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Dept of Psychology, Univ. Plenary Address. Brown Bag Seminar. Implications of the unusual properties of the dopamine neurons that project to prefrontal cortex. Keynote Address for parents. Keynote Address for clinicians. Aspects of the environment and genetics that affect executive functions for good and for ill. Some implications of unusual properties of the dopamine system in prefrontal cortex for stress vulnerability and treatment of ADHD. A brief overview of executive functions: What they are, their neural basis, and what affects them.

What does, and does not, improve executive functions, and why. July 28, Andrew's Episcopal School. Potomac, MD. July 22, How executive functions like self-control, selective attention, and working memory can be improved in young children.

Elementary Academy. May 29, The pandemic is showing in stark relief the wisdom of Montessori practices. The pre-recorded video of the talk appeared online from May with the discussion live on May May 5, Techniques for improving executive functions.

Continuing Ed. April 19, Frontal lobe and executive functions. Invited guest lecture. March 27, Relationship between motor activity and executive functions. March 2, Executive functions and mindful movement. Relations between social and emotional well-being and executive functions: What the research shows. Invited Public Lecture.

The science of attention and executive function: Joyful ways to improve thinking, reasoning, and self-control. Continuing Education credits provided. Is even mild stress ever really a good thing? Social Science Foo Camp How stress affects executive functions and practical ways to improve EFs. Invited talk for the 40 teachers finishing a Specialization in Neuroscience Applied to Education.

What neuroscience says about how stress affects executive functions and how to minimize those effects. Effects of stress on executive functions and joyful ways to improve executive functions. Invited online talk to parents. Effects of stress on prefrontal cortex, and factors that can help minimize negative effects and improve executive functions. Los Angeles County Dept.

Techniques for improving executive functions that teachers can use, and why doing so is so important for learning. May 22, March 25, Executive functions in children. Ways to help children thrive. Treating physical health, without also addressing social and emotional health is less efficient or effective. Effects of early life trauma and scientific insights into what can help promote resilience. Reclaim the education of your children and the healing of yourself and others.

Invited workshop. Some implications of the unusual properties of the dopamine neurons that project to prefrontal cortex. Interrelations of executive functions with emotional, social, and physical well-being: How can we help more children thrive?

Addressing the seeming contradiction: People who are more physically active and better aerobically fit have better executive functions, but most aerobic-exercise and resistance-training interventions have produced little or no benefit to executive functions.

What can be done to treat or prevent the sequelae of early life trauma? July 29, Workshop on trauma. July 24, What if Montessori principles were applied to more than just education?

July 9, June 1, May 11, What are executive functions and what works to help improve them? May 7, What characteristics might physical and mental activities need so they yield the most benefit to executive functions. May 4, How executive functions like self-control, selective attention, and working memory can be improved. April 27, What can we learn from executive function research and the arts to help all children thrive?

March 18, Surprising approaches to boosting brain power for you and your kids. Insights from neuroscience and psychology: What we all need to thrive. What can I say that would be helpful to you? Some potentially surprising insights into what aid and impair executive functions.

Tea and conversation with Adele Diamond. Children need to feel proud of who they are. Effects of early adverse experiences on the brain. Interrelations of executive functions with emotional, social, and physical health. Understanding the mechanisms by which adverse childhood experiences can have long-term adverse consequences.

Breaking the cycle: Methods and strategies for protecting children against, and recovering from, adverse childhood experiences and PTSD. Not just some of the children: All the children. July 26, What executive functions are and some tests used to measure them. June 18, The importance of social and emotional health for brain health: The case of prefrontal cortex and executive functions. June 14, What are executive functions and why are they relevant in the 21st century?

June 12, June 7, Helping every child to succeed. Keynote address. May 28, Executive functions: What they are, how they unfold during development, how to assess them, and ways to improve them. Invited all-day 6 hour talk. May 19, Insights from psychology and neuroscience to help you succeed in university and on the job market. May 14, May 3, Executive functions in the early years. April 21, What executive functions are, their importance for education, and how to aid their development.

April 20, Invited evening talk to parents. April 4, DDiamond, A. March 31, March 16, How you, personally, can help your child thrive by following just a few simple principles. The importance of engaging in non-academic pursuits to improve academic achievement.

Brock House Society. Vancouver, BC. Why youth act the way they do: The impacts of stress and trauma on child and youth brain development and behavior. July 6, Morning: Effects of early life trauma. Afternoon: What we know about the brain and child development to help promote resilience. May 26, Effects of early life trauma and what we know about the brain and child development to help promote resilience.

May 25, Evidence-based strategies for improving executive functions and the relation of that to academic, health and well-being outcomes. Diamond, Adele. May 17, How the arts and play can help improve executive functions. Invited public talk. May 13, How the arts and play can help improve the executive functions of our brains. Biochemical and environmental influences on executive functions and clinical implications. What executive functions are and why nurturing the whole child may be critical for achieving the academic outcomes we all want for our children.

