The mystery is finally solved!
As part of Inquiry into the history of aviation and the importance of museums in our community, we had the opportunity to create a script for a talkback radio show. Our script had to reflect a point of view about keeping the Aviation Museum.
The scenario: A fire has been lit at the Museum. Someone wanted it to go! The only clue: the guilty person called in to the morning talkback radio show. Good news: someone passing by saw them do it, stopped them and saved the day.
Who did it? Who saved it? Listen to our audio recording to solve the mystery. In your comment, leave the name of the character. Here are some clues:
THE GUILTY PERSON:
- likes buses
- does not like finding our about war
- thinks there should be a bus museum.
- lives in Booragoon
- had a son who was a pilot of a Lancaster Bomber in WWII.
- likes to visit the Museum every day