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Personas Muertas: Tenia la edad 13 años cuando sucedio por primera vez era las 11.30pm tenia la costumbre de ir a comprar a esas horas ya que por donde vivo las tiendas quedan abiertas hazta la 1 o 2 am ...dias antes de ese heco habia muerto un vecino...

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Personas Muertas: Tenia la edad 13 años cuando sucedio por primera vez era las 11.30pm tenia la costumbre de ir a comprar a esas horas ya que por donde vivo las tiendas quedan abiertas hazta la 1 o 2 am ...dias antes de ese heco habia muerto un vecino...

The Rules of Magic, According to the Greatest Fantasy Sagas of All Time Magic is mysterious and ancient, and its workings are often beyond the understanding of mere mortals. But that doesn't mean that magic doesn't have rules.

The Rules of Magic, According to the Greatest Fantasy Sagas of All Time

[CasaGiardino] ♛ The Rules of Magic, According to the Greatest Fantasy Sagas of All Time Magic is mysterious and ancient, and its workings are often beyond the understanding of mere mortals. But that doesn't mean that magic doesn't have rules.

I've seen 6 of these movie Sagas. Am I the only one who wishes they could still make saga movies which have a great story yet don't make your butt fall asleep by the time you are done watching it? (Ala "Back to the Future")

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Iceland Land of Sagas http://ift.tt/2yRFNCR

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Gunnhild konungamóðir (mother of kings) or Gunnhild Gormsdóttir (c. 910  –  c. 980) is a quasi-historical figure who appears in the Icelandic Sagas, according to which she was the wife of Eric Bloodaxe (king of Norway 930–34, 'King' of Orkney c. 937–54, and king of Jórvík 948–49 and 952–54). She appears prominently in sagas such as Fagrskinna, Egils saga, Njáls saga, and Heimskringla. For more information about Gunnhild click the Wikipedia link.

Gunnhild konungamóðir (mother of kings) or Gunnhild Gormsdóttir (c. 910 – c. 980) is a quasi-historical figure who appears in the Icelandic Sagas, according to which she was the wife of Eric Bloodaxe (king of Norway 930–34, 'King' of Orkney c. 937–54, and king of Jórvík 948–49 and 952–54). She appears prominently in sagas such as Fagrskinna, Egils saga, Njáls saga, and Heimskringla. For more information about Gunnhild click the Wikipedia link.

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