The Many Lives of Aleister Crowley & The Wizard Battle That Went to Court!
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1w ago
In a post Victorian London, a man was throwing himself into a world which intrigued and terrified him in equal measures. With an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, he soon leant into experiments which would see him trying to twist the world he knew into something more profound, meaningful and worthy of his time on the planet. This pursuit of the otherworldly would see him travel the globe but he always found himself tethered to London, unable to escape its magnetic pull and his pursuit of becoming the most powerful magician to have ever lived came to a head when he ended up having a spell ca ..read more
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Charles Bravo & The Curious Case of the Unsolved Murder Mystery at the Priory
Macabre London Podcast
by Macabre London Podcast
2w ago
In a palatial South London home, a pained scream rang out into the night. As the residents of the home rushed to the aid of the man who had called out, the only thing they could do was watch whilst he writhed in pain. After the maid was sent to grab mustard and hot water to assist his gripe, it was plain to see that he’d been poisoned as his hands helplessly tried to calm his burned throat and everyone in the room knew that whatever happened next would be incredibly painful for him. After 3 agonising days, the man passed away but everyone who was in the house on the night of the poisoning w ..read more
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The Real Reason Victorians Were Obsessed with Death! | Victorian Mourning Practices
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by Macabre London Podcast
1M ago
In the Victorian era in London, the city sat under a black shroud. The capital was in mourning for a lost monarch and its residents were ushered under the wing of sadness to join in with the bereft queen. As this sadness swept the nation, the resulting impact had a strange effect. Pair this with the recent industrial revolution which could make items faster and also had a habit of sending workers to an early grave, a whole industry was created which serviced those who had been touched by deaths’ boney hands or more importantly, those it left behind. Today on Macabre London, we uncover the e ..read more
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No One Wants to Live Here! London's Destroyed Borough That's Sat Derelict for Over a Century
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by Macabre London Podcast
1M ago
At 6:52 on the 19th of January 1917, an event would occur which would change an area of London for decades after, irreparably damaging it. A munitions factory in the heart of the bustling industrial area of Silvertown had hastily replaced the production line of a former caustic soda factory and was now in the hands of people who didn’t know what they were doing with such a dangerous material. With world war one dragging on and driving the country into an ammunition shortage, England created several huge munitions factories to deal with the crises and over the period of 3 years, 3 of them wou ..read more
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The Violent Female Terrorists That The IRA copied! | The EXPLOSIVE Fight To Win The Vote
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by Macabre London Podcast
1M ago
The Suffragettes were far more deadly than you think. These courageous and brave women set about learning how to fight war like men did and then, they beat them at their own game. Often dumbed down in later years, the suffragettes militant campaign was extensive, terrifying and effective. The only thing that stopped these women from winning the vote with violent tactics was a little thing called World War One! Today on Macabre London and our final in this four part series, we uncover the Militancy of the Suffragettes and how they used EXPLOSIVE tactics to win the vote. This is part four in m ..read more
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The Physical Fight For The Vote! SUFFRAGETTES Beaten By POLICE on orders from WINSTON CHURCHILL
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by Macabre London Podcast
1M ago
300 women were penned into parliament square and thrown to the mercy of the male crowd and given the order to "Do with them as they wished" This violent assault lasted 6 hours and unarmed women were beaten, attacked and then arrested all because they wanted their cry of "Votes For Women" to be heard! On part 3 of our Suffragette series we take a look at the bitter battle of Black Friday and the turning point in the campaign to gain the female vote. The 1800's ushered in a new way of life for everyone and the Industrial Revolution wasn't called that just because of the machines. This new reign ..read more
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A Taxidermied Man Helped Women Get the Vote? | The Formation Of The Suffragettes
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by Macabre London Podcast
1M ago
What does a taxidermied man have to do with women getting the vote? Well, as it turns out, quite a lot! The 1800's ushered in a new way of life for everyone and the Industrial Revolution wasn't called that just because of the machines. This new reign of technology heralded in a new era in workers rights or in fact highlighted that...there were none! Pair this with the fact that only 4500 men in England were allowed to vote, this meant working class people had no say in what happened to them and they were angry! However, a new way of thinking was making it's way into parliament and that was bec ..read more
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Is it True -"If The Ravens Leave The Tower, The Kingdom Will Fall" ? | Macabre Mythbusters
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by Macabre London Podcast
1M ago
The place with the most history surrounding it in London is undoubtedly the Tower. This building has many myths and legends assigned to its historic reign over the capital. One of these myths is its feathered friends, the ravens. These majestic birds are said to be the key in keeping the kingdom alive and have been on site for almost 1000 years. The myth behind the famous saying is not entirely known and today we explore just where it may have come from and if there is any truth to it. Today on Macabre London, we uncover the mystery of the Tower Of London's Ravens Thank you to todays sponsor ..read more
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Jealous Actors Rivalry Ends in Murder Whilst Audience Waits | William Terris Adelphi Theatre
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by Macabre London Podcast
1M ago
Two actors met in London but both had quite different backstories. Their friendship soon turned into a bitter jealous rivalry, one which would result in murder, minutes before one of them was to take to the stage. Today on Macabre London, we uncover the murder of William Terris at The Adelphi Theatre. Thank you to todays sponsor The Art Of Crime Podcast - https://www.artofcrimepodcast.com/subscribe ------------------------ Podcast: https://podfollow.com/1180202350 Macabre London is a fortnightly podcast and YouTube show that delves into London's haunted and gruesome history alongside discov ..read more
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Historic Psychics' Predictions For 2024: A Review Of Their 2023 Predictions!
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by Macabre London Podcast
1M ago
2023 was quite the year of weird news so I figured it would be fun to go back over it, month by month to regale some of the stranger stories from the year. Today we round off the best series of the year by taking a look at what the top two historic "Psychics" have to say for themselves when its comes to what will happen in 2024! We also take a look at what i said would happen in 2023 and see if i can continue my winning streak from 2022!! Today's stories from December: Baba Vanga Predictions Nostradamus predictions My Predictions for 2023 review My predictions for 2024 So grab yourself a bev ..read more
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