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Sutton Place by Dinah Lampitt (1983)

This is a giant, tangled mess of royal curses, colliding time periods, Romany crystal-gazers, witchcraft imaginary illegitimate children, unwitting ghosts and, of course, a Haunted Manor. 4,425 more words

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May 17th, 1536. In tribute to George Boleyn, Henry Norris, Mark Smeaton, William Brereton, and Francis Weston: Two Poems by Sir Thomas Wyatt

It is often assumed, on the basis of various allusions in his love poetry, anecdotes relayed by his grandson George, and later fictional accounts, that the poet Thomas Wyatt had been in love with Anne at one time, and that his famous poetic lament over the terrible “sight” he had seen from the Bell Tower expressed his heartbreak over Anne’s execution. 968 more words

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