In the early 1800s, an escaped convict spent 32 years living among the aborigines of southeastern Australia


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2018/02/21/in-the-early-1800s-an-escaped.html


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Is there a transcript of this podcast available somewhere?


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In the 1820s, Alexander Pearce escaped MacQuarrie Harbor, but he wasn’t clever enough to make friends with the blackfellas.

Instead he became a famous cannibal, and his skull now rests in the Morton Skull Collection in Philadelphia.


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you’ve got Buckley’s or none


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