On the same beach where Toyah Cordingley was killed, it is alleged that a predator sexually assaulted a young tourist who was there as a tourist …
Toyah Cordingley Biography
A teenage visitor who was there as a tourist is accused of being sexually abused by a predator on the same beach where Toyah Cordingley was killed.
The region around Wangetti Beach in Far North Queensland has a disturbing crime history that includes rape, paedophilia, and torture in only the last five years.
Ms. Cordingley, who was 24 years old at the time, was attacked while walking her dog along the beach on October 21, 2018, and her naked body was later abandoned in the dunes.
In practically every street in Cairns, Ms. Cordingley’s name continues to be displayed in store windows, on posters hung from trees, and on bumper stickers four years after her passing.
In the previous four years, Cairns entrepreneur Steve Parsonage created 38,000 stickers in response to customer requests.
Mr. Parsonage stated, “It’s quite terrible, and we wanted to help in any way that we could.”
Although there aren’t as many people asking for stickers now as there once were, it still happens.
The animal shelter where Ms. Cordingley worked, Paws and Claws, has received funding to open a special area in a renovated kennel in her honour.
On Friday evening, a modest gathering will be held at a monument dedicated to Toyah Cordingley. (Kristy Sexton-McGrath of ABC News)
Numerous locales, including Spain, the Sahara Desert, and German castles, have thousands of stones bearing her name.
On Friday evening, Mr. Trimble announced, a gathering will be gathered at her grave at Wangetti Beach to commemorate the passing of the woman four years earlier.