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See authentic prison records of 16 inmates notorious in the late 19th century, including Ned Kelly, Captain Moonlite and Frederick Deeming. Each record includes a photograph and hand-written account of the appearance and activity of the inmates – including their charge and sentence – and in some cases, fascinating details of their lives. There’s a short introduction to each story, and a glossary of some less common terms.
Note that the material presented herein may disturb some readers.
Notorious Prisoners was produced in association with the exhibition Sideshow Alley: Infamy, the macabre & the portrait.