What executive functions are and how to aid their development. Development of executive functions in young children, and the importance of executive functions for learning. April 13, Invited public talk at press conference. April 12, What characteristics might physical activities need so they yield the most benefit to executive functions? March 21, March 7, Education that works: Serious business like learning can, and should, be joyful. March 3, Measuring and assessing executive function skills.

Insights from neuroscience and psychology to help you succeed at university and in life. Invited talk to students and faculty, St. Neurobiological impacts of gonadal hormones, COMT genotype, and early life stress and adversity on prefrontal cortex and executive functions.

Principles and strategies for aiding the development of executive functions. Invited talk, Psychology Dept. Colloquium, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. Biological and psychological effects of early life trauma: What can be done to treat or prevent those sequelae? Environmental influences on the neurocognitive development of executive functions. Invited talk, Edmond J.

Interactions between executive functions and language in preschool and school-age children. Understanding biological and environmental influences on executive functions. Beer Sheva, Israel. What have we learned from attempts to try to improve executive functions? Brief closing remarks. Education that works. Leveraging what we have learned from neuroscience research: Why the arts are so important for brain development and for helping children thrive.

Invited 3-hour workshop. Invited all-day workshop. Joy is not the opposite of serious: The arts, play, and physical activity aid cognitive development. Invited evening talk to parents and the community. Executive functions: What they are, their importance for education, and how to improve them. July 8, Helping children with behavioral, learning, or physical challenges to be all they can be. June 9, What characteristics does a physical activity need for it to improve cognition, including executive functions?

Relax, embrace yourself and life, and be there for others. What children need most: What moms need so they have the emotional and cognitive resources to provide that. April 30, Operation Med School, a one-day conference run by, and for, high school students aspiring to go to medical school, Vancouver, BC. April 16, What children need most and why executive functions are so important.

April 7, Executive functions and the brain. Afternoon talk for teachers: Practical talk about improving teaching practices. April 5, The foundation children need to thrive in school and in life. March 22, An in-depth look at executive functions and how to assess and improve them.

Building connections between people, communities, and disciplines. March 17, Seeing for yourself: Videos of children doing executive function tasks. March 10, Unpredictable twists and turns in the process of scientific discovery.

March 5, Focusing exclusively on training cognitive skills is less efficient, and ultimately less successful, than also addressing children's emotional, social, and physical needs. Serious business like learning can be joyful. Biological and psychological effects of early life trauma. To improve self-regulation, creativity and problem-solving: Have children play!

The development of executive functions: Principles and strategies for aiding that and differences by genotype and gender. Invited Plenary Address. The role of social and emotional factors in children's ability to exercise executive functions and do well in school. Insights from neuroscience to help every child thrive: How dance might aid brain development and critical cognitive skills. Invited 2-hour workshop. Child development and the brain: What every child needs to succeed.

As scientists explore how we can best help children thrive, they are confirming the wisdom of traditional ways for promoting well-being. Strategies and activities for aiding the development of executive functions and ways to assess executive functions.

Continuing Education credit provided. What nourishes the whole child and the human spirit is also best for executive functions.

Factors that aid and factors that hinder the development of executive functions. How can we help more children thrive not simply survive, but flourish? Invited 4-hour talk. A counterintuitive approach to improving outcomes for children. Bright young minds: Early learning and executive functions. What values, principles, and policies make you particularly proud to be Canadian?

Requested by, and for, students to excite students about voting in the upcoming federal election by highlighting ways that the outcome could directly impact their lives.

Invited brief talk. Insights from neuroscience and from psychology of possible benefit to teachers. Montessori School, Bilbao, Spain. The importance of dance, music, and other related activities for the development of children. July 30, Insights and strategies from neuroscience and developmental science for early childhood education. The conditions of learning: A neuroscience perspective. July 25, Insights from neuroscience, social psychology, and developmental science for improving executive functions, with clinical implications.

May 27, Exercise without a cognitive component produces little or no cognitive benefit. May 18, Insights from neuroscience and psychology to help our young people thrive. NB: gave the inaugural Zlotowksi Neuroscience Lecture in May 8, Music matters: The orchestra as a tool for social change.

Child development, executive functioning, and the role of the arts and physical activity among marginalized youth. Executive functions: Practical insights with implications for psychiatric practice. April 24, The critical role of executive functions in children and teens. April 17, Research insights into promoting the well-being of children and their families.

March 24, What do our children need to grow up strong, proud, kind, and fulfilled? March 9, What executive functions are and their importance for education. Executive functioning and pediatric neuropsychology. March 6, Executive functions and prefrontal cortex: Genetic and neurochemical influences plus gender differences.

