Russell Kelly is retired from a successful defence and aerospace business and lives in Victoria’s north-east. Russell has been flying aeroplanes most of his life and operates Mitta Mitta International Airport.
A keen musician and an amateur historian, Russell sees himself as a rabid existentialist and devotee to the exposure of fraudulent alternative medicine practitioners.
As well as seeding the Borderline Skeptics group in north-east Victoria, Russell is a Justice of the Peace, Bail Justice and a volunteer paramedic.
On 18 June 2012 Russell spoke to the Victorian Skeptics about skepticism in the bush and the kinds of issues faced there.
From water divining to magical magnets and sightings of big cats, Russell provides a unique insight into some of the issues taken on by rural skeptics.
1. Water divining in Australia
2. Big Cats or Pussies?
3. Can Magnets Purify Water?
4. Generational Change in the Bush