Henry VIII Mural Reveals Secret


Henry VIII Mural found in a Somerset home in 2011
Henry VIII Mural found in a Somerset home in 2011

Henry VIII Mural Reveals Secret

“A COUPLE who stumbled across an almost life-size mural of Henry VIII as they redecorated their drawing room have now discovered that the devil is in the detail.

Angie and Rhodri Powell found out that when viewed upside down or through a wine glass, the portrait of the king on his throne is transformed into a vision of Satan, with goat’s eyes and horns.

The mural, found in the couple’s 16th-century home in Milverton, Somerset, in 2011, has already been declared a work of national importance.”

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My Short Hist-Fic Reviews


Jean Plaidy's 'Murder Most Royal' (1949).
Jean Plaidy’s ‘Murder Most Royal’ (1949).

My Short Hist-Fic Reviews

Click on the above link to be taken to my Facebook page where I have filled a folder with Tudor and Wars of the Roses historical fiction that I have reviewed. Within that folder there is also a link to my Goodreads account, so feel free to friend me!

I will keep updating the folder as I read, and there is also a non-fiction folder as well.

Ten Famous Mothers and Daughters

Ten Famous Mothers and Daughters

Three guesses who is at number one!

Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I.


Ten Famous Mothers and Daughters

Three guesses who is at number one!

Anne Boleyn Hever Castle Portrait
Anne Boleyn Hever Castle Portrait

 

Elizabeth I Darnley Portrait 1575
Elizabeth I Darnley Portrait 1575

Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I.