On the 3rd of January 1931, Sydney suffered one of the worst days in Australian police history — the result of a trauma that had festered since a "White Feather" taunt from the Great War. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In Janaury 1931, Australian policing suffered one of its toughest days when two Sydney constables and their comrades came face-to-face with a crazed killer. For more: www.forgottenaustralia.com For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
In 1919 Australia was baffled by a real-life mystery worthy of Sherlock Holmes when the body of a young man was discovered on top of a railway carriage outside Melbourne. Who was he? How had he died? How had he ended up on the roof of a moving train? While there would be an official explanation,...