Phoenician Sun God In Eighteenth Century Ireland? - Beachcombing's Bizarre History Blog

You know the old adage, "When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail"? It's central to an 18th century historian's comeuppance, courtesy of the unwashed masses, for not examining his evidence from every conceivable angle. After you regain your composure, Fortean Ireland tackles Forteana In The Time Of Cholera. Epidemics aren't particularly nice, but neither is the prospect of something nuking County Wexford's New Ross from orbit. (CS)

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