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Titanic violin discovered

Titanic violin discovered

Image: wikimedia.org The missing violin played by the Titanic’s band leader as the ship slowly sank may have been found 99 years on. Wallace Hartley and his seven band members became part of the Titanic’s history when they continued to play while going down with the ship on April 14, 1912.

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Episodes of The Simpsons banned in Germany, Switzerland and Austria

Episodes of The Simpsons banned in Germany, Switzerland and Austria

Episodes of The Simpsons which feature jokes about nuclear meltdowns have been banned in a number of countries – as a reaction to the disaster currently unfolding in Japan. German channel Pro7 was the first to act, vowing to screen footage from the popular cartoon series to make sure episodes which make light of nuclear crises are not aired for […]

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Paranormal Night – Ghostwatch

Paranormal Night – Ghostwatch

Friday 1st April, Friday 20th May and Friday 24th June. 8pm – 1:30am Gill Hibbert is a local renown Medium, and will lead the tour around the Snibston site to include the historical theatre and the old Colliery buildings. The tour will be briefed first with a detailed background history of the site. Each area will then be visited with […]

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Researching “Bownessie”

Researching “Bownessie”

Source:Westmorland Gazette Did you know there is only one body of water in the English Lake District that carries the name ‘lake’? The others are meres, tarns and waters. The main focus of this article is Windermere, the largest natural lake in England. Though its name suggests it is a mere, things aren’t quite that simple. The word ‘mere’ suggests […]

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Family send in paranormal experts after 'capturing ghost' in home video

Family send in paranormal experts after 'capturing ghost' in home video

A spooked family have called in a real-life ghost buster – after capturing this video of a poltergeist moving a chair across a bedroom. Lisa Manning and her children Ellie, 11, and Jaydon, six, have fled their house in terror several times because of spooky goings-on. They include pots and pans being thrown around the kitchen, window blinds moving up […]

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UK Space Agency launches in Swindon

Britain is going back to the final frontier, with the official launch of the UK Space Agency in Swindon. The first and last UK satellite launch was Prospero back in 1971.

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Shiver! by Michael Prescott

Shiver! by Michael Prescott

Shiver, the first psychological thriller I ever wrote, is now available in a for $2.99. The book was a modest bestseller in its print version, going through four editions. It was recently made into an by producer Robert D. Weinbach. The film's release is not yet scheduled, but should be sometime this year. I wrote Shiver under my old pen […]

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Fresh Quake Hits Japan

Fresh Quake Hits Japan

As news emerged today of yet another earthquake striking Japan, terrifying new footage from the original March 11 earthquake and tsunami shows the brutal and deadly power of the water that has claimed thousands of lives. Filmed from the top of a building in Kesennuma, around 300 miles north-east of Tokyo, the footage shows the surge of water cascading over […]

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Oslo Airport Shutdown Due To UFO

Oslo Airport Shutdown Due To UFO

According to media reports the Oslo’s Airport at Gardermoen was forced to close on Friday March 25 busy spring afternoon, because of a UFO that entered its air space and stayed there. A spokesman for Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), Knut Morten Johansen, told Norwegian Broadcasting (NRK) Friday that the disruption also cost the airlines millions “because it affected so many flights […]

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Experience: I feel other people's pain

Experience: I feel other people's pain

Photograph: Chris Thomond When I watch a film, I feel as if I'm in starring in it. was horrific. My friend invited me to see it, and I had no idea what it was about – I normally try to avoid dramas and thrillers. When the character was tortured, I felt as if my body was being beaten; I could […]

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