What cognitive skills will children need to succeed in the 21st century? The caring Thinking In Reverse - The Dissociatives - Sydney Circa 2004slash08 (DVD) between the teacher and the children. How understanding what helps and hinders executive functions can help children thrive.

Some ways to assess executive functions. Invited workshop, Cerebrum Conference, Lima, Peru. Strategies and activities for aiding the development of executive functions in children. Two particularly wise educational approaches: Tools of the Mind and Montessori. Recent insights from neuroscience and developmental science. Strategies and activities for aiding the development of executive functions. Benefits of the arts and physical activity for the brain.

What abilities and skills will be needed for success in the 21st century? Some thoughts on how we might better help more children to thrive. Unintended consequences of seemingly rational actions: Often what produces the best short-term outcomes is different from what produces the best long-term outcomes.

Not losing sight of the goal of any mindfulness practice. New findings about the brain are turning some ideas on their head. Interventions, programs, and approaches that appear promising for improving executive functions and those that, despite much hype, do not.

August 21, Child development and the brain: Insights into reducing social inequalities and helping every child thrive. August 9, What do we know about the brain that can help inform early childhood programs? June 26, June 11, Principles and strategies for improving executive function skills. Invited Thinking In Reverse - The Dissociatives - Sydney Circa 2004slash08 (DVD), Annie E Casey Foundation.

What executive functions are and factors that affect them. May 20, Neurochemical modulation of, and environmental interventions to improve, executive functions. How executive functions foster educational development: Insights from today and perspectives on the future. May 16, Interrelations between motor and cognitive development: Development of executive functions.

Executive functions: Practical insights from neuroscience and developmental science for helping children. April 23, Towards a major paradigm shift in how we treat our patients: Part 3 of 3. Michael Hogan While I do not know too much of the Jerilderie side of the Kelly story it is great that you have a connection. They were all persecuted by the authorities and would have gravitated to safe places of like minded people and districts.

We know for sure Ned and his mates spent a long time around around Jerilderie and sister town Berrigan. There are numerous descendant oral history accounts of properties where the gang were sheltered and looked after. My husband, Richard Monk, has always been told that their family may have a connection to the Kelly Gang.

All I have been able to find so far is Edward Monk referred to on your website. I have not been able to find any information on his family tree to see if he is related to our branch of the family.

Just a long shot but I was wondering if you could put me in touch with any descendants of Edward who are researching family history who might be able to help. Dear Bill, Hello again. I spoke to you via email about 18 months ago. Several months ago, I was corresponding with Gary Dean over several theories concerning the Kelly armor and prison photos. One night when I was restoring some old Kelly photos I came across something quite remarkable. I emailed Gary some photos asking him if he was aware of what I had seen in one of the photos and have had no response from him since.

There is a possibility that Gary felt I was not on the level with him, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Would you be interested in offering me some feedback on the photo? The photos I was referring to was actually just one photo, but presented two different ways. It was the picture taken to celebrate Ellen's return to Eleven Mile Creek I cleaned the image up on Photoshop and made a black and white print as well as a Sepia copy.

I did this simply because I created a personal presentation of the Kelly's to the song 'Kelly's Heroes'. In the door way of the Kelly house, there appears to be a male figure standing back in the shadows To gain the best relief, put it into a file and enlarge it on the computer. The Sepia version brings out more clarity, and actually highlights the form.

I'd like to know your opinion on it. Like I asked Gary, has anyone seen this before or was he Gary aware of it? Anyway, thanks again, Bill and I hope to hear from you soon. At first I was not sure whether to add this fascinating observation to feedback as it is more a story on its own. I must say that I gave it several days to digest your opinion before replying and also stress that the images were sent to you in good faith. The image was originally down loaded from Google images and was yellowish in color and in a fairly bad way.

Like I have already mentioned, I was simply eliminating the scratches and blotches with the image blown up when something caught my eye. Several Kelly books I own include this photo, and the image in the doorway appears in most, more noticeable in some more than others. In most regards, you are correct by saying that it does not really matter who it was if anyone at allI have said this myself. However, in my own defense, I have looked at this long and hard and asked the opinion of several family members of all agesall of whom had little trouble reaching the same conclusion as I.

In some ways, it all makes little sense to me as the more I look into it, the more questions are raised. Firstly, photo opportunities like this one in were rare. Granted, rarer in but not as rare in so if it is a person, it would be safe to say that it was not a family member; being excluded from the photo.

Or if it was, say Jim and the height is therewas he just standing back to be courteous to the girls? If It was a non-family member, say a Kelly boarder, why would they stand in the doorway? They would probably be more inclined to get well out of sight, or maybe look out the window instead. They would have no technical knowledge of photography and would not have known about lighting exposure. I can almost imagine the photographer saying 'No, you're alright in the doorway; you won't be seen.

