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Fotheringhay Church

St Mary’s church at Fotheringhay in Northamptonshires lies alongside the Rive Nene. This beautiful and historic building was started in 1411 and is located in the same village in whose castle Richard III was born and Mary Queen of Scots was beheaded. 29 more words

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A Challenge to Conventional Thinking

Throughout my research on the topic of the Princes in the Tower and Richard III, I have noticed a common theme. It seems to me that most historians and the general public believe that the Princes in the Tower were either smothered in their beds or starved to death. 394 more words

Meta-Cognitive View of Richard III

For the past three years I have been following, researching and investigating the mystery of Richard III and the deaths of his nephews. My fascination with this obscure piece of history began with the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton. 420 more words

Richard III is at it again!

Everybody’s favorite Shakespearian villain is haunting the streets of Baltimore again.¬†This time at Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s indoor performance space, The Great Hall Theatre¬†at St. 251 more words

Thought Of The Day

From the Creator

Let’s consider this my weekly behind the scenes update… Well, I have good intentions on the weekly part but don’t hold me to it!

First, I am quite proud of the update done to the About page- more will eventually be done to it, but for now I am just happy to have updated the pictures. 693 more words

Eleanor's Journal Entries

Eleanor's journal entries 54: No peace or comfort in sanctuary


The sanctuary was no safe haven of peace or quiet comfort. That morning it was filled with tears and bitter arguments between the women who remained there. 2,193 more words

Eleanor's Journal Entries