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NorthSheild1North Shields is a town on the north bank of the River Tyne, in the metropolitan borough of North Tyneside, Tyne and Wear in North East England. Historically part of Northumberland, it is located eight miles (13 km) east of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Its name derives from Middle English schele meaning 'temporary sheds or huts (used by fishermen)', and still today, the area is synonymous with fishing and other trades associated with seafaring.

TheCuriousLegendsofScotlandsCannibalFamiliesAmong the various recurring themes in horror fiction, scenarios that involve the idea of cannibalism have remained a lasting staple. Despite the carnage it presents, we find the motif brilliantly juxtaposed against class and couth with Thomas Harris’ brilliant, but deranged serial killer Hannibal Lecter. However uniquely it is presented, cannibalism in modern horror maintains the premise that carnage, whether out of necessity, or by virtue of choice within a deranged mind, is a real and lasting element of terror.

Though Lecter remains perhaps the most popular, cult classic films within the genre have featured the idea in a number of other forms. One of the greatest among horror film aficionados is Wes Craven’s 1977 film, The Hills Have Eyes, in which a family traveling through a remote stretch of the Nevada desert art besieged by subterranean cannibals that have lived off of those unfortunate enough to have passed through the region.

DurhamPalaceSkeletons found near Durham Cathedral were those of 17th Century Scottish prisoners of war, tests have revealed.

Between 17 and 29 sets of remains were found in a mass grave in 2013 during work on a university library.

The bodies appeared to have been tipped into ground, all jumbled together and without signs of ceremony.

Following detailed study, experts from the university have dated them to 1650, and believe them to be soldiers captured during the Battle of Dunbar.

scotlandwolvesWolves lived in Scotland for thousands of years until heightened hunting eventually drove them into extinction.

The wolf traditionally cited as the last in all of Scotland, is said to have been killed on the upper reaches of the River Findhorn in the year 1743. According to this story a "black beast", thought to be a wolf, had attacked a woman and two children as they crossed the hills from Calder. So the Laird of Maclntosh arranged a "Tainchel" or gathering, to which all the hunters in the district were summoned, to attempt to drive the wolf from hiding and kill it. A well-known hunter of great reknown named MacQueen was ordered to attend, with his hunting dogs. MacQueen asked questions about the place of the alleged attack and sightings of the wolf, and promised to join the hunt.

On the day chosen Maclntosh and all the hunting men of the district gathered promptly - except for MacQueen, who was conspicuous by his absence. Time passed, and the Laird's temper grew short. At last MacQueen made a casual entrance with his dogs at heel, to be scolded immediately for his lateness by the angry Laird of Maclntosh.

blackdogAs some of you might have noticed I've took of those annoying fly out, so had to find space on my page to put all the the stuff that was in the fly outs, problem number 1, Google Translate has to be at the top of the page, and next to the advert was the prime location for it, but could I get it placed there, no way, tried everything.

The rest was easy to place, just bang them down the bottom of the right hand column, and soon I will have a new menu item for advance search function, but if you really need to search for something right now, scroll down the page a bit and on the right hand column you will find the search bar, its a temporary fix, as I'm really busy with work and socalising right now, I really don't get much free time during the summer months to do anything.

imagesWell yesterday (14th May 2015) started out like any other normal day, got up fed the dogs, did all my housework, you know normal things when you have a day of work, got it all done by lunchtime.

Then just after lunchtime the girl from upstairs came down and said she had locked her self out of her appartment, so like the good neighbours, I gave her my phone to call the landlord, so the landlord said to cut the fly net from the bathroom window and climb through it, so gave her a knife and went upstairs with her, the window is 6 foot of the ground and about 16 inches square, so backdown stairs and get a set of step ladders, back upstairs again and the girl goes up ladder and cuts the fly screen on three sides, then trys to get in the window, not going to happen, us women have certain assest the stop us from squeezing into to tight spaces.

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