Johannes Lodewikus Lee was one of the more wayward and eccentric hunters who penetrated the interior of southern Africa in the middle of the 19th Century, on the hunt for elephant ivory. He loved many women — though not well — and sired a great brood of children while building a weird stone castle, and shooting himself into a modest fortune.
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Music: Blue Frontier by Jim Cornelius
Graphics by Lynn Woodward, Woodward Creative
Further reading: To the Banks of the Zambezi by T.V. Bulpin