- View SourceG'Day Gang.
I gloomy day here, but we got some of that wet stuff I think it's
called rain, lots of beautiful rain.
G'Day to you Judy;
> Nah, It will happen! ... people are thinking, rethinking, readingand 'putting out' out on the web site - 40 years later, 45 years -
and we all wish it was sooner<
I like your optimism.
> An email almost a year ago mentioned about someone going mad etc.Maybe they could recall the story and find something else for us 'in
Good point, even the fanciful part.
Yep, that was little me asking anybody out there for a light on the
The story of a student comes from the Compilations Bill Chalkers
Perhaps he can/could recollect a name or who gave him the info so we
can research it.
This is the part quoting Bill Chalker's work;
> There have been persistent stories that one schoolgirl, the firststudent to arrive at the landing site, was found be in a dazed,
trance like state, as if she was very shocked. There were
unconfirmed rumours that this girl never fully recovered from this
experience and spent some time in a hospital at Kew.<
Thanks for your insight Judy
Cheers for now Les.