Archive - Oct 28, 2012

New book reveals Scotland's lost gardens

English spies in the employ of Henry VIII would never believe that their maps could lead to the re-discovery of forgotten and abandoned gardens in Scotland. Their maps, along with aerial photography, historic documents, and even poetry, were used by Marilyn Brown for her book Scotland's Lost Gardens.

No RIP for royal heads

With the discovery of the possible remains of England's King Richard III, thoughts turn to the fates of other kings who found no peace in their rest. Greig Watson of BBC News has the story.

Morgan and Lusche new Heirs to Northshield Throne

Baroness Kateryn of the Amber Mists reports that Count Morgan Olander was the victor of the Fall 2012 Crown Tournament in the Kingdom of Northshield. His Excellency was inspired by Countess Lusche Della Cassiago.