Martin Bryant: The Port Arthur Massacre
By: Jack RosewoodTrue story of the Port Arthur Massacre including an in-depth analysis of Bryant's bizarre behavior leading up to his murderous rampage that killed men, women and children in cold blood. Written in vivid graphic detail, this is the story of the events that unfolded as told from the accounts of those that witnessed and survived one of the worst mass murders in Australian history.
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Book DescriptionOn April 28th, 1996, a lone gunman with no warning, walked into a crowded café in the historical museum site of Port Arthur and opened fire on unsuspecting tourists with a semi-automatic assault rifle.
By the time Martin Bryant's was captured nearly 24 hours later, his killing spree would claim the lives of 35 people and wound another 23 before he would finally surrender to Australian police. The massacre would become the most violent mass shooting in Australian history, committed by a 28 year psychopath with a long history of mental disorders including schizophrenia and depression.
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