|"The Witches' Cove," Follower of Jan Mandijn|
For this week's Link Dump, we are proud to have as our host the lovely Dossie!
Watch out for the Bonnacon!
Some Brooklyn life-saving pets.
An escape from Death Row.
19th century love gone wrong.
The link between fairies and prehistoric sites.
An Indian doctor explains early 20th century English etiquette.
That time when there was a Masonic Pug Society.
The man who inspired Father's Day.
The man who fought in both the Civil War and WWI.
That day when it was very unlucky to be named "Edward Gallagher."
A mysterious species buried their dead 100,000 years before humans.
They're not saying it's aliens, but...oh, hold on, they are saying it.
Ancient Romans loved their tweezers.
A 1943 low point in Allied air wars.
In the Netherlands, fish have their own doorbells.
The birds of Barrackpore Menagerie.
The 18th century pleasure gardens at Marylebone.
The formation of the coalition that defeated Napoleon.
I really have to take my hat off to these people. It usually takes me several weeks just to knit a shawl.
A prehistoric triple burial.
The "Women's Land Army" of WWII.
Birds are art critics.
A legendary lost city has been found.
Death-bed promises can be...uncomfortable.
Ancient Egyptians had some weird tastes in drinks.
An alleged alien abduction.
How East Grinstead became known as the "Hub of Weird."
If you want to spend the weekend reading about snail slime, this is your lucky day.
That's it for this week! See you on Monday, when we'll take another peek into the Mysterious Disappearance file. In the meantime, here's what happens when Chinese folk music runs into the Rolling Stones.