Tag Archive: Britain

Oct 25

Wylding Hall, a book review for Halloween

Every year I cover an appropriate international mystery for Halloween. For example,¬†last year I talked about ghosts of Hong Kong and Macau.¬†Earlier this month I talked about the ghost ship the Baltimore, which was found with only a single survivor, a woman, who soon vanished from Nova Scotia and was never seen again. This year …

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Jan 02

Canada’s Project Habbakuk: the Strangest Military Technology ever

Military history is filled with strange ideas, which are often created out of extreme necessity. Sometimes they work, such as Hannibal’s ruse of tying torches to the horns of cattle, in order to mislead the Roman army regarding the direction his forces were moving. More often they fail. Still, of all the strange, mad ideas …

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