Australia's Most Unbelievable True Stories by Jim Haynes

By Jim Haynes

do you know that during 1932 the Australian military used to be known as out to salary struggle on an invading military of 20,000...emus? Or that the 1st royal personage to reach in Australia was once the King of Iceland and he got here as a convict? and the way concerning the spooky phenomenon of the mischief-making Guyra Ghost?

From Jim Haynes, one among our such a lot profitable and prolific tellers of yarns and bush stories, comes this final choice of incredible real Australian tales: the unknown, the forgotten, the astonishing, the actually bizarre and the thoroughly inexplicable.

Told with a clean understatement, Australia's so much incredible precise Stories vividly inspires a vanishing Australia whilst something was once attainable, whilst characters have been better than lifestyles and the unusual and unusual have been normal.

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