Of course, it's just a brief moment in time, but has some movement in the doorway caught the attention of Faith, the cattle dog? I will attach the original image with it's original file name as taken from Google images. I know it's not exactly unlocking the secrets of the Kelly universe, but if it really was someone standing there, I feel it adds depth to an already amazing photo of Kelly history.

In closing, I would like to say that your opinion on the matter is much valued and highly appreciated and I thank you again for lending me your time. Deb Kruz, 8 March Glenrowan??? Hi Bill My husband and I went to Glenrowan today and attended the Glenrowan tourist centre's "production". To say we were disappointed was probably a gross understatement. How are your plans progressing? They look visionary and very appealing. Bill, A good friend and fellow arms collector informs me that you and some associates have been researching the Police murders at Stringbark Creek.

Yourself, or your associates, may well have come across some information which is relative to a Victorian Police Webley holster in my collection, details as follow Brown leather flap-top holster, flap fastened to brass stud sewn into holster body. Belt loop sewn to rear of holster reinforced by two copper rivets In similar fashion to the Navy Colt holsters of the VP. Constable Robert McHugh ……. Maybe even one of the Police attacked by the Kellys?

Unfortunately the Victorian Police Museum can shed no light on records of Kit issue numbers, and a search through the Police Gazettes has so far uncovered no further information.

Apologies for such a long-winded email, thought it best to share my search with others whilst I had the information at hand. Regards John R. An interesting question John. Anyone out there with more information? Neil Gordon, 17 Aug Kelly Camp on Stokes's land hi ya, my name is neil gordon, i have just re-kindled my interest in the kelly gang and have now more than a passing interest in the areas surrounding the the kelly gangs secret hideouts, especially now that i have found out that my great uncles or great great uncles unsure just yet george and walter were the stokes' my mothers maiden name is stokes whose land was known to be used by the kellys.

The first map of the area did not come till The Stokes family would have known but perhaps many people at the time would not have cared too much about the Kellys, or where the Kelly camp hide out was located. I cannot add to the history but you could give Sheila Hutchinson an email as may have more info about Walter Stokes that is not on her webpage.

It whets my appetite to think that this is at least one of the locations that the boys used for long periods of time whilst eluding the police, which not too many people have actually seen.

Have you done any more, or intend to do any more research on this, and if so; when. I would be more than willing to be part of it. At the very least; I would love to visit the site. So, if you are going up that way or can provide me with suitable directions, I would be forever grateful.

Presumably it was north of Greta, to the right of the current road to Glenrowan. If you could indicate the location on a map or drawing it would help me orient some of my thoughts.

In the past, some four or five years agoyou were most helpful in providing information to me about the Kelly Hut site at Kellys Creek, which made my investigations so much easier.

Regards, Scott. Hello Scott, I remember you well. The Hut behind the school is very difficult to get to but I will organise another trip in.

I will try and remember to let you know when. There is a track that I need to sort out just where it starts. I will need the land owner l to show me.

I did enjoy working on that excursion and story. It is also the venue where the police camped when the chase for Ned began, after the shootings. If you would like to visit these places to view them and pass on any of your knowledge, please contact me via the e-mail link below.

Regards, Mark. Thanks Mark, Sure several descendants will be in touch. You should definitely have been an engineer or mathematician. I sincerely hope that you can convince these eggheads, excuse the pun and bring them into your line of thought. I am utterly surprised that people that have visited the site on the eastern bank have never noticed that the slope is just not there.

I am sure that after years since the incident there would have been more than one clearing at that particular time of the incident. May I ask Bill when did you start doubting that the current site was not the correct one ,as far as myself goes at my first visit there it just didn't make sense to me. I remember your mate Ian Jones ha,ha in his dvd of Ned Kelly saying at the Kelly tree that there was no vibes there, well I would like to similarly say there are no vibes for me at the current site.

Its funny how the creek is only a couple of kilometers long but is more controversial in more ways than one in our country's history.

I do hope that the authorities will finally sit up and take notice of your views and that it will all be put on public record. Thanks once again Bob Thanks Bob, I had doubts about the Kelly tree site right from the start, and when I spoke to Ian Jones after his edition book launch Ned Kelly, A Short life, where in he pointed to the East bank, I tried to see the slope that was not there and thought - mm, maybe my perception of distance to the 'only slope' in the area, as in the Burman photo was further away than I thought due to zoom camera lens used by Burman.

However, I now realize after careful study the slope was not that far away from the action after all. I know you must get inundated wit lots of off the wall questions, here' s another. Came across your website on Kelly Gang and all the really interesting stuff you have on there will have me up late into night reading all the fascinating little extras and tidbits to the main Kelly story of which I'm quite familiar with.

