Tales of History and Imagination

Eccentric tales from History by Simone Whitlow

Nine: Buried Alive!

April 13th, 2021

This week's Tale is a quick, bonus tale. I’ll be back with proper episodes 21st April. Content warning this episode is all about premature burial – and was first posted Halloween 2020.

You can read the episode here.

Yes, voice is scratchy... someone in my bubble keeps passing round a cold, I've been checked and it is a cold... 
 Also, yes I did ditch on the proposed episode – apologies for that. ‘Ungern's Army’ is recorded, and mixed – but an episode on a monster who killed thousands of Chinese, released days after the shootings in Atlanta ... in the midst of the Sinophobic attacks on Asians in the USA, and elsewhere at present.... well, that monster can wait a while.


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About the Author: Simone Whitlow is an academic, competitive quizzer, songwriter and musician, Like the druid William Price, she hopes - when it’s her time – to be cremated... while we’re on the topic of macabre things like burials.

Transgender, she uses she/her pronouns.

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