singer with The Beatles at the time, is seen being shot in the head and his bloodied face is left in a cardboard box by the front door.
“I’m not a bloody liar.
I didn’t kill anyone.
I killed myself.
I’m sorry,” he says in the video.
It’s like a ghost town. “
This place is haunted.
In the video, Mr Lee is seen speaking to police and pleading with them to find his killer. “
It’s the last place I want to go.”
In the video, Mr Lee is seen speaking to police and pleading with them to find his killer.
He was killed in his home after leaving a party.
A series of police investigations and interviews have since shown the Irishmans warehouse was also the scene in 1976 of the fatal shooting of a man in his 20s by police.
He had been beaten, kicked and punched by two officers.
In an interview with the ABC, the man’s mother said he had told her about a group of men who had attacked her son.
“He’s just been left there and left alone, without a name, without an identity,” she said.
“You don’t know who you’re dealing with, and that’s a bad feeling.”
The Irish men furniture warehouse is now a memorial to John Lennon and The Beatles.
But many believe it was also one of many murder sites across Australia that are still being investigated by the police.