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Aradia, or The Gospel of the Witches

Aradia, or The Gospel of the Witches


Aradia is a prominent figure for many Wiccan traditions, as well as other neo-pagan belief systems. Some have revered her as a Moon Goddess, while to others she is the Queen of Witches. First published in 1899 by Charles Leland, and believed to be a collection of religious rites utilized by a coven of pagan witches in Tuscany, The Gospel of Witches holds spells to invoke and conjure Diana,...   [click here for more]
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Crime Classics Blackbeards 14th Wife. Why She Was No Good For Him

Crime Classics Blackbeards 14th Wife. Why She Was No Good For Him (audio product)


A famous pirate gets his. The year is 1714 and the place is the Caribbean. The sound you will hear is a pair of scissors snipping away. The young lady who is using them is trimming her husband's beard. The beard has just been washed to get the blood out of it for a few hours ago he stabbed a few fellows from up close. He had been in a battle and was very vain about his beard. It is a black beard which...   [click here for more]
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Crime Classics: Coyle and Richardson. Why They Hung in a Spanking Breeze

Crime Classics: Coyle and Richardson. Why They Hung in a Spanking Breeze (audio product)


A large, powerful gent of Scotland and his small companion engage in a nautical life of crime. Original release date: 12/30/1953 Total running time: 28:03:00 Author bio: Elliott Lewis was coined "Mr. Radio" for his acting, writing, producing and directing during the Golden Age of Radio. Lewis was proficient in both comedy and drama. Series: Crime Classics A series of true...   [click here for more]
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Crime Classics: How Supan Got The Hook Outside Bombay

Crime Classics: How Supan Got The Hook Outside Bombay (audio product)


Brother vs. brother in old Bombay. A tiger, you know! An announcement is made that TV-Radio Life magazine has named the program, "The finest radio crime series of 1953." Thomas Hyland, connoisseur of crime, student of violence and teller of murders tells another true story of crime. Set in 1856 in India it is listed in Thomas Hyland's files as How Supan Got the Hook Outside Bombay. Original release...   [click here for more]
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Crime Classics: Incredible History of John Shepard

Crime Classics: Incredible History of John Shepard (audio product)


A surprisingly good story of a truly amazing rogue of old England. Maria has just come home from a party dressed to kill. She's come home to discover a robber, the famous John Shepherd who removes Maria's earrings, slowly and her rings. She was face to face with John Shepherd and for the rest of her life she'd have something to talk about… Original release date: 02/03/1954 Total running...   [click here for more]
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Crime Classics: Jean Baptiste Troppman, Killer of Many

Crime Classics: Jean Baptiste Troppman, Killer of Many (audio product)


In 1865 France, a mere youth devises a way to fame and fortune through murder and mayhem. Thomas Hyland, connoisseur of crime, student of violence and teller of murders tells another true story of crime set in France during the reign of Louis Napoleon. It concerns a missing family and several freshly opened graves. It is listed in Thomas Hyland's files as Jean Baptiste Troppmann Killer of Many. Original...   [click here for more]
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Crime Classics: Madeline Smith Maid or Murderess

Crime Classics: Madeline Smith Maid or Murderess (audio product)


A lovely lady is also a liberal user of arsenic. Thomas Hyland, connoisseur of crime, student of violence and teller of murders tells another true story of crime set in Glasgow, Scotland in the year 1857. Original release date: 01/20/1954 Total running time: 28:09:00 Author bio: Elliott Lewis was coined "Mr. Radio" for his acting, writing, producing and directing during the Golden...   [click here for more]
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Crime Classics: The Born Brothers & Hangman. A Study in Nip and Tuck

Crime Classics: The Born Brothers & Hangman. A Study in Nip and Tuck (audio product)


A story set in Rutland, Vermont, 1817. A man dances in the moonlight with the "Little People." Original release date: 01/27/1954 Total running time: 28:33:00 Author bio: Elliott Lewis was coined "Mr. Radio" for his acting, writing, producing and directing during the Golden Age of Radio. Lewis was proficient in both comedy and drama. Series: Crime Classics A series of true...   [click here for more]
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Crime Classics: The Crime of Bathsheba Spooner

Crime Classics: The Crime of Bathsheba Spooner (audio product)


The first show of the series, a summer replacement for "Suspense." The story of the first woman tried and executed in the United States. The script was used as an audition for the series, recorded December 3, 1952. Thomas Hyland, connoisseur of crime, student of violence and teller of murders tells another true story of crime. Here is Thomas Hyland's report to you on Crime Of Bathsheba Spooner the...   [click here for more]
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Deep Cooking

Deep Cooking


Cooking techniques are included in the recipes that will further enhance the flavor of the foods to bring you a more enjoyable dining experience. If the food is not at its best during preparation, the result will suffer. The difference between a chef and a cook is in the scientific method of preparation. These “tricks of the trade” are revealed here in many of the recipes, such as how...   [click here for more]
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H.G. Wells' Floor Games

