Spotlight: THE CHAMBER OF HORRORS

Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW : 1895 – 1930), Sunday 13 July 1913, page 22 ‘THE CHAMBER OF HORRORS’ Some of the Grim Mementoes of Australia’s Criminal History Contained in the Sydney Police Museum. FAMOUS CASES RECALLED. The first impression one gains of the interior of the musuem, attached to the New South Wales Police Department, in Hunterstreet, Sydney, is that of a second-hand shop. It contains everything to convey this idea— but there is a difference — goods are not for sale. No amount of money could purchase even the smallest article in that closely-guarded room. It is safe to … Continue reading Spotlight: THE CHAMBER OF HORRORS

Jimmy Governor: An Overview

Few bushrangers have such a horrific and blood soaked history as Jimmy Governor, the Aboriginal bandit who struck terror in New South Wales at the turn of the last century. Governor ended the lives of nine people, mostly women and children, and signified the end of the colonial era in Australia with his three month rampage at the dawn of federation. Continue reading Jimmy Governor: An Overview