Edward de Vere

Shakespeare and the Burmuda Triangle

BY STEVEN SORA

The survivors of a wrecked craft find themselves on an impossibly remote island. They salvage what they can from the craft and make camp on the beach. On this island, compasses don’t work, strange lights appear and disappear, boars crush through the forest. At least one man would find the new island the clean slate he so badly needed. Most would later regret leaving the island. Sound familiar? Actually, this is not the crash of Oceanic 815 (from the popular ABC series Lost). It is…

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New Pictures Show We Did Land on the Moon, After All In a blow to conspiracy theorists, who say we never went to the moon, NASA has produced new photos of the Apollo 11 lunar landing site. The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) recently flew just 31 miles above the area in question and took pictures which show the TV camera, Lunar Module descent stage, and even Neil Armstrong’s footprints to the Little West crater. Also visible are two parts of the Early Apollo Science Experiments…

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Will the Real William Shakespeare Please Stand Up

By Frank Joseph

Born the son of a glove maker in 1564, William Shakespeare eventually moved to London, where he joined a troupe of actors known as the Lord Chamberlain’s Men at their Globe Theater. Having reached forty-nine years of age, Wil­liam retired with his wife, Anne, and daughter, Judith, to his birthplace at Stratford-upon-Avon, where he died 25 April 1616. That is virtually everything history has to say about a man whose work forms the greatest contribution to Eng­lish-speaking theater. It seems then hardly surprising that questions…

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