A Walk beyond Time and Place London is the most haunted capital in the world. Given its history and legends, this claim seems to have a true ring to it.
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On Sunday, October 9, 2022, I will give a conference talk at the 2022 Casebook: Jack the Ripper Conference.
A Walk beyond Time and Place Being one of the most beautiful parts of London, Greenwich has a lot to offer. On this walk you will not only discover its
A Walk beyond Time and Place The name of Fleet Street is known all over the world. Known as Britain’s centre of newspapers and journalism, it is also steeped in
The Tower of London is one of the most haunted places in Britain. Its grey walls have witnessed a long history of grim and horrifying events since it was constructed
Episode 16: Angela Buckley | Topic: Amelia Dyer and the Baby Farm MurdersEpisode 16: Angela Buckley | Topic: Amelia Dyer and the Baby Farm Murders
TALKS BEYOND TIME AND PLACE – EPISODE 16: ANGELA BUCKLEY Angela Buckley is the author of the historical true crime series “Victorian Supersleuth Investigates“. Her first book was “The Real
Strange tales from the River Thames: A walk along the SouthbankStrange tales from the River Thames: A walk along the Southbank
A Walk beyond Time and Place A walk along the Southbank of the River Thames is something tourists love to do. It includes many famous sights and views in a
A Walk beyond Time and Place This walk leads you through the quirky area of Clerkenwell, one of the most mysterious parts of London. It has a rich history that
London: A Legacy – An Iron Maiden London Walking TourLondon: A Legacy – An Iron Maiden London Walking Tour
An Iron Maiden Walking Tour through London sounds not difficult at first. The city has been one of the most important settings in the band’s history. This walk was written
“Bah! Humbug!”- A Guide to the locations of Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol”“Bah! Humbug!”- A Guide to the locations of Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol”
A Walk beyond Time and Place Christmas is near and we want to celebrate Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol” (1843) by presenting you a Self-Guided Walk to the locations of