MYALL CREEK OFFICIAL PROMOTION VIDEO (8:43)
SBS – A DESCENDANT OF THE PERPETRATORS COMES TO MYALL CREEK (8:46)
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ONLINE MASSACRE MAP OF AUSTRALIA
Note this map does not show all the massacres. Listed massacres have to have had two independent sources of corroboration. Also listed are those of six persons or over. Of course there were many others who lie outside those criteria, and others just unknown.
TODAY WE’RE ALIVE Linden Wilkenson
Entirely based on interviews of those involved now in the ongoing Myall Creek story, a gripping stage play telling to story of Myall Creek. Watch this short (3.33) preview
AUSTRALIA ON TRIAL ABC 2011.
Massacre at Myall Creek (57:21) This production is based on the trials. As a dramatic production, some events have been adapted.
“Demons At Dusk” by Peter Stewart is an historical novel based on the massacre at Myall Creek in 1838. It is a story of love and courage, betrayal and tragedy, mystery and deceit and the strength of the human spirit.
“…..every Australian should read this book. Demons at Dusk is an extremely powerful account of one of the most tragic and remarkable chapters of Australia’s history…reading it helped me understand my own country.”
Peter FitzSimons. Sydney Morning Herald.
Remembering the Myall Creek Massacre is edited by Jane Lydon and Lyndall Ryan. The 1838 Myall Creek Massacre is remembered for the brutality of the crime committed by white settlers against innocent Aboriginal men, women and children, but also because eleven of the twelve assassins were arrested and brought to trial. Amid tremendous controversy, seven were hanged.
Murder at Myall Creek by Mark Tedeschi QC. One of the most shocking murder trials in Australia’s legal history, and the tribulations of the prosecutor who conducted it. From the bestselling author of Kidnapped and Eugenia, Murder at Myall Creek follows the journey of the man who who arguably achieved more for modern-day civil rights in Australia than anyone else before or since.