Walking Through History: Thurstaston Tor

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Walking Through History: Thurstaston Tor

Editor here: The purpose of the November 'Holes in History' project, besides allowed our writers to stretch their imaginations a bit, was to see what we could find out about people who lived in the past, often in the same places where we live now. FWR explored his home turf, the Wirral peninsula, and found astonishing things about that place's dark past. (He found out Joseph Conrad was right.) You can read The Chase, which is a very adventurous tale set in a real past. And now, you can see the pictures!

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