H.G. Wells' Floor Games


Before Wells wrote Little Wars, he created what some would consider to be a sort of companion book to it. Published in 1912, Floor Games instructs creative children of all ages on some very imaginative activities for rainy days... or even sunny ones. This edition includes the photos from the original publication and faithfully retains the integrity of the antique font. ...   [click here for more]
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Ruthless Advice: Lessons from Machiavelli’s The Prince in a Nutshell

Ruthless Advice: Lessons from Machiavelli’s The Prince in a Nutshell


This pamphlet is a short summary of the leadership lessons from Machiavelli’s The Prince that I wrote as a quick reference for a story. I thought that game masters, authors, strategy gamers and others might find it useful too. There are two sections: the Short Version, which summarizes the book’s lessons by subject, and the Long Version, which provides the lessons by chapter from the original. ...   [click here for more]
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The Enchiridion

The Enchiridion


The Enchiridion, or Hero's Handbook, is an ancient Stoic tome of wisdom, now available in this new, illustrated translation, in modern, conversational English. This 2nd century guide to living the good life consists of 52 timeless lessons, ranging from how to deal with the death of a loved one, to whether or not to catcall women (spoiler: don't). This translation is available as a free PDF, or as...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Blitz Murder Case

Whitehall 1212: The Blitz Murder Case (audio product)


The first show of the series. A visit to the "Black Museum" and an exhibit of teacup fragments. A woman and her companion have been killed with a shotgun. Original release date: 11/18/1951 Total running time: 29:29:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall 1212 was a 1951-1952 crime radio series based on facts. The...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Case of Dr. Duncan Allen

Whitehall 1212: The Case of Dr. Duncan Allen (audio product)


A bottle of The Glenlivet in the Black Museum is the exhibit in a case of stolen uranium! Original release date: 03/09/1952 Total running time: 28:30:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall 1212 was a 1951-1952 crime radio series based on facts. The title is actually derived from the Whitehall 1212 of the Scotland...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Case of The Unidentified Woman

Whitehall 1212: The Case of The Unidentified Woman (audio product)


A woman's stocking is kept in the "Black Museum" as a keepsake of a woman who was struck by a motorcar. However, the woman wasn't killed by the car, she was seen getting into a green van...with a shoe painted on the side. Original release date: 07/20/1952 Total running time: 29:59:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Case of Thomas Applebee

Whitehall 1212: The Case of Thomas Applebee (audio product)


Thomas A'Becket Appleby has been murdered. His Wife Alma is arrested for the crime, but her young lover confesses to the crime. Original release date: 03/16/1952 Total running time: 28:29:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall 1212 was a 1951-1952 crime radio series based on facts. The title is actually derived...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Fournier Case

Whitehall 1212: The Fournier Case (audio product)


A woman's body is found in an old trunk at the Charing Cross railroad station baggage claim. Who killed Mrs. Noami Fornier? Original release date: 12/02/1951 Total running time: 29:29:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall 1212 was a 1951-1952 crime radio series based on facts. The title is actually derived from...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Inoperative Wireless

Whitehall 1212: The Inoperative Wireless (audio product)


A wireless set that was never intended to be operative is in the "Black Museum" because of its involvement with the murder of a bartender with strychnine. Original release date: 09/21/1952 Total running time: 29:29:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall 1212 was a 1951-1952 crime radio series based on facts. The...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Magenta Blotting Pad

Whitehall 1212: The Magenta Blotting Pad (audio product)


A magenta colored blotting paper is on exhibit in the "Black Museum" because of its involvement with a murder in Oxford. A foreign gentleman's poor sister has been killed. Original release date: 07/27/1952 Total running time: 29:58:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall 1212 was a 1951-1952 crime radio series based...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Man Who Murdered His Wife

Whitehall 1212: The Man Who Murdered His Wife (audio product)


A woman's body is found covered with quicklime. Mrs. Hope Russell seems to have been murdered by her husband...but he was really killed by the Luftwaffe! Original release date: 12/16/1951 Total running time: 29:29:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall 1212 was a 1951-1952 crime radio series based on facts. The...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Murder of Duncan Frazier

Whitehall 1212: The Murder of Duncan Frazier (audio product)


Sidney Patterson's body has been found in a burning building. But, he was shot in the back! Mr. Patterson then turns out to be Duncan Frazier! The teeth tell the story. Original release date: 12/09/1951 Total running time: 29:29:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series: Whitehall 1212 Whitehall 1212 was a 1951-1952 crime radio series based...   [click here for more]
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Whitehall 1212: The Winchester Bottles

Whitehall 1212: The Winchester Bottles (audio product)


A "Winchester bottle" is the exhibit in the "Black Museum" associated with the murder of a four year old girl. A set of mysterious fingerprints on the bottle cannot be identified. Scotland Yard decides to fingerprint the entire town of Blackbourne! Original release date: 09/14/1952 Total running time: 29:29:00 Author bio: Wyllis Cooper was an American writer and producer Series:...   [click here for more]
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