Monthly Archives: December 2019

Nazis Over Montsegur?

Raiders of the Lost Grail This one is going to seem a little far-fetched. But it is not outside the realms of possibility. While researching Montsegur stories yesterday, I came across this one about Otto Rahn, who had been assigned … Continue reading

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The Fall of Montsegur Castle

View from the Steep Side I’ve written about this historical ‘event’ many times. Here is the main post. But I’d never thought to do the chart, until now.   The Kepler 7.0 program has added 7 days to the original … Continue reading

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Braving the New World

Outlander – Season Four Due to the rising costs of practically everything, I took the decision about two years ago to reduce our cable TV subscription. As a result, we lost the “W” Network and access to the Outlander series. … Continue reading

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Touchstone Cool

Wayland’s Smithy – 11 October 1987 If you’ve been following my posts from the very beginning in 2014, you would have come across a poem I wrote in 1987 to commemorate a visit to this long barrow. Now I want … Continue reading

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I’m the King of the Castle, am I Not?

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Was It a Tragic Accident or a Murder?

Natalie Wood This November 1981 mystery has yet another turn of the wheel with Dr. Oz interviewing the captain of Robert Wagner’s boat. Dennis Davern overheard the argument between Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood on the night she died. The … Continue reading

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Remember Christmas Days

Remember Christmas Days   Remember Christmas Days when we were young, When Jack Pine’s boughs hung heavy, bright with lights, While children braved the clear, yet frosty, nights And meaning gave to each glad carol sung.   Inside the home, … Continue reading

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