Recap: April 2013

From murder mysteries to erasing the Norman Conquest out of history, quite a lot went on round here last month! Here’s a handy recap in case you missed anything you might find interesting..!

The Brixton Water Lane murder: Unsolved Victorian Murder Mystery.
The White Queen: The real story of Elizabeth Woodville.
Little White Lies International Giveaway: Running until the 31st May; have you entered yet?
Who put Bella in the Witch Elm?: A murder mystery that has been haunting the British Midlands since the 1940s.
The chilly coronation of Henry V: An ‘On This Day In History’ Tidbit, April 9th 1413.
The Queen in cloth of gold: An ‘On This Day In History’ Tidbit, April 11-12th 1533.
St. George and the Dragon: The myth behind the myth and the history behind the man.
Entirely beloved…?: An ‘On This Day In History’ Tidbit, April 25 1536.
Dead Men’s Shoes: An ‘On This Day In History’ Tidbit, April 29 1536.
What If..?: Harold Godwinson had won the Battle of Hastings: Post #01 in a new series about revisionist British history.
Some deep and difficult question: An ‘On This Day In History’ Tidbit, April 30 1536.

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