What got me to stumble across your site is partly I am reading an excellant book at present "the fatal friendship' Ian Jones. In the late 60's my parents took my brother and myself on a road trip from Melbourne to Sydney, they must have had some interest in the Kelly story themselves as I do remember stopping at some of the more well known attractions, Glenrowan etc. However, I have a memory we drove down past Beechworth into the Woolshed and along a dusty track one late afternoon, we came to a spot and got out of the car.

My recollection is my parents telling us this was site of Aaron Sherrit's hut and as we looked around my mum pointed out what seemed to be outlines of flower beds closest to the road. I guess my question Bill is this, is this possible, was there anything to see left from Aaron Sherrit's hut, the site of his death, still evident in the late 60's? Has the passage of 40 years confused me or a childs memory somehow got things confused. Thanks Bill, love your suff!

Cherry Hello Cherry, You are correct that on the road edge there are growing some 'Krokis flowers'. There were likely to have been flower beds near by and perhaps Krokis's were remains of that time. Perhaps the land owner in the mean time has ploughed the beds in. I pointed out to the guide that the hut would not be built on the road verge but further up the block.

I pointed to what looked like a large granite slab some distance away and assumed it would have been the front door slab. Ian Jones was with us and he agreed with me. The tour guide was not impressed. The point was, that nobody even then would be allowed to just build anywhere like on a road reserve. Those that did would have no property rights building on 'common' land. We agreed recently that I should seek feed back from Kelvyn, Gary and Glen about your case for the police campsite on the western bank at your two-hut site which you earlier sent around the group for consideration.

They have responded, and confirm they are confident that exhaustive review of all the available evidence places the campsite further north on the eastern bank, as concluded by the investigation draft report, with which you are familiar. This does not mean to say the case you have developed is not worthy of consideration and assessment by Heritage Victoria and other interested parties.

On the contrary, I at least have found your case to be both stimulating and productive in the sense it has made the group look more closely at some aspects of the development of the other proposal.

In fact, by looking more closely, the study has been considerably strengthened in places. One example has been the search for and inclusion in the latest version of the study, reference relating to establishing the camp on the Stringybark Creek at the burnt hut.

Kenneally, Wilson Hall, Ned. Another example relates to the rising terrain in the background of the Burman photographs, the most important topographical feature which I understand leads you to conclude the Burman photographs were taken from a position facing south, orienting the police camp at your two-hut site.

We have included an additional appendix Heritage Victoria diagrama contour map of the precinct, and additional commentary which demonstrates the rising background at both the proposed campsites to be remarkably similar. The Beautiful Mansfield burl tree photograph at 4. At your two-hut site, looking to the southwest, the degree of slope is almost identical.

This landscape feature is also discernable in the Cuddon photograph below at 4. Appendix 13 is the map used by Heritage Victoria to indicate the land marked at L1 on diagramplaced on the Victorian Heritage Victorian Register in This map shows ground surface contours at 10 metre intervals.

From Stringybark Creek opposite the police camp position elevation under metres the ground rises towards the east south east to plus metres over a distance of about metres. Incidentally, a blow up of photograph no. The group again confirms it remains strongly of the opinion the two Burman photographs were taken from Thinking In Reverse - The Dissociatives - Sydney Circa 2004slash08 (DVD) western bank, looking respectively to the east and east south east.

The group submits the rising background of photograph no 1 is the same background portrayed by the Burman photographs. The group acknowledges your tremendous drive and effort to initially help bring a team together in order to challenge the conventional wisdom of the day about the authentic campsite location. It brought together a group of dedicated people, united in a common purpose. The group has noted your advice to me you could no longer remain a member of the team putting forward a proposal the police camp was located near the present day Kelly Tree, but that you would like your case to be presented to Heritage Victoria for consideration.

The group advises it is supportive of this course of action, in the interest of providing Heritage Victoria with an opportunity to add rigour to their assessment by evaluating another proposal. The group feels that this would best be actioned through yourself independently lodging your case with Heritage Victoria. Bill Denheld, a former member of the investigating team, agrees that the authentic location of the police camp is sited on the western bank of Stringybark Creek, but that it was established at a site metres south of the present day Kelly Tree.

Denheld advises that he has developed a case which he will submit to Heritage Victoria for consideration. When Kelvyn is able to produce a final version of the report for lodgement with Heritage Victoria, I will see that a copy will also be provided to you.

I will give you a ring some time next week to talk through the above. Kind regards, Linton Briggs Seems the quest for rigor in the debate for the true site at SBC has been replaced by inflexible false beliefs based upon too much literal evaluation. Some general interest but so hard to find facts or opinions. Have a Kelly library and some related stuff. Have just finished a bronze collectable figure of NK.

I used to make my own NK armour out of metal plate for myself and my friends and would then go bush and shoot airguns at each other. I am probably one of the few people in the world who knows how it feels to have bullets pinging off their armour. Am a historical firearms collector and writer as well as an A grade competition shooter. I am new to the computer and hope to correspond with you soon about some of my NK musings.

