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Second Holy Land Trip - Nineteenth Day - Skeletons

Not much things are happening these days.  Nothing interesting objects were found.

We eat lunch at Kibutz, but for breakfast, they deliver to the digging site.  137 more words


Three Minute Review #5: The Night of Terror (1981)

Made for £100 by the 13-year old Andrea Bianachi and written by his 6-year old brother Piero Rignoli, The Night of Terror (or Burial Ground) is a zombie film so bad, I can’t imagine what the backers said when they saw the first cut. 90 more words


Tuckerton Shell Mound, Tuckerton, NJ

We learned about the Tuckerton Shell Mound while reading the book Ghost Towns and Other Quirky Places in the New Jersey Pine Barrens by Barbara Solem-Stull. 189 more words


Tuam Mother and Baby Home: Irish Workhouse Sewerage in the 1840s

There has been a large amount of controversy recently concerning a piece of ground on the site of the former Children’s Home at Tuam, Co. Galway. 704 more words

Songs of Innocence and Experience:- Meeting William Blake and Disappointment at Bunhill

I wandered through each chartered street,
Near where the chartered Thames does flow,
A mark in every face I meet,
Marks of weakness, marks of woe. 1,763 more words


Loudblast – Burial Ground

I would love to enter this review with a nostalgic arsenal of Loudblast tunes rattling around my head to compare and contrast Burial Ground, the bands 7th full-length album since 1985, and really hold this death metal slab to the fires of judgement. 504 more words