Click the link to learn more, readers: Metal Detectorist Finds 2000 Year Old Gold Torc in a Norfolk Field Nov 3, 2020 Ian Harvey Norfolk, a county in eastern England, has seen its share of buried treasure. In 1948 the Snettisham treasure from 100BC was found in a field which kept turning up massive amounts of … Continue reading A Golden Find
Forgive the Dr. Who* joke, readers, but it was begging to be done. Learn more about this fascinating discovery around Stonehenge through the link below: Archaeologists Find Massive Prehistoric Structure ENCIRCLING Stonehenge Jun 28, 2020 Steve Palace A team in England have reportedly found Britain’s largest ever prehistoric structure encircling Stonehenge. A ring of ancient … Continue reading Bigger on the Outside Than on the Inside?
I stumbled across this little treasure while surfing through Amazon’s Kindle store. Although I say “little,” the term is not meant to be derogatory; The Most Expensive Alley Cat in London is a short story. One can read it in under an hour, making it a small gem, indeed: A Desperate Urchin. A Mysterious Stray. … Continue reading Review: The Most Expensive Alley Cat in London by Corinna Turner
If you have claustrophobia, then you will definitely wish to avoid being held in this slammer. England’s smallest prison remains active to this day, so if one commits a crime, he does the time in this tiny jail. Check out the article to learn more: The World’s Smallest Prison Still Operates on this Tiny English … Continue reading Miniature Big House
It may not be gold and jewels, but finding a classic car buried in one’s backyard is hardly something to complain about! Check out the article linked below to learn more, readers: This is not the car from the article. It is used to illustrate the story. Man Finds Classic 1950s Car Buried in his … Continue reading Backyard Treasure
Now this is a residence with class! Click the link to learn more, readers. And if you have some spare cash, maybe this could be your new vacation home! Price Slashed for Gothic “Fantasy Tower” Converted into Amazing 4-Bed Home Apr 8, 2020 Ian Harvey If you’re looking for a new Gothic tower home, something … Continue reading Rapunzel, Rapunzel, Let Down Your Hair!
Or don’t. The liquor in these old beer bottles has high concentrations of lead in it. Still, it is an interesting discovery. Click the link to learn more, readers: 19TH-CENTURY BEER BOTTLES FOUND UNDER THE STAIRCASE IN ENGLAND MARCH 27, 2020 ARCHAEOLOGY WORLD TEAM WYAS Archeological Services made the finding back in February and subsequently sent … Continue reading Have Another Round on the House!
Well, this is interesting. Researchers believe they may have uncovered the monastery where the first king of England was crowned. They are not one hundred percent certain the coronation of Edgar the Peaceful really occurred here, but it seems likely. Despite the general upheaval of the centuries, the coronation ceremony for British royalty has remained … Continue reading A Royal Discovery
Check out the amazing footage included in this Popular Mechanics’ article! Watch Four Air Force Transports Thread Through a Valley MC-130Js usually fly at night to avoid being spotted by the enemy, but this clip captures them in broad daylight. By Kyle Mizokami May 23, 2019 A new Twitter video shows a formation of U.S. Air … Continue reading Daring Flights
Check out the link below to learn more, readers: Iron Age Chariot Burial Site Found – Complete with Horse and Rider Oct 9, 2018 Nancy Bilyeau In the second time in two years, an Iron Age chariot has been found buried in a Yorkshire community. The discovery was made in the town of Pocklington, England, … Continue reading “Where Now is the Horse and the Rider?”