|"The Witches' Cove," Follower of Jan Mandijn|
It's time for this week's Link Dump!
And the Strange Company Army is on the march!
Lydia Sherman, poison fiend.
Nobody told me that it was Lydia Sherman Week around the blogosphere.
Some stained glass windows at Canterbury Cathedral are even older than we thought.
I never thought I'd see "Hobby Lobby" and "Epic of Gilgamesh" in the same news story, but that's 2021 for you.
An account of children living in a den of snakes.
A novel way of dealing with public transportation.
Gravediggers go on strike.
The ghosts of Norton Hall.
The giant of Alton, Illinois.
The mystery of a Winchester rifle.
A birdwatcher in early 20th century Assam.
The weird death of Mitrice Richardson.
A dangerous old New York City tradition.
The mystery of post-mortem meditation.
The only people to not die on this planet.
New York's Tonsillectomy Riots.
Strange moorland carvings.
Ireland takes fairies very very seriously.
Don't lie to your dog.
Emily Bronte's lost second novel. To be honest, I wouldn't have objected if the first had been lost as well.
A captain's very unlucky first voyage.
The oldest known "message in a bottle."
English is a weird language.
Britain's first female Olympians.
The world of the thief-trainers.
Over in England, they still have live bombs from WWII lying about the place.
The pigeon armies of WWI.
A brief history of Nathan's Famous hot dogs.
That's all for this week! See you on Monday, when we'll revisit the never-a-dull-moment world of Scottish witchcraft. In the meantime, here's Marshall Crenshaw.