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Vampire Killer Tracey Wigginton's disturbing new posts

9News.com.au logo 9News.com.au 11/02/2019 Tim Arvier

GRAPHIC WARNING: The following story may be distressing to some readers.

An exclusive 9News investigation has uncovered disturbing new posts by the infamous "Vampire Killer" Tracey Wigginton. 

The now-54-year-old is serving a life sentence for the 1989 murder of Edward Baldock, but was released on parole in 2012. 

Since then she has posted images containing images of vampires, skeletons, and even real human remains. 

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It's horrified the Baldock family, after Wigginton made international headlines when she murdered their innocent father and grandfather, Edward - stabbing him 27 times before drinking his blood. 

Still on parole, Wigginton's public posts on Facebook under the assumed name "Oberon Fairchild" include an image with a reference to people being eaten.

One meme also stated: "Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good with ketchup." Another image appears to be a warning: "Now panic because I'm back f---ers".

a close up of a piece of paper: A meme posted by Wigginton on Facebook under the assumed name 'Oberon Fairchild' reference people being eaten. © 9NEWS A meme posted by Wigginton on Facebook under the assumed name 'Oberon Fairchild' reference people being eaten.

The 1989 killing in Brisbane's West End was quickly solved by detectives who also found a stolen tombstone and pictures of grave sites in Wigginton's apartment. 

9News has interviewed the officers that lead that investigation, Pat Glancy and Mick Austin. They say the posts are disturbing and her parole should be reviewed. 

"The purpose of the murder was for her to be able to drink human blood and that was achieved," Austin said. 

a man smiling for the camera: One of the officers that lead the investigation into the killing, Mick Austin, said Wigginton's parole should be reviewed over the posts. © 9NEWS/Supplied One of the officers that lead the investigation into the killing, Mick Austin, said Wigginton's parole should be reviewed over the posts.

"There was a degree of Satanism involved and witchery.

"According to her associates who were involved at the scene of the crime she considered herself to be a white witch and she had to consume blood to maintain that witchery aspect.

"She showed absolutely no pity for the victim - didn't treat him as a human being. It was just a means for her to achieve her end." 

a man smiling for the camera: Meanwhile, Austin's partner, Pat Clancy, told 9News Wigginton is a 'big bully' and someone who is 'enjoying the notoriety'. © 9NEWS/Supplied Meanwhile, Austin's partner, Pat Clancy, told 9News Wigginton is a 'big bully' and someone who is 'enjoying the notoriety'.

Glancy describes Wigginton as "a big bully" who was "enjoying the notoriety".

Back in 1989, Wigginton initially denied she knew anything about the murder, but later crumbled in a police interview. 

"I then withdrew the blade and I stabbed him in the side of the neck. I stabbed him in the other side of the neck and I continuously stabbed him," she said. 

a man and a woman sitting at a table in a restaurant: Wigginton stabbed Baldock 27 times in the vicious 1989 murder. © 9NEWS Wigginton stabbed Baldock 27 times in the vicious 1989 murder.

"He was making a gargling sound. I knew the blood was coming out of this mouth. I then sat down in front of the tilt-a-doors and I watched him die." 

9News tracked Tracey Wigginton down to Tamborine, north-west of the Gold Coast, where she now lives.

Under Queensland law, reporters aren't allowed to record an interview with a parolee, so 9News was unable to ask her questions about the posts.

a man wearing a suit and tie: The Baldock family have told 9News the uncovered social media posts are distressing. © Supplied The Baldock family have told 9News the uncovered social media posts are distressing.

The Baldock family have told 9 News though, that they find the posts distressing, while Queensland Corrective Services did not answer any of the questions sent by 9News, saying they did not discuss individual prisoners.

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