Built in 1215, Dragsholm Castle is one of the oldest non-religious buildings in Denmark. It was the only castle in Zealand to survive the Count’s Feud of 1534. From 1536-1664, it was used as a prison for the highest-ranking prisoners, mostly noblemen and clergy. The former owner, Joachim Rønnow, was imprisoned there. The castle was … Continue reading James Hepburn
Month: June 2019
Rabies is a virus. Infection occurs when an infected animal scratches or bites another animal or human. Another way to spread the virus is getting infected saliva in the eyes, nose or mouth. Dogs most often contract the virus, but humans in the Americas are more likely to contract Rabies from a bat than a … Continue reading Rabies
On April 21, 1962, Fred Young went into his back garden. There he found his wife, Molly, on the ground and in extreme pain. His 14 year old son, Graham, was close by, watching. Molly was rushed to the hospital and died that night. Her cause of death was a prolapse of the spinal bone. … Continue reading Graham Young
27 year old Elizabeth Amirian, known to friends and family as Bipsy, was a singer and piano player living in Murrieta, California at the time of her death. She was engaged to 25 year old Mickey Wagstaff. Their intended wedding date was less than a month away. Elizabeth had expressed some reservation about her upcoming … Continue reading Elizabeth Amirian
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