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Murder At The Coffee House Inn | A Victorian True Story

Murder At The Coffee House Inn | A Victorian True Story

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PM011 – Victorian Ginger Beer Bottle – Colchester – Nicholl and Co

Description – A Victorian Stoneware Bottle Collected for the bottles family history value – As the author has ancestral connections to Colchester, Essex. This bottle has a grey glaze and in a very good condition. Date – Late Victorian Period Weight – Size – Provenance – Found on a bottle dump in Heybridge, Essex in …

PM006 – Markham of Maldon / Victorian Stoneware Bottle

Description – Markham of Maldon / Victorian Stoneware Bottle / Ginger Beer Bottle Collected for the bottles family history value – As many of the authors ancestors come from Maldon, Essex. This bottle is a brown glaze and in incredible condition. Stamped with Bourne 12 Denby Date – Late Victorian Period Provenance – Found on …

PM005 – AERATED WATER Co ANNFIELD PLAIN IMPRESSED STONE BOTTLE

Description – Aerated Water Co Annfield Plain impressed stone bottle with impressed Port Dundas pottery mark in excellent condition no chips or cracks a nice clean bottle. Bought at auction for the items family history value, as Annfield Plain was birth place of the authors Great Grandmother Date – Edwardian / Early 20th Century Provenance …

The Story of Pocahontas

#pocahontas #thecoloursofthewind #thehistoryofpocahontas #thebiographyofpocahontas #pocahontasstory #pocahontasbiography Pocahontas | The Colours of the Wind | The History of and Biography of Pocahontas “All must die. But ‘tis enough that my child liveth.” It is believed that Those words, were the last that were spoken by Pocahontas as she lay on her death bed in Gravesend, Kent …

The History and Folklore of Broomfield Parish, Essex, England

The history and folklore of one of the most beautiful churches in Essex, England – Broomfield Parish Church… near Chelmsford. Why did the Normans build the church on Broomfield Green?Well, it’s all to do with a very sneaky dragon that lived in an adjacent field. One of His footprints can still be seen today The film …

A Beautiful Piece of Storytelling

A beautiful piece of story telling. The Murder of Maid Marian, is the eighth story in my collected works for Halloween. This is not a terrifying story, it is actually very sad and beautifully told. If you like a bedtime story, this is perfect for you. The tragic element of this tale, is the nature …

The Golden Farmer – Full Narrated Story

In 1714, 24 years after the golden farmer was executed’ the History of the Lives of the Most Notorious Highwaymen’. Was First published, the book was a huge success and has been reprinted many times since, this book became the main source of reference into the life of the Golden Farmer.The book attributes the golden …

Arsenic

13 Terrifying True Stories For Halloween | Story Three | Arsenic Welcome to the third of our 13 terrifying stories for Halloween, today we are going to take a deep dive into the murder of Mary Hounsell, wife of a cattle-doctor and victim of infatuation and love. This is a true story, and makes up …

Alice Kyteler, The Sorcerer of Kilkenny, Ireland

3rd of November 1324, The rain fell heavy across the medieval town of Kilkenny, Ireland. It was a cold autumn morning with high winds and yet the towns folk gathered in the main square, the noise of talk reverberated along the narrow cobbled muddied streets as they waited in awe for a spectacle that no …