Enjoyed your website very much, thank you. Thanks John Ian Wallace. Going through my family history, l see that there is a reference to Ned Kelly in the Grigg Family My mothers maiden name. I've scanned the document and attached it for you to take a look at. In all honesty I've thought that the maker s of the armour was always known, but I only found out 2 days ago that it isn't.

So hopefully this might shed some light on the subject. Please feel free to contact me anytime, I would be more than happy to have a chat with you. Regards Ian Wallace. The letter is with the Woods family Delorain. Ian, Any information to who made the armour is interesting. The Woods family Deloraine, wonder if the Laffan s property at Beverage Deloraine has any connection? The Laffan family have a long connection with the area at Wallan East where the Kellys and the Quinns lived.

I have read with great interest your story on Where was Ned Kelly born. My main interest stems from that fact that the neighbour and midwife Mrs Mary Gorman who delivered Ned was my Great-great-great Grandmother. This may have already been raised, but it is not really correct that Emanuel James Gorman was "about the same age as Edward Kelly". Emanuel was born inthe eighth child of John Ambrose Gorman.

By this time, Ned's father had died and the family moved away from Avenel. Therefore, any meaningful contact between the two is unlikely. Emanuel James Gorman died in aged 62 years. If Ned was close to one of the Gorman children through schooling and age similarity, the most likely would have been Patrick, the firstborn of John's children in Thanks again for a great read.

I was able to identify the Gorman and Kelly properties on Google Earth from your map. Mary Cahill Gorman was midwife to Ned Kelly's birth. B Were - the founder of stock Broker firm.

Capt Brown's son Thomas Alexander Brown wrote the book ' Robbery Under Arms' tipp today17 August tipperary radio ireland hii am the producer of the morning talk show. Sounds like there is more support for Ned In Ireland than in Aus. RAY F 16 August ned kelly's skull H i my name is raymond french and im a kelly follower and very much in the belief that he should have a full place of rest that meaning a proper furneral i have been chasing about for many years for neds skull and have always come up empty would be a great to work with people that share the same ideas and passion about finding neds skull also could you please tell me why that people still refer to ned being born in not i have done a lot of research into this and come up with december as a date of birth once again please free to add more information to this.

I lookforward to hear what information you may have regarding the old bugger and be able to share to the information kind regards Raymond French. Thanks Raymond, I will upload a pdf of Maikel Analeee's work on this, Bill To be uploaded Bill Denheld, With thanks to all those who have supported this exposure below. One who contacted Brad Webb and then passed his message onto us best summed it up,- Willy Smart wrote email to Brad Webb of IronOutlaw feedback page - quote " why do you make a total a--sole of your self sending out s--t like this, its any wonder everybody thinks that you are a pr--k ".

Thanks Wil, PS, Wil is a no bull sort of guy that defends justice,and cheers to all. Looking forward to bumping into you in the street one day! We are not the offenders but we continue to be intimidated. We don't need this form of thuggery. And further the reason for this posting is to draw your attention to last year Thinking In Reverse - The Dissociatives - Sydney Circa 2004slash08 (DVD) Mr Brad Webb of www. And why is this Tully bloke still a city councillor? Why hasn't he retired after all the millions he made starring in the movie Kenny?

After all, Tully looks more like that turd-flushing hero than the actor Shane Jacobson does! Yes, Paul Tully or Kenny Smythis that self-same moron who claims to have Dan Kelly buried in the local cemetery after his amazing escape from the Glenrowan siege. He's so keen to convince the world this is Mr Ripper God, it must have been a slow news day when the papers picked this gem up that he hasn't even had time to convince himself. Especially if you go by this quote from the above report, ' I don't think this is Jack the Ripper.

But it can't be ruled out'. Because Tully and Denheld are two 'knobs' that you can spot a mile off! Must be true then! I ask why do these people use such language? And in response to Brad Webb and his denigration, what else could I do but to 'either' remove his link on ironicon or 'inform' the readers of his editorial denigration. Mr Webb now wants us to remove links to his webpage.

However it would be a pleasure to do so, but not before he removes his offending Soap Box story linking me to his low down misdemeanor. Bill Denheld PS, and also a KC Forum member PaulOK is perpetuating Brad Webb's intimidation by referring to an incident by an inebriated historian who prodded me for referring to him in the News Press article as a responsible historical consultant for the Glenrowan Siege site works stuff up, and it is all true.

Obviously PaulOK and B. Webb are disciples of the eminent historian. I'm currently writing an article that refers to the death mask of Ned Kelly, and wish to give a reference to the fact that it was displayed in Kreitmayer's Waxworks the day after Ned's execution. Where would that information come from originally?

