Nepean Times (Penrith, NSW : 1882 – 1962), Saturday 22 February 1930, page 3 Ned Kelly’s Last Stand ONE GLENROWAN SURVIVOR During the last few moments of freedom enjoyed by Ned Kelly he waged a revolver duel at close quarters with Jesse Dowsett, the guard of the railway train that had taken the police to […]Read More Ned Kelly’s Last Stand – ONE GLENROWAN SURVIVOR
To date the most accurate dramatic on-screen depiction of the Kelly story is the 1980 television mini-series The Last Outlaw. Though far from perfect, it comes very close at times to being spot on. The series was originally imagined as a sprawling epic over around a dozen movie-length episodes like the previous production by the […]Read More Glenrowan on Film: The Last Outlaw
An account of the events at Glenrowan told by the medic who attended Superintendent Hare and Ned Kelly.Read More DR. NICHOLSON’S ACCOUNT
A look at how the Glenrowan siege was presented by the film The Glenrowan Affair.Read More Glenrowan on Film: The Glenrowan Affair
How was the Glenrowan Siege portrayed in Justin Kurzel’s adaptation of Peter Carey’s novel, and how does it compare to what we know of the history?Read More Glenrowan on Film: True History of the Kelly Gang
Extracts from Superintendent John Sadleir’s memoirs concerning the Glenrowan Siege and the events that led to it.Read More Supt. Sadleir’s recollections
A first-hand account of Jesse Dowsett’s rescue of Margaret Reardon and his involvement in Ned Kelly’s capture.Read More STATEMENT OF GUARD DOWSETT.