In Episode 6 – Greta Part 2, we continue our detailed exploration of Ned Kelly & the Kelly Gang.
The Kelly family, having selected a small holding near Greta in North Eastern Victoria, embed themselves in the local community, but petty crime brings them to the attention of the authorities and they become a ‘problem’ for the local squatters.
Ned is 14 years old and he will soon be defending some very serious charges….
References for Episode 6 – Greta Part 2: Young Kelly
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