It is often stated, but I didn't see it when I went through the old newspapers. Thanks so much for taking the trouble to get me that information.

I am going to see if I can get a copy of that ad in the Herald when I go the State Library later in the week. My article is actually a book chapter, and it deals with a family of touring musicians who performed for a time in Kreitmayer's Waxworks. Because of a connection with the Kelly Family I wanted to bring in this reference to the death mask. I'll certainly send you the chapter when it's published - it may be a while!

I have a list of people who have been very helpful and will be sending them the relevant sections when the time comes. I'm really grateful for your prompt assistance, Best wishes and thanks, Anne Chris Middleton6 June Feedback Twohuts: illicit distilling Hi BillI am involved in a whisky distillery start-up in Victoria.

I've attached the June Word from the Valley news bulletin. Along with gold panning it was designed to help to raise funds for his mother's legal defence after the Fitzpatrick incident on April 15th Planting must have occurred during the last week of April or early May shortly after arriving at Bullock Creek circa April 20ththey would have harvested the winter crop in September or early October.

They may have had a faster growing variety; I suspect this is unlikely too. Cultivating barley on rough virgin soil would not have yielded no more than 25 bushels an acre, probably less as their equipment would have been fairly rustic. I assume the ground is not ideal for farming, judging by the photographs on your site forested, uneven.

The maximum yield would have been 25 bushel per acre bushels in total. Made into beer for distilling this would have produced 1, gallons of grain spirit 4, litresunder ideal conditions. It is reported they also used sugar to fuel the fermentation process, a common practice by illicit distillers in the 19th century.

The stills would have been situated on the creek to access water for brewing and cooling the condenser coil. Given the sub-optimal growing conditions and their lack of expertise in distilling I would estimate the gang may have produced about 2, litres during the spring of That assumes they had time to harvest and distil before they were forced to abandon Bullock Creek after October 25th police shooting incident. I can find no evidence that whisky spirit was ever made. Fragments of the copper still have been recovered.

There will be some who can verify and and answer you question. I do not recall they ever had a harvest from the Manglewurt? I can guide you to the site at Kellys creek but cannot pinpoint exactly where the still stood. I have spent a lot of time there having metal detected much of the area - but not the crucial places due to blackberries everywhere.

I am pretty sure where the fortified hut stood as can be seen in my two huts webpages. There are still gold workings the Kellys would have worked at Bullock ck as it was then known. On Valid Links with the past webpage at ironicon. I believe it was only their plan to make whisky as a sure quick cash crop.

The 20 acres of ground there would have been a fertile plot. Im on my mums email because i found your email on your site on Ned Kellys death mask. I cheer him on in my own personal opinion, he wanted to protect his family and he did. If i was there i would of tried to help him. I dont think he was actually hung, I think that one of his friends or family took the blame. Cause he knew it would happen so why would he say "such is life".

Goodbye and hope you can send back Thanks Peter Prassinos27 May Geocaches, Bill, As discussed with you a few months ago, I have now placed 4 geocaches in the Stringybark Creek area based on the locations that you have identified - the Kelly Hut at Kellys Ck; the police camp and the Kennedy spot at German's Creek.

These were placed on Saturday 23 May and they were approved by the Geocaching. The fourth and final geocache of the series has been placed at the historical grave site off Madhouse Rd just 1 km north of the Stringybark picnic area. If you want to see the story that I created around the 4 caches, please refer to the links below.

You will see that I picked the "Fitzpatrick Incident" as the trigger point to the Kelly Outbreak and the 3 locations that you have identified as being integral to making the story "real" and "alive". I have also embellished some of the facts refer The Kelly Outbreak cache to fit the aim of the series which is to find a relic in the final cache which is supposed to be the gun that Fitzpatrick "lost" at the Kelly homestead although we know that that didn't happen Once again, thanks for your assistance and if you ever find that there is any interference in the area by geocachers, please let me know, however as a group geocachers are very responsible and aware of their environment.

Colin Lewis 20 April Two Huts, Bill, I am leading a small group visiting the Stringybark area this weekend, and came across your website while researching. I must congratulate you on the excellent range of detailed information you provide. I look forward even more eagerly now to see this area for myself. I have recently had a look at the Kelly homestead on the Eleven mile creek at Greta West. It appears to be crumbling back into the earth, unfortunately. I was also at the Greta Cemetery and was disappointed at the condition of the grave site of Ellen and Jim.

I can almost understand the current owners of the Kelly homestead, not wishing to turn their property into a tourist attraction and consideration must be given to the fact that Anne and her daughter are buried nearby. But I fail to understand why the graves at the cemetery are not maintained with headstones or a memorial erected. Do you have any understanding of the situation. Surely money would not be a reason for the graves to be in their current unmarked state.

