Daily Archives: October 24, 2014

It was a dark and stormy night…

Go on then… as it’s almost Hallowe’en, I’ll share once again the old Yorkshire tale of the Hand of Glory… It is not a myth… though its truth may be obscure… one Hand even survives to this  day, found in … Continue reading

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…a dedication to all the fallen, and particularly to Cpl Nathan Cirillo in the face of the recent madness…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…I don’’t often cut and paste my Facebook posts as blog pieces, but so many people have asked me to do so with the post I made on there yesterday, in the hope that the…

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Making a move

I remember reading a Sherlock Holmes novel years ago where the great detective correctly determined the employment of a young woman… a typist… because of the wear of her fingernails. I recall thinking that it was unlikely that a keyboard … Continue reading

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