Myths and Mysteries

OCTOBER 2017:

Boston By Night

FEBRUARY 2017:

Secrets of the Pow-wow

JANUARY 2017:

The Kingdom of Hay

DECEMBER 2016:

Sinterklaas

NOVEMBER 2016:

Canterbury Tales

JULY 2016:

Kong: Fact or Fiction?

JUNE 2016:

Mysteries of the Moor

MARCH 2016:

Oranges and Lemons

FEBRUARY 2016:

The Bay of the Departed

DECEMBER 2015:

The Maid of Buttermere

NOVEMBER 2015:

Manannan, Son of the Sea

SEPTEMBER 2015:

Morag, the Monster of Loch Morar

AUGUST 2015:

Sawney Bean

JULY 2015:

Scarborough Fair

FEBRUARY 2015:

The Hunt for the Hound

JANUARY 2015:

The White Horse of Uffington

NOVEMBER 2014:

The Stone of Destiny

JULY 2014:

Legend of the Black Swine

JUNE 2014:

The Ghosts of Haddon Hall

MAY 2014:

The Demon Countess of Anjou

APRIL 2014:

The Green Ray

MARCH 2014:

The Lost Souls of Mingulay

JANUARY 2014:

Shadows in the Fens

DECEMBER 2013:

The Frozen Head Legend

Midwinter Ghosts

NOVEMBER 2013:

The Stones of Callanish

OCTOBER 2013:

Nutcrack Night

The Curious Case of Lord Kitchener

SEPTEMBER 2013:

Riddle of the Singing Sands

AUGUST 2013:

Megalodon, Terror of the Deep

JULY 2013:

Immortal Beloved

JUNE 2013:

The Smiling Pope

MAY 2013:

Paul is dead?

APRIL 2013:

The Knights of God

MARCH 2013:

Rasputin, ‘The Mad Monk’

FEBRUARY 2013:

The Lord Lucan Affair

JANUARY 2013:

The Most Mysterious Manuscript in the World

DECEMBER 2012:

Malleus Maleficarum

NOVEMBER 2012:

Where is the Mona Lisa?

OCTOBER 2012:

The Devil’s Triangle

Winter Masks

SEPTEMBER 2012:

The Riddle of Richard the Third

Phantoms and Faders in Old London Town

AUGUST 2012:

A College Mystery

The Secret of Atlantis

Land of the Prince Bishops

JULY 2012:

Midsummer Mysteries

The Lost Maps of the Ancients

The Mark of Simon

JUNE 2012:

Royal Ghosts & Hauntings

MAY 2012:

The Golden Section

The Shakespeare Conspiracy

APRIL 2012:

Northwest Passages

Zombie Pirates!

The Pagan Roots of Easter

MARCH 2012:

Whitechapel

Ghosts of Prague

FEBRUARY 2012:

The Superstitions of the Vikings

Black Dogs and Demonic Hounds

The Michelangelo Code

The Missing Link

City of the Dead

JANUARY 2012:

The Heart of Winter

Freaky Fairy Tales

The Curse of the Idol’s Eye

DECEMBER 2011:

Yuletide Chills: The Wild Hunt

A History of Witchcraft

Edward Elgar and Alfred Watkins

The Philosopher’s Stone

Urban Legends

NOVEMBER 2011:

The Murder Tree

The Month of Blood

The Walking Dead

The Green Children

The Strange Disappearance of Agatha Christie

All the King’s Men

The Mother of All Monsters

The Hellfire Club

OCTOBER 2011:

The Island of Disappearing Men

The Beast of Glamis Castle

Celtic Otherworlds

The Croatoan Mystery

The Riddle of Loch Ness

Did Joan of Arc return from the dead?

A Conspiracy of Titanic Proportions?

The Day of the Dead

SEPTEMBER 2011:

New Zealand Ghosts

The Devil in Dartmoor?

The Stone Secrets of Easter Island

Spring-heeled Jack: The Other Ripper

The Visions of Eleanor Jourdain

The Mystery of the Mary Celeste

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2 Responses to “Myths and Mysteries”

  1. maggiemoosetracks November 25, 2012 at 5:49 pm #

    We love a good mystery. WOOF WOOF

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