My wife Susan and I have recently purchased a small property in Taminick. It was part of the original Rowan brothers selection. We will stay at the Motel at this stage because the Bank will expect us to repay the loan. Do you know if this house is still standing and its location. Keep up the good work, your website is excellent. A constant source of new information. Greg Devlin Greg, there is some speculation the bodies were not buried there but on their home selections.

Maybe someone can answer these questions? I'm the great great grand-daughter of Desiderio Cristofani, whom we believe took a death mask of Ned Kelly. My 10 yr old son just saw an updated article by Sharon Hollingsworth - Men of Iron, Men of Wax - that confirms Desiderio toured with a death mask in his exhibition in early I can't tell you how thrilled my father is to feel vindicated, as his father had told him about seeing the original in Desiderio's George St waxworks.

We'll never prove it of course, unless there is a signature on the mask. Is yours signed per chance? As a side issue, I've learnt more about hangings, since the last email. Head's are not necessarily engorged.

They are in strangulations, if pressure is released then reapplied blood surges back in to the head during release, as it does if resuscitation is attempted after the hanging.

However, with a hanging, a constant pressure on the neck can leave little engorgement at all. Having thought about the theory that copies were embellished to make Kelly appear more criminal, I can't help wondering if changes were more due to lack of skill on the part of the modeller. Maybe it's naivety, but supporters saw him as a hero regardless, and death masks appear so serene - at least to me.

Then again, propaganda has been employed by governments and leaders for thousands of years. Thanks so much for helping put Desiderio's name on the record. He spoke about 6 languages and worked as a police translater in his spare time, so he did have ties with police, again, reinforcing that he would have been accepted into prisons at that time to take death masks.

In that context, suspect he had little sympathy for Royalty-based authorities and Thinking In Reverse - The Dissociatives - Sydney Circa 2004slash08 (DVD) with police more for the benefit of prisoners and suspects. Was he interviewed in newspapers, for example. Maybe Cristofani translated for him as well, which might also explain why the pair attended the autopsy together.

Bill, I am intrigued by the finding of these two huts, and feel that they certainly require more investigation. It appears your findings are extremely important to the history of what actually happened at Stringy bark Creek. I have not been to Stringy Bark Creek, but intend to visit this year. I guess I am like any person who is more than just interested in Kelly history, in that I would like to think I was standing in the exact site where the incident took place.

Even if we are unsure of some aspects to the story, all theories have to be considered. I am very interested in your findings, and would hope that they would included on any tourist route. Whether or not your site as to where the killings took place is right or not, and the hut findings are the remains of the huts you believe they are likely to be, I think that what you have discovered is extremely important, and more probable than not.

I am keen to stand in the places where this event took place and ascertain for myself your reckonings. I think it is disappointing that Ian Jones does not consider without bias your calculations. Perhaps you have explained that, and I have missed that detail.

Therefore where does the proof of her birth date, etc. I love it. One question on the pictures, wouldn't the original picture be a negative and with you saying the sun light was coming from one direction, wouldn't it of actually of been coming from the other. Just a thought. Great Read. The original was a glass plate negative from which they made contact prints.

We only see the contact print where as the negative would be the same image except black is white and white is black. The problem of flipped images is always possible but one image would not be as sharp with the paper being a little away from the emulsion side of the negative.

We can only consider the light coming from the sun side in this case Right side, in which case if the photo was flipped, then the sun comes from the left.

Do you know where I might find it? The Kelly's friends flattered the constable and shouted freely for him. He got pretty full and someone suggested dancing on the green. Good music was available and Ned Kelly took the merry constable as his partner in a buck set.

The idea of outlaws picnicking is fascinating. Happy New Year, Walter. Maybe this paragraph relates to the second image? Sometimes the police search parties or picnic parties used to put a great deal of energy into the tracking of another police party, and persuade themselves that they were right on the Kellys. I am hoping that you may be able to shed some light on the subject.

Like most others I have been fascinated, almost obsessed by the stories. Jerilderie letter. Who knows. From Ned Kelly Man and Myth. Page Kelly told him: Lonigan lay down behind the log and rested his revolver on top of the log and covered Dan. I then took my rifle off Mc Intyre and fired at Lonigan, grazing his temple. Lonigan disappeared behind the log, but gradually rose again and as he did so I fired again and shot him through the head.

Argus, 29 October 0 In all other accounts by Ned - he indicates that he fired only one shot at Lonigan. The fatal shot The post-mortem carried out on Lonigan by Samuel Reynolds - stated that he had 4 bullet wounds. Passed through the arm 1 in the left thigh. Besides the eye wound. It was not possible to state that if the other wounds were inflicted before or after death. It has been suggested that the other wounds were a result of stray bullets from the later shoot out.

I find it difficult to believe that the 3 others wounds on Lonigan were the result of stray bullets. My question is - what was Ned's gun loaded with when he shot Lonigan?


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