Russian 'grave robber made dolls from girls' corpses' 9 November 2011Last updated at 14:48 Dolls were dressed in grave clothes A suspected grave robber in the central Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod is said by police to have made 29 life-size dolls from mummified female corpses. Local historian and cemetery explorer Anatoly Moskvin, 45, was arrested last week by police investigating a spate of grave desecrations in the area. The brightly dressed dolls, their faces and limbs covered in cloth, were found in his flat and garage, police said. It was not clear whether each doll contained a set of human remains. Police are now trying to establish the identity of the mummified remains. They said they had been investigating "numerous" grave desecrations in cemeteries in and around Nizhny Novgorod since last year. Footprints Video released by police on their website shows the dolls seated on shelves or sofas, in small rooms stacked with books and papers. No actual bones are apparent in the footage and some of the faces are covered by masks.
Red Bull Soapbox Race UK Monday 01. June 2015 With so many brilliant applications for this years Red Bull Soapbox Race the competition was tough and a number of entrants didn’t make the final grid. However, BP wanted to turn the fortunes of one special team, with their exclusive offer to give one of their consumers the last spot in the Red Bull Soapbox Race! With details of the competition featuring in BP garages around the country, entrants were required to fulfil the same Soapbox application process to be considered for the BP ‘last spot’. “The whole team have always loved watching the various Red Bull Soapbox Races from around the world on TV, so when I saw the opportunity to enter the race through the BP Last Spot competition, I was instantly excited that this could be our way into the race! “As soon as I received the call from Red Bull Soapbox team that BP had chosen our entry, we set about the final designs and telling pretty much everyone I knew that we had made the cut!
Wikisource, the free library 9 secrets and little known things about the London Tube It isn’t just really expensive and subject to delays. There’s more to the London Underground system that meets the eye. It is is one of the oldest and biggest metro systems in the world, with lots of quirks and even its own commuter etiquette. So naturally it’s become a place of intrigue, mystery and secrets. To this day, we are still discovering new or lost things about it, including ghost stations such as Southwark Park earlier this year. Here are nine other secrets and little known things about our beloved London Underground. 1) There are 40 estimated disused stations That’s TfL’s estimation anyway. 2) TfL is trying to turn some of them into bars Imagine drinking your favourite martini in a place that used to be an Underground station. They announced their intention earlier this year to start turning disused stations into attractions such as theatres, shops, restaurants and bars. 3) Aldwych station has been used in films and music videos Aldwych station is a popular location.
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Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary,Arunachal Pradesh Wildlife Sanctuary,Arunachal Pradesh Wildlife Sanctuaries State : Arunachal Pradesh, the north eastern state of India. Best Time to Travel : November to February.Locate : The sanctuary is located at the Dibang Valley of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Know the Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary in Arunachal Pradesh Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary is located to the northeast of Anini the headquarters of the Upper Dibang Valley district in Arunachal Pradesh. Journey to Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary Airport : The nearest Airport is Dibrugarh which has regular flight connection to New Delhi and Kolkata by Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and Sahara Airways. Railhead : Tinsukia is the nearest railway station, from where you can pick a bus to the sanctuary. Road Transport : Anini, the headquarters of the Upper Dibang Valley district is connected to Roing, the gate way to Dibang valley by regular bus and taxi services. Staying near Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary Circuit House and PWD Inspection Bunglow are available for the tourists in Arunachal Pradesh.
Internet Archive Hidden London Hidden London is excited to offer tours in 2016 for the following locations; Important information Age restrictions: Children under 16 years of age are not permitted onto the tours due to health and safety restrictions.Clothing: Visitors must wear flat sturdy shoes. Guests wearing open toe sandals, shoes or high-heels will be refused entry due to a health and safety requirements.Terms and Conditions: T&Cs for each tour, including arrival instructions, health and safety requirements and ticketing, are available on the individual tour pages and will also be sent via email with your tickets.Priority Booking: Priority booking is offered to members of LTM Friends society and LTM newsletter subscribers. Please note that due to the limited number of tickets available priority booking does not guarantee ticket purchase. Upon purchase, you will receive your ticket(s) via email to the email address you provided. Shop Tours offers *On the door price. Further information
Gnome Stew: GMing Geist I was offered the chance to write a GMing article about White Wolf’s upcoming Geist: The Sin Eaters RPG, and I jumped at that chance. Geist is one of the games I’ve been looking forward to most this year, and I’m excited to check it out — and share it with you — a month before it’ll be available in stores. I got a free PDF copy of the full retail game (pictured to the right; here’s a larger cover) from White Wolf, and they made just one request: Don’t share anything about Manifestations, the Twilight Network, the Underworld chapter, and Ceremonies. I don’t need to address those sections to talk about running Geist, so you’re not missing out. So how would you go about GMing Geist? Want to know more? (In conjunction with this preview, I recommend checking out the free Geist quickstart PDF, which you can download directly from White Wolf.) Where I’m Coming From Over the past few years, the new World of Darkness system (nWoD) has become my favorite set of roleplaying rules. Geist = Wraith? 1.
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