posted on Nov, 21 2017 @ 04:17 AM
Hopefully I am in the right spot!
Last 6 months or so I have been mulling over something and it has come to the point where I need to ask advice regarding a deceased person/estate and
their beneficiaries. I am a massive fan of photography in urban archaeology/exploration contexts!
I came across an estate of a lady who through subsequent investigations through photographic evidence (including photos of documents) ascertained the
abandoned estate belonged to her or a beneficiary. The items in the estate photographed have immense historical value on a state and federal level, in
What I want to know is, who the heck do I contact regarding the security of the premises? This is Australian Law, and Queensland State law. Do I give
a random Qld journalist the tip or what?"
The items at the premises are of historical value, and in online pictures it looks like someone attempted at one stage to pack up some of the
belongings. The deceased lady died in 2013 but it appears she was in a care home for a fair few years.
Any advice and thoughts appreciated.
And trying not to give out too many details. There really are some awesome artifacts there. And no, QLD police will only look into it if they have
nothing else to do.