38-year-old publisher, activist and heiress Juanita Nielsen was known for her towering beehive, style, and above all else – her courage. Undaunted by power, Juanita campaigned against real estate development in her beautiful and dangerous inner-city neighbourhood of Kings Cross, Sydney. She took on wealthy and powerful and fought for the right of low-income people to live on Victoria Street when their homes and lives were threatened by violence and greed. She was never seen again. Her ‘disappearance’ in 1975 has forever haunted Sydney. She is believed to have been murdered but no-one close to the crime has talked. Beyond a journey into who Juanita was, as told to us by her former lover and people who knew her, as well as the editorials she wrote in her newspaper NOW, the work speaks to the enduring issues of housing affordability and development in Sydney, corruption, crime, violence against women, clubs, performers, trade union activism and policing sex work.