Henry Keogh spent more than 20 years behind bars for murder.
The divorced father-of-three became known as the “body in the bath” killer and his case continues to divide the Adelaide community.
In March 1994, the 38-year-old was just six weeks away from marrying his 29-year-old fiancée, Anna-Jane Cheney.
According to The Inquirer, the couple’s relationship began as a secretive two-year affair. Henry would later leave his wife and his three young daughters to be with Anna-Jane.
On a fresh autumn night, the couple enjoyed a few drinks after work at the Norwood Hotel. They had several glasses of wine and shared some potato wedges.
They then returned to the home they shared in Adelaide’s north-eastern suburb of Magill.
Anna-Jane complained of a sore back and decided to take a bath, while Henry went to visit his mother who lived nearby.
When Henry returned home around 8.15pm that night, he found Anna-Jane’s lifeless body submerged in the bath.
He tried to perform CPR on his fiancée and called emergency services.
At first authorities believed it was a terrible accident, Anna-Jane had slipped in the bath, knocked her head and fallen unconscious underwater.