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AT about 6. The woman ran home and returned with her husband, who walked into the gravel reserve known as a car parking area for lovers, and people who smoked drugs. The man saw the body of a woman lying in the dirt under overhead telegraph wires, and the couple contacted police.
The dead woman was lying face down. She was naked except for leather braids on a wrist and an ankle. She had suffered several blows to the head, effectively clubbed to death with a heavy, sharp object, possibly a small axe. She also appeared to have been branded: three circular shaped objects formed a triangle of dark red bruises on the woman's back. Ms Henry had likely been tortured, and the reasons are only just beginning to emerge 20 years later. An attempt had also been made to incinerate her body, with charring to her legs, back and head showing she had been partially set alight with petrol.
An autopsy revealed she was four months pregnant. Police matched her fingerprints to their database. Ms Henry had been working as a street prostitute in the infamous Brisbane sex beat, Fortitude Valley.
She had been standing on one of the Valley's notorious corners when she was picked up, murdered and dumped at the gravel pit. As Ms Redmile was lying in intensive care in a coma with severe head injuries, Elizabeth Henry was working the intersection of Harcourt and Brunswick Streets in the Valley. A witness would later tell police that a beige four-wheel-drive utility had "cut off'' another vehicle on Samford Road, which intersects with Bygotts Road at around 5.
A short time later, the witness noticed smoke coming from the area where Ms Henry's body was found. The following day, they went to the site and placed flowers among the police markers at the spot. Ms Henry's parents, Patsy and Hank, revealed that their daughter had battled alcoholism and a personality disorder. She had relinquished custody of three children to her former husband, adopted another child out and entrusted the other two to her older sister. Her sister, Jenny, said Ms Henry had been poor and homeless and had only worked as a prostitute out of necessity rather than choice.