Exactly 125 years ago this week, Australian bushranger Ned Kelly was hung for his crimes. Now, the tourism business surrounding Kelly´s legend is booming. A tourist route in south-east Australia uses maps, posters and audio guides to tell the story of Kelly, who was a thief and a bank robber. He and his gang often wore iron masks during gun fights with police. Ian Jones has written a biography of Kelly and is not surprised at people´s fascination with the thief. "Every country seems to have some sort of romantic, bandit-rebel figure," Jones...
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