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When You Were Young and Your Heart Was an Open Book

Next on the Marketing Muses’ list of suggested posts: paranormal New Orleans. I’m not going to lie; the prospect of writing this one scared me the most. 598 more words

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August 3, 1537 - Elizabeth Seymour Marries Gregory Cromwell

In March 1537, Jane Seymour’s sister Elizabeth, a widow in a somewhat impoverished state, had written to Thomas Cromwell hoping to be considered for an award of lands from one of the dissolved abbeys. 658 more words

Interesting Letters And Speeches

Jane Boleyn – Condemner of Queens - Part 2

But where was Jane Boleyn during all this?

Stuck in a loveless, childless marriage to the intelligent, good looking George, who was a palace courtier during the early reign of King Henry VIII and a firm favourite of the King due to his quick wit and intelligence. 1,929 more words


Henry VIII is buried where?!

Henry VIII is buried where?!

Portrait of Henry VIII. (Photo by Imagno/Getty Images)

He’s the king who had six wives and tired of them like a child tires of toys, who rid himself (and the world) of anyone who disagreed with him, didn’t like the pope and was fat…. 2,049 more words

49757 Postcard - #4 (7/23/16)

Dear Readers,

If you’ve never seen the movie Somewhere in Time, filmed on Mackinac Island, this postcard may have little meaning.

In the movie, there is a scene where Elise McKenna, an actress, is on stage and gives this monologue, which is not part of the script of the play: 229 more words

Mackinac Island

$2 Million Dollars US for one Dinner for Two. Most expensive meal, but also offers great value.

We’re not talking about a McPick Meal Deal for $5. We’re talking about the most expensive Dining Out experience in the whole world.

Yes $2,000,000.00 for a meal for 2 people. 498 more words

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What is Puerperal fever?

Many believe that Jane Seymour’s death following the birth of her son was as a result of puerperal fever, but what exactly does that mean? 156 more words