As a journalist of 30 years, Andrea’s work appears in Insider.com and Australia's biggest circulating powerhouse dailies The Daily Telegraph and Melbourne's Herald-Sun. She writes for the New York Post, Business Insider and has appeared on Inside Edition USA discussing the Bali Suitcase killer Heather Mack.
A gruesome murder on the island of Bali, where a daughter and her boyfriend plotted and then killed her mother before stuffing the corpse into a suitcase. Andrea has followed the story from the beginning to its dramatic close in a book that promises to be an important true crime highlight in 2024. Watch this space.
'Suitcase Killer' Heather Mack has admitted her role in her mother's murder during their luxury holiday to Bali.
Appearing shackled, in an orange jumpsuit, Mack, 27, pleaded guilty Friday in federal court in Chicago to one count of conspiring to murder a US citizen in a foreign country.
Bali has become the land of sand, sun — and schemes. Charmed by Instagram accounts, soul-seeking Americans are flocking to the Indonesian island to reinvent themselves as travel influencers, yoga instructors, life coaches and sex gurus. And they’re ripe for get-rich-quick hustles. https://nypost.com/2023/05/29/bali-locals-sick-of-tourists-seeking-enlightenmentand-money/
An American influencer is living in fear on the paradise island of Bali after an alleged online stalker has landed in Indonesia and threatened to kidnap her. American influencer living in Bali: Police won’t stop my stalker
Elephant experts are defending the animals’ reputation after it was reported that a pachyderm bit and broke a woman’s arm at a Bali animal park that has been visited by Kim Kardashian, Julia Roberts and David Beckham. https://nypost.com/2023/06/08/elephant-could-not-bite-woman-because-it-lacks-teeth-owner/
Deep in the recesses of an opulent sofa in a luxurious villa over looking the ocean sits the greatest art forger of our time. Read more ... https://www.theyakmag.com/says-crime-doesnt-pay/
Bonking in Bali will be banned unless you're married. My story that appeared under my pen name Ondy Harvard that appeared in The Daily Telegraph. A step too far?
Andrea Dixon (aka Ondy Sweeting) chows down to the grooves of a sound frequency that vibrates the vinaigrette and rocks that ragout. The Edible Audio Works has landed. Photo: Anthony Dodds. Read more ... https://www.theyakmag.com/edible-audio/
After spending nearly two years in a Chicago prison, Heather Mack faces 28 years in prison for her role in her socialite mother's murder.
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