Read more about the article The Grant Museum of Zoology, University Street, London
Brains in jars © UCL, GMZ and Matt Clayton

The Grant Museum of Zoology, University Street, London

University College London's Grant Museum is near the main university building (where Jeremy Bentham's Auto Icon is displayed). The museum has jars of lizards, snakes and moles as well as a cloned domestic cat. Travel Darkly took a look inside...

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Read more about the article Père Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetière du Père Lachaise)
Oscar Wilde's Tomb up close. © Sophie Collard

Père Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetière du Père Lachaise)

Père Lachaise Cemetery (Cimetière du Père) is a large city of the dead in Paris. Many famous French, English and American people are buried here, including Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde. We went and took some photographs...

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Lancaster Castle and the Pendle Witches

In August 1612 eleven people were sentenced at Lancaster castle to 'hang until they be dead.' They had been accused and found guilty of witchcraft. Travel Darkly went on the trail of the Pendle Witches visiting Pendle Hill, the Pendle Heritage Centre and Lancaster Castle...

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Read more about the article M Shed, Bristol, England
The human skin book © Katherine Conlon

M Shed, Bristol, England

Boy meets girl, falls in love. Sadly the girl doesn't love the boy back. Boy finds out girl has a new boyfriend and throws a large stone at girl's head. Ends up hanged at Bristol's New Gaol. After his death, the whole affair is documented in a rather grisly book which can be visited at Bristol's M Shed...

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