CCTV SHOWS FINAL MOMENTS OF MELBOURNE SOCIALITE FOUND DEAD

Chilling CCTV footage has emerged showing the final moments in the life of murdered Melbourne socialite Jeanette Moss. The case has baffled police, who have no suspects and no motive.

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Moss: Mosses are a botanical division of small, soft plants that are typically 110cm tall, though some species are much larger, like Dawsonia, the tallest moss in the world which can grow to 50cm in height. They commonly grow close together in clumps or mats in damp or shady locations. They do not have