Shugborough inscription: A work by Peter Oberg where the letters stand for numbers which sum to the distance in miles 2810 miles from Shugborough to the so-called "Money Pit" on Oak Island, in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Glastonbury Tor in south west England is a magical and beautiful place. Myths and legends surround it.some say it is the entrance to the fabled Isle of Avalon, and that it is tied closely with the legends of King Arthur and the Holy Grail.
Hebrew Bible manuscript from the First Century BC containing two passages from the Book of Deuteronomy. Discovered in 1952 in a cave at Qumran, near the Dead Sea, it preserves one of the oldest copies of the Ten Commandments.
One regular crime committed in the era was the abduction of children for their clothes. Well-dressed youth would be captured, stripped, and left running home in their underwear. This was one of the reasons chaperons were often employed.
Holy Hell - Elizabeth Ann Duncan hired two men to kill her pregnant daughter-in-law in Nov. jealous that the young mother-to-be threatened her incestuous relationship with her son Frank, Duncan is one of four women executed in California's gas chamber.
Many treasure hunters including President Franklin D. Roosevelt, have tried to find treasure at Oak Island, Nova Scotia. In Roosevelt, at the age of was part of an exploration group. He maintained a lifelong interest in Oak Island.