Wholesale Stone Island
This week’s Hyperlink Dump is sponsored by the Fellowship of Kitten Aeronauts!
What the hell is the attention of Stone the Sahara
What the hell are the Fort Mountain Petroglyphs
Be careful for these sea serpents!
Be careful for those Devon witch wars!
Be careful for those Minneapolis caves!
Be careful for these flying Coney Island monsters!
Be careful for these Megalodons!
One stone island vest of many extra offbeat Jack the Ripper suspects.
A scandalous Victorian bank failure.
George Washington’s dog.
16th century strange sounds in the sky.
Why it’s amazing that we can nonetheless learn “Beowulf.”
Edward Braddock and George Washington.
An Arab embassy in Darkish Age Scandinavia.
Ladies share some nice discourse in 16th century England.
A wartime execution.
Hints to Victorian unmarried ladies.
A murder in King’s Meadow.
Murder for fun and profit.
Georgian cakes and puddings.
The Roughriders of the Mediterranean.
A short historical past of the Evil Eye.
Horses who sniff out loss of life.
A DIY cathedral.
Nineteenth century Pedestrianism.
Mozart’s “Il Seraglio.”
The church with a cat greeter.
The first Servile War.
Life on the road in the Napoleonic era.
The King of the Fairies.
The brewery flood of 1814.
The primary lady to be filmed by an Edison movement image digital camera.
Utilizing liquid to carve stone.
A very unhappy case of eighth century infanticide.
Another account of a child’s death, this one from the early 18th century.
The extremely unfortunate Hoo Loo.
One very busy sleepwalker.
The enduring thriller of the Boy within the Field.
How spiritualism turned a craze.
The execution of John Ball.
The Swell Mob vs. Stone Island Jeans Two Intrepid Females. Three guesses who wins.
Being broken on the wheel: one of the nastier aspects of life in the 18th century.
Canines and stone island vest crinolines.
That Damned Charles Fort.
That point Voltaire gamed the lottery.
A nasty dream of the Romanovs.
Countess Castiglione, queen of the selfies.
Nineteenth century longevity.
Main Ward and the skeleton.
And we’re performed! See you on Monday, once we’ll take a look at a particularly bizarre homicide in Seattle. Within the meantime, this is some Salieri. It is a pity these foolish legends about him have obscured the reminiscence of this fairly charming composer.