History volunteers write true ripping yarn of lust, death and a staggering fortune

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March 8 2021 - 2:49pm
GLENCOE WOOLSHED: The last remaining part of the Glencoe sheep station established by the Leake family.
GLENCOE WOOLSHED: The last remaining part of the Glencoe sheep station established by the Leake family.

When National Trust of SA volunteers John Berger and Carol Grbich decided to research a pamphlet about the historic Glencoe woolshed and the pioneering Leake family, they had little idea of the fascinating and scandalous tale that would be revealed.

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Eileen Wood

Senior Journalist

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