Iron masks, sunglasses and other evidence of torture
- Life & Style
- September 10, 2013, 01:00
I was in an English castle one day during August, and a big wobbly jelly of a woman in the museum was examining instruments of torture. She had two yo(...)
Arigna project tracks history of every household in the former mining valley
- Irish News
- July 27, 2013, 01:37
On April 11th, 1838, Patrick William Cullen, a farmer from the Arigna valley in Co Roscommon, set foot on Sydney soil in leg irons, having been senten(...)
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