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  • Roller coaster hits deer and decapitates the creature to the horror of the passengers.
    Roller coaster hits deer: Fawn decapitated as riders splattered with gore
    A roller coaster ride turns into something like a horror story scene when a deer standing on the tracks is hit and decapitated. This scene unfolded for the stunned passengers, who are spattered with blood. According to O Canada.com on Sept. 30, a...
  • The Great Hall
    Cooking for Henry VIII: Hampton Court Palace
    According to Robert Fitch, baker and culinary historian at Hampton Court Palace, a leavened loaf of evenly textured white bread or any bread was not the staff of life for the average working class European in the 16th century – or any bread....
  • Kate Middleton: Pregnancy has gambling organizations taking bets on child’s sex
    Kate Middleton: Pregnancy has gambling organizations taking bets on child’s sex
    It is no surprise that Kate Middleton and Prince William are expecting a second child. Kate is now close to the eight or nine weeks along. With her ailment of severe morning sickness and a temporary inability to perform her duties with regard to...
  • 307 Years And Counting
    307 Years And Counting
    For 307 years the countries of Scotland and England have joined at the hip. They are both part of the United Kingdom and they have just come to realize that they need each other to survive. The Scottish nation took to the polls and tested the...
  • Skeleton's holding hands for 700 years, now that's everlasting love!
    Skeletons holding hands with fingers intertwined for 700 years in grave
    For 700 years the skeletal remains of two people were in their resting place holding hands, giving an eerie romantic twist to the gruesome find of skeletons. The two skeletons were found in a group of 13 skeletons unearthed from a very old English...
  • Lake District in Cumbria
    Three luxury retreats for Fall vacations in the English Lake District
    With autumn rapidly approaching, a hallmark of English countryside vacations is the Lake District in Cumbria - a patchwork quilt of mountain peaks, open fells, lakes and sparkling rivers that inspired writers as diverse as Beatrix Potter and...
  • Emaciated Horses Found in England
    Miracle Recovery
    September 5, 2014, in Buckinghamshire, England, a gruesome scene was uncovered. Three horses , emaciated, starved, ragged and decrepit lay on the ground, abandoned and dying. The RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) was...
  • Paddock's House hotel
    Off to the English races at Paddock's House
    By David Stewart WhiteA birthplace of modern thoroughbred horse racing, the tiny town of New Market lies just sixty-five miles north of London. There's a huge equine population here: New Market has slightly more than 20,000 people and over 3...
  • chocolate
    The British yen for Chocolate
    We’ve always known the British adore their sweets. Look at their dental records. The British love of chocolate has a long and storied history going back to the obvious similarities between the Stonehenge monuments and the popular Cadbury...
  • 'Shopping, Seduction & Mr. Selfridge' an entertaining bio
    'Shopping, Seduction & Mr. Selfridge' an entertaining bio
    The series Mr. Selfridge starring Jeremy Piven, has been popular on both sides of the Atlantic and has been broadcast on our local PBS station AETN, for the past two seasons, with season three expected to begin early next year. Now there is a book...
  • Women's World Cup Canada 2015 (Aug. 22)
    England whacks Wales to qualify for FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015
    England is the second European nation to qualify for the FIFA Women's World Cup Canada 2015.England sealed their spot yesterday by virtue of a 4-0 win over Wales, guaranteeing first place in Group 6 of the Canada 2015 Qualifiers.The victor...
  • The London "Wonderground" at Southbank through Sept. 28
    Globetrotting A to Z: London
    If you've never been to London, you've never tasted real fish and chips, seen a real drawbridge or drank a proper pint.These are just some of the draws, but no doubt, upon your first trip you'll discover many more.As with all touristy...
  • Moresby Hall: a millennium-old, English country guesthouse
    Moresby Hall: a millennium-old, English country guesthouse
    The lighted granite stone façade and leaded windows of Moresby Hall in Cumbria, northwest England, are magnificent, even in the dark of evening.Such is the visual effect of this 1,000-old building converted into a hotel lying 20 miles west of...
  • What to see in England: Six essentials in London and beyond
    What to see in England: Six essentials in London and beyond
    England is one of the great destinations for travelers. The country is home to some of the greatest tourist attractions, including stunning churches, prehistoric monuments and iconic structures instantly recognizable worldwide.Here are six must...
  • Crop circle in Germany has people flocking to it singing, dancing and swinging pendulums.
    Crop Circles pop up: People flocking to crop circle phenomenon in Germany
    Crop circles have popped up within days of each other in England, Germany and Russia. The crop circles appear overnight and in one case the field was monitored by security cameras. While a crop circle was created there, nothing as far as people or...