Door knocking is so last century. See how we got rid of them.EnergyOnline
Join Dr Lindsey Fitzharris and Chris Skaife (The Ravenmaster at the Tower of London) as they dig up stories about the fates of Britain's wickedest criminals, from the 12th to the 20th century. What do we know about the executioners of the past? When did the "long drop" come into existence? And what exactly happened to all those heads on Tower Bridge? Check out their blog and The Hung & Drawn Quarterly for answers!www.gravemattersblog.com
For the love of old houses... A collection of over 3,400 old and historic homes and properties. Come to buy, day dream or be inspired.www.oldhousedreams.com
We hold events that bring together intellectuals and independent thinkers engaged in the exploration of our shared mortality by sharing knowledge and art. Death is sanitized and hidden in contemporary culture to the point of becoming a taboo subject. We aim to subvert this death denial by opening up conversations with the public about death and its anthropological, historical, and artistic contributions to culture. In the spirit of the 18th-century salon, our informal intellectual gatherings include one multi-day annual Death Salon event and smaller one-day Death Salon events hosted in cities worldwide.www.deathsalon.org
A Compendium of Corpses, Macabre History, and Bizarre Excavations.www.strangeremains.com
A journey amoungst the weird, the wonderful and the downright ugly of the natural world.
Life at its most bizarre. A collection of creatures strange in body or habit. The weird, the ugly, the monstrous.www.realmonstrosities.com
On this site you will find an enormous amount of information about bird skulls and anatomy of species from the Western Palearctic and other areas from all over the world.www.skullsite.com
A Halloween safety educational film from 1977 produced by Centron Educational Films.www.archive.org
Yup! It is real... Dark yaki gyoza, the famous late-night munch in ToKyo, a 70 minutes recipe.grimgrains.com/dark+yaki+gyoza
Curious History is here to entertain you with natural and human wonders both vintage and current.
The website Curious History is filled with highly interesting people, places, events, and objects throughout history including the present day. The site is not restricted to any particular time-frame and includes information from all over the World. I do not own the material, the website acts as a curator of the most interesting information available throughout the Internet and books. The site is filled with beautiful photographs, both current and vintage. Once you start looking through the site, sit back, relax, and enjoy your trip through Curious History.www.curioushistory.com