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As always, this week's Link Dump brings you the latest news!
Or is is "mews?"
The Hitler version of Nigerian e-mails.
A bookbinding James Bond.
Some archaeologists claim they've found the room where the Last Supper was held.
The unusual tomb of Napoleon III's dentist.
This headline makes an excellent description for 2020 in general.
When life hands you Spanish flu, make lemonade.
The diary of a 20th century British socialite.
New York City's first ambulances.
"Taking the waters" in 19th century America.
The restoration of Charles II.
America's first juvenile delinquents.
Photographs of London from a century ago.
Some 18th century Weird Wills.
Alexander the Great's underrated father.
A really cold murder case.
A look at the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge.
A look at unicorn lore.
A look at automatic writing.
The long history of an amazing jade pagoda.
The life of a famed artistic muse.
Those problematic plague doctors.
The sad life of a Victorian actress.
When you get just a bit too proud of your hearse.
A couple in Norway just learned they were living on top of a Viking grave.
If you want to read about a High Priestess of Blood, have I got the link for you.
Musical rhythm and animals.
A 1700-year-old board game.
Murder in Blackman Mine.
Disappearance at the Devil's Punchbowl.
A 19th century woman's choice between family and ministry.
Kirby's Eccentric Museum was...well-named.
Why some people think Mars has squirrels.
The teleporting boy of Manila.
One of the world's most celebrity-packed cemeteries.
Ancient child laborers.
The story behind a famous murder ballad.
Britain's National Day of Prayer.
Hitler vs. the witches.
How WWII popularized gardening.
The supernova at the bottom of the sea.
New information about the Nazca lines.
Well, here's a shocking revelation.
The lives of two 19th century doctor's wives.
Police brutality in the 19th century.
Captain Kidd, the unluckiest of entrepreneurs.
A pregnancy leads to a woman's murder. Anyone familiar with true crime knows there are a lot of those cases out there.
Quarantine during the Spanish flu.
How Victorian ladies exercised.
Pub culture and the Black Death.
That's it for this week! See you on Monday, when we'll visit a hotel that was, as Poe would say, "out of space, out of time." In the meantime, here's a dab of Beethoven.