Episode 10 continues the story of the Police/Kelly confrontation, and the following events set in motion, once McIntyre made it back to Mansfield and to raise the alarm.
The public were shocked, the police alarmed and the Mansfield community devastated. The Victorian government was to take drastic action to try and bring the Gang to justice.
From the Bushranger theme, this episode continues our detailed exploration of Ned Kelly & the Kelly Gang. (50 mins)
10 – Stringybark Creek Pt 2: REFERENCES
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