Burrowa News (NSW : 1874 – 1951), Friday 2 July 1880, page 2 GLENROWAN STUCK-UP. […] THE POSTMASTER INTERVIEWED. Next door to the police station is the post-office of Glenrowan, and on the Sunday night Mr. Reynolds, the post-master, was interviewed by Kelly as to where constable Bracken was to be found. Kelly, by his […]
An exploration of how an understanding of psychology can help turn historical figures into fully fleshed and authentic characters.
“Still, better than a wombat hole, hey, McIntyre?”
Ned Kelly gave forewarning of the scale of his Glenrowan plot, as well as some of the motivation behind it, in the letters he wrote with Joe Byrne at Euroa and Jerilderie. At the time these seemed to be more or less hollow threats, but following the Glenrowan tragedy they are almost chilling in their forewarning.
Constable James Arthur’s recollections of the siege given to the Royal Commission.
Witness testimony of Constable William Phillips regarding his involvement in the Kelly pursuit and the siege of Glenrowan.
Coming late June 2022…
Evidence from Constable Dwyer to the 1881 Royal Commission.
Testimony given by Senior-Constable John Kelly regarding his involvement in the Kelly pursuit and the Glenrowan siege.
A brief biography of the man that hanged Ned Kelly.