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Thu, 04 July

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Museum of the Great Southern

Wickie on the Wind

A live performance of a historical ghost story full of mystery, intrigue and based on true events.

Wickie on the Wind
Wickie on the Wind

Time & Location

3 more dates

04 July 2024, 10:30 am – 07 July 2024, 12:00 pm

Museum of the Great Southern, Residency Rd, Albany WA 6330, Australia

About the event

A live performance of a historical ghost story full of mystery, intrigue and based on true events.

Point King Lighthouse, located on the north shore entrance to Princess Royal Harbour, was the first navigational light for the port of Albany and the second lighthouse built on Western Australia’s coastline.

John Reddin was the last lighthouse keeper at Point King. The lighthouse and the keeper’s cottage now stand as ruins. However, on a stormy night in the 1980’s, Jennifer King and her family found themselves in distress coming into the Port of Albany from Hamelin Bay.

As the wind and waves threatened to overwhelm their vessel, a figure resembling John Reddin appeared.

This chilling tale will leave you wondering….do ghosts really exist.

Dates & Times:

Tuesday 2 July | 10.30am & 11.30am Wednesday 3 July | 1pm  Thursday 4 July | 10.30am & 11.30am Friday 5 July | 10.30am & 11.30am

Cost:

Free

Duration:

20 minutes (a one-act play)

Director and Producer: Chris McRae. Image: Sean Breadsell of Immaculate Photography.

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