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am star 'burned alive' in York From York Press I'm baffled at the previous two comments.

Did you two get out of bed the wrong side this morning or what? Grumpy, for your information burning witches was common place in Scotland and much of Europe nowhere in the article does it labour the point that the history is purely English. The Dungeons burberry clearance sale are definitely not my cup of tea but I'm open minded enough to accept that it entertains and attracts and huge amount of people. It's not supposed to be an accurate reenactment of English history, get a grip! Next you'll want to ban Christmas because maybe Jesus wasn't actually born on the 25th of December! Grow up! I'm baffled at the previous two comments. Did you two get out of bed the wrong side this morning or what? Grumpy, for your information burning witches was common place in Scotland and much of Europe nowhere in the article does it labour the burberry outlet online usa sale point that the history is purely English. The Dungeons are definitely not my cup of tea but I'm open minded enough to accept that it entertains and attracts and huge amount of people. It's not supposed to be an accurate reenactment of English history, get a grip! Next you'll want to ban Christmas because maybe Jesus wasn't actually born on the 25th of December! Grow up!I'm baffled at the previous two comments. Did you two get out of bed the wrong side this morning or what? Grumpy, for your information burning witches was common place in Scotland and much of Europe nowhere in the article does it labour the point that the history is purely English. The Dungeons are definitely not my cup of tea but I'm open minded enough to accept that it entertains and attracts and huge amount of people. It's not supposed to be an accurate reenactment of English history, get a grip! Next you'll want to ban Christmas because maybe Jesus wasn't actually born on the 25th of December! Grow up! No, Gooddoc, I didn't get out of bed the wrong side I just happen to care about the history of this city and get very annoyed when ignorant people try to foist their crackpot version of history upon us. And yes, I do know they burnt witches in Scotland but last time I looked York was in England. Perhaps someone could explain to you the difference. Mind you, as your last comment leads me to belive that you still believe in fairy stories, I guess they'd be wasting their time. Grumpy Old Man No, Gooddoc, I didn't get out of bed the wrong side I just happen to care about the history of this city and get very annoyed when ignorant people try to foist their crackpot version of history upon us. And yes, I do know they burnt witches in Scotland but last time I looked York was in England. Perhaps someone could explain to you the difference. Mind you, as your last comment leads me to belive that you still believe in fairy stories, I guess they'd be wasting their time. Merlin Entertainment who run the Dungeons here and in Edinburgh, London and Germany are always looking for "slants" to perk up their exhibits. I've enjoyed working on some of their sites building exhibits and occasionally roar with laughter at the ridiculous bending of history. I've enjoyed working on some of their sites building exhibits and occasionally roar with laughter at the ridiculous bending of history. But it's good fun and harmless too. [quote][p][bold][/bold] wrote: Merlin Entertainment who run the Dungeons here and in Edinburgh, London and Germany are always looking for "slants" to perk up their exhibits. I've enjoyed working on some of their sites building exhibits and occasionally roar with laughter at the ridiculous bending of history. But it's good fun and harmless too.[/p][/quote]John? wrote: Merlin Entertainment who run the Dungeons here and in Edinburgh, London and Germany are always looking for "slants" to perk up their exhibits. I've enjoyed working on some of their sites building exhibits and occasionally roar with laughter at the ridiculous bending of history. Go to the original 18th century prison at York Castle Museum and see Elizabeth Boardingham who was burned for "petty treason", which really meant adultery against her husband at that time. York residents are free with Yor Card (cheap plug alert!) ;o)Women were burnt at the stake until the late 18th century, though not always for witchcraft and they were usually strangled first in an "act of mercy". Go to the original 18th century prison at York Castle Museum and see Elizabeth Boardingham who was burned for "petty treason", which really meant adultery against her husband at that time. York residents are free with Yor Card (cheap plug alert!) ;o) [quote][p][bold][/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold][/bold] what department stores sell burberry wrote: Merlin Entertainment who run the Dungeons here and in Edinburgh, London and Germany are always looking for "slants" to perk up their exhibits. I've enjoyed working on some of their sites building exhibits burberry in outlet mall and occasionally roar with laughter at the ridiculous bending of history. But it's good fun and harmless too.[/p][/quote]John?[/p][/quote]No, sorry. wrote: [quote][p][bold][/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold][/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold][/bold] wrote: Merlin Entertainment who run the Dungeons here and in Edinburgh, London and Germany are always looking for "slants" to perk up their exhibits. I've enjoyed working on some of their sites building exhibits and occasionally roar with laughter at the ridiculous bending of history. But it's good fun and harmless too.

[/p][/quote]John?[/p][/quote]No, sorry.[/p][/quote]Hmmm. Seems familiar.


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