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Dream (10 August 2013)
contributed by tomnancy03704
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On waking the other morning the name Wobna would not go out of my mind.It has led me to Bonzle .
I'm wondering if there is a sub-conscious connection as apparently I had an Uncle who went to Aus in the 20's and the story is he wander off into the bush and was never seen again ,HOWEVER THE STORY GOES THAT HIS BELT WAS FOUND. As our family is full of clairvoyance and physic ability ,I need to find out if he died in Wobna any tips on my research would be useful .Who owns Wobna is there any for sale .I could dig up his bones.
Sincerely Tom Haslett ( chichester England)
This story was uploaded into the Bonzle Digital Atlas of Australia entry for the River or Creek 'Wobna Poorina Creek'.