|"The Witches' Cove," Follower of Jan Mandijn|
This week's Link Dump is accompanied by Strange Company HQ's in-house piano player.
|Photo: Nancy Hendrickson|
A deadly family feud.
A murderer dies game. The worst people often do.
The Dionne quintuplets, where more wasn't merrier.
A case of archaeological mistaken identity.
Photos from Scott's Antarctic expedition.
Wordsworth and the poetry of place.
The tragedy of Raoul Wallenberg.
Anne Bronte, governess.
The mystery of the stolen corpse.
Nero's mysterious underground chamber.
Modern-day mermaid sightings.
England's first large-scale protest.
A murderer and his cats.
A Roman ghost city in Africa.
How Mr. Fay wished to prove that he was really dead.
What it was like to be a Georgian era nursemaid.
Treasures from a 16th century shipwreck.
Opera in 18th century London.
The dogs of WWI.
Fire at an aristocratic charity bazaar.
How a shipwreck founded South Africa.
Tragedy on the ice in Regent's Park.
The oldest material on Earth.
Margaret Corbin, Revolutionary War veteran.
The death of the Dark Strangler.
How Hitler could have won the Battle of Britain.
Yet another item from the "rewriting human history" file.
Scanning the Great Pyramid.
A Victorian scholar of Robin Hood.
The British in 18th century Calcutta.
A tour of Dickens' London.
How to hitch a ride on a comet.
the Comet from Christian Stangl on Vimeo.
Taking P.G. Wodehouse seriously.
The escape of Charles II.
The 800,000 year old crater.
Marie Antoinette's wardrobe.
19th century methods for hair-curling.
The art of the Mughal Empire.
And we have come to the end of this week's road! See you on Monday, when we'll look at an epic moment in Russian Weird. In the meantime, here's a folk classic.