St Mary's Close, Edinburgh, Scotland is a maze of underground 17th streets, once home to hundreds of people, conditions were horrendous and once bubonic plague took hold and most of the people died it was sealed up and forgotten about until the 18th century when workman woking above punched through to the streets. It is now open to the public and you can have a guided tour of this creepy place
Stones, rocks, hill or mountain! They all hold a fascination for humans past and present. So much so, that rich legends and myths are told about them. But are they just cold and lifeless minerals? Or do they, as some maintain, have a force within them - a supernatural force?
So many season of every book we love over and over again. Not just in book form but it lasts hours and hours. That way you have to devote yourself to it as a book and you have more opportunities to fall in love all over again.
Owain Glyndŵr (c. 1353-1416), last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales. Born in Maelor Gymraeg, Denbighshire, Wales. Led a revolt against the English rule of Wales. 19th great-grandfather.