Sunday, November 29, 2015

From The Annals Of Law, Medicine And Teenagers Gone Wild

Today frequent contributor, Bruce, sent me three interesting reports from centuries past.

The first is about a thief who stole an Italian greyhound. When caught he was offered two choices: he could either be consigned to the police or he could kneel down on the street and kiss the little dog.
More: Mimi Matthews

The second story concerns a woman who was struck dumb when she swallowed thunder.
More: Thomas Morris

Number three tells us about Victorian era writers who were rebellious teenagers.
More: Writers In London In the 1890s

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