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The Wollaton Park Gnomes

Originally posted on Nottingham Hidden History Team:
Consider a different kind of ‘Fairy Tale’ by Frank E Earp  Gnomes & Boggarts Over the last few years the Wollaton Park Gnomes, (WPG), has become what is perhaps the most famous case…

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The Psi Wars Come To TED

Originally posted on The Weiler Psi:
I now have a follow up post to this one:  TED Swings the Banhammer:  It Rebounds in Their Face TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as…

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TED Chased by “Army of Passionate Supporters” Escapes Into TARDIS

Originally posted on The Weiler Psi:
This is a follow up to two previous posts:  The first was: The Psi Wars Come to TED  The second was: TED Swings the Banhammer: It Rebounds Into Their Face For those of you who…

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Remembering What Happened to TEDxWestHollywood

Originally posted on The Weiler Psi:
With the protest of TED coming up on April 2nd, all of the attention is being focused on Rupert Sheldrake’s talk.   The controversy began and ended with him after all. While it was…

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Peers defeat government anti-protest laws

Originally posted on DRILL OR DROP?:
Controversial government plans to crack down on protests have been defeated by peers in a series of late night votes. House of Lords debate on Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, 17 January 2022.…

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Just what WAS the Beast of Gévaudan?

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Originally posted on John Knifton:
There is no shortage of theories as to the identity of the murderous beast I described recently,  la Bèstia de Gévaudan,which terrorised a whole province of France from 1764-1767, and claimed upwards of a hundred…

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The Beast of Benais

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Originally posted on John Knifton:
The ferocious so-called “Beast of Benais”, in central France, was either one unbelievably long lived monster, or a series of, conceivably, related animals. According to one account….. “At the end of the winter of 1693, on…

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The Beast of Gévaudan: a real monster

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Originally posted on John Knifton:
Last week I watched my heroes, the six Hillbilly Hunters, chase vainly after the Hell Hound of Pike County, Kentucky. As a European, though, I could not possibly be unaware of this fearsome creatures’s striking similarity to the…

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The Beast of Veyreau….another cannibal killer!

Originally posted on John Knifton:
One more man eating monster to terrorise the local peasants of France was the “Bête de Veyreau”. At a time and in a place both relatively close to the Beast of Gevaudan, his bloodsoaked career…

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The Beast of Orléans and his grandson

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Originally posted on John Knifton:
This blog post will introduce you to yet another killer monster (or monsters) in the long, long series of killer monsters which have ravaged different areas of France from around 1550 until the present day.…

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