|"The Witches' Cove," Follower of Jan Mandijn|
This week's Link Dump is ready to take flight!
Why the hell was the Pyramid of the Sun built?
What the hell happened at Dyatlov Pass?
The link between science and magic in the 18th century.
A look at "Sunrise Semester." I'm old enough to remember sometimes watching that show as a kid. It was my "Sesame Street." Because I hated "Sesame Street." I was just that sort of kid.
15,000 year-old bison sculptures.
An important Anglo-Saxon burial site has just been discovered.
A brief history of the 10th Mountain Division.
An 18th century washing machine inventor.
Watton Priory's headless nun.
The many early human species.
Whiskey and the American frontier.
A mysterious burial in a moor.
A British magistrate in 18th century India.
A poltergeist stones Miss Miller.
Indenture in the West Indies.
The curious career of a novelist banned by the Nazis.
A big "Oopsie!" about electric cars. Several of them, in fact.
We need more water diviners.
Some tips on how to be a genius.
A cemetery's creepy monument.
A young man's very strange death.
Saving maps of the Spanish Armada.
The world of pirate publishing.
The Kaiser's Asia and Pacific Campaigns of WWI.
The link between cheese and witchcraft.
Darwin's "abominable mystery."
18th and 19th century bonesetters.
A teapot sets off an international incident.
A look at the remarkable Alexander von Humboldt.
Some top UK body-snatching sites.
A mysterious murder in a boarding house.
America's most haunted hotel room.
How to drink like a Colonial American. Just give your liver fair warning first.
The menu of a Pompeii tavern.
A Yowie in New South Wales.
England's Oval Office.
Paternity courts in 17th century America.
A castle that boasts its very own demonic imp.
That long, long list of death euphemisms.
For some reason, there's an intercontinental scientific study of sourdough DNA.
The man with the world's deepest voice.
New York's Work Horse Parade.
Ghost stories from Repton, Derbyshire.
The latest theory about the Nazca lines.
The archaeology of beer cans.
A brief history of passports.
That's all for this week! See you on Monday, when we'll look at an unexpectedly complicated family murder. In the meantime, here's some 17th century dance music.