On April 28, 1996, a man intent on blood entered the Port Arthur Historical Site, which was filled with tourists. He parked his car, ate lunch at the cafe…
And committed the biggest post-Federation massacre on Australian soil within the space of about 15 minutes, before taking his guns on the road.
Join Holly and Matthew as they look into the massacre that shaped Australia’s relation to guns, tourism, conspiracy theories and mental health. In this episode, they examine the impact the Massacre had on the Australian legislation, mental